As the home columnist for Wacoan magazine, I’m psyched to share my insights and ideas about interior design and home decor each month. Here’s an excerpt from my current column, “The New Neutrals: Form Takes Center Stage When Color is Absent”. Read the full article over at Wacoan.com, and check out the full article archive here.
I’ve got a confession to make:
While I adore color, I don’t hate beige as much as you may think. My website proudly states that I “transform boring beige spaces into kickass colorful homes that are livable, delightful, and unexpected.” My newest free downloadable guide is filled with tips to banish beige and create a colorful, personality-filled home. And yet, I’m the first to acknowledge that beige certainly does have its place. White walls can be a thing of minimalist beauty. And neutrals, when used correctly, are anything but boring. In fact, they can be sophisticated, cozy and just plain chic.