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As a Member of International Association of Color Consultants, I have studied color from a theoretical perspective. Designers are trained to apply universal principles of design to a particular setting, taking into account the personal taste of the client.

I also have the practical experience of mixing color in fine arts classes. The only way to learn how to make a beautiful gray out of complimentary, secondary and tertiary colors is through trial and error. I've found that the same principles which guide color application in the fine arts are also relevant to interior design. Many harmonious art pieces, such as the ones pictured below, are balanced in contrasts such as warm and cool, dull and bright, and light and dark. 

Warm Poplars painting   Cool Poplars painting
A warm version of Monet’s ‘Poplars’   A cool version of Monet’s ‘Poplars’
     

 

 

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Jess Nichol, License # 908899, Forestville, CA
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