Monday, August 20, 2007

Harvest Color Redux





Looking more like candy corn than fallen leaves, the addition of white gives traditionally fall hues a fresh look.

From Top:
Autumnal reds and golds get a kick of white from cowhide chairs and a mid century table in the Connecticut home of Bruce Glickman and Wilson Henley (from Elle Decor).

Harvest tones are featured in stationary and desktop accessories from Thomas Paul.

In Atlanta, A John LaHuis painting echos gold, white, and brown (from Atlanta Peach Magazine).

7 comments:

patriciagrayinc.com said...

I love the top image. This room has such a comfortable lived in feeling.

Brilliant Asylum said...

I agree Patricia. There is such a good layering of styles and textures in this one.

Lyn Spataro said...

I don't know if it's the feel of fall coming on or that I'm drawn to warmer tones naturally. i really like the mix of colors and textures here. so warm and welcoming.

Brilliant Asylum said...

Thanks Lyn. I think this palette reflects the change in sunlight around this time of year.

The Peak of Chic said...

Candy corn! That's a good description! I do love that top image- very charming and warm :)

Fairfax said...

I just scored a bunch of Thomas Paul accessories at a clearance place in Baltimore... WOW!

J's Crew said...

I adore that top room!!!