This weeks Perfect Pallete from Cassie is all about using yellow tones with other colors.  I’m usually not a big *mustard* fan but this option is super pretty!  I also love the bottom bed.  It’s such a great use of  a bed frame and I love how elevated it is above the pretty flooring.  Lovely finds Cassie!

Image 1 & 2.

Don’t forget to check out my tips over on The Veda House.

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Jun

2012

I am loving this weeks Perfect Pallet from Cassie.  The blue tones are subtle in each room but make such great statements.  I also love grey paired with blue with moments of salmon and red.  Pretty!!

Image 1 & 2.

Don’t forget to check out my tips over on The Veda House.

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May

2012

This weeks Perfect Pallet from Cassie is al about those pretty jeweled tones.  I’m loving how the reds, pinks and purples flow seamlessly together!  And that blue?  Lovely.

Don’t forget to check out my tips over on The Veda House.

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May

2012

Here is another spot on Perfect Pallet from Cassie.  She is showing us how un-scary deep, rich colors can be.  And when pairing them with the right textures and fabrics, it becomes a beautiful thing!

Don’t forget to check out my tips over on The Veda House.

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Apr

2012

I am IN LOVE with Cassie’s palette choices this week!  So fresh and springy.  She did a great job pairing the pastels with one or more bold colors to create a beautiful color contrast.  Gorgeous!

Head over to the Veda House to see my Insider’s Tips.

Images via Livet Hemma and The Design Files.

 

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Apr

2012

I am adoring these fun color palettes, created by the lovely Cassie!  It’s the unexpected schemes that create such fun environments.

Find my Insider’s Tips over on The Veda House.

Images via Note To Self and Skarp.

 

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Mar

2012

Another gorgeous example of the perfect palette. This week it’s spring inspired.

I’ve been feeling quite springy so I chose some color palettes that have a bit of pop to them.- Cassie

Don’t forget to head over to The Veda House today for some styling tips and suggestions from me.

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13

Mar

2012

I am so thrilled to announce that I am welcoming a contributor here to Simply Grove!  Every other Tuesday Cassie from The Veda House will show us beautiful and unusual color palettes.  It’s a hard task pairing more than 2 colors in a space so we want to spark ideas and creativity in you by introducing you to multi color combinations.

If you haven’t already seen The Veda House, you are in for a treat.  Cassie, a graphic designer and web designer (with a fantastic portfolio), has created such an inspiring site for designers and lovers of design.  I appreciate her eye and her interpretation of design.  So without further adieu, I give you Cassie!

Hi There Simply Grove readers! This is Cassie from The Veda House and I’m so excited to be introducing my new bi-monthly feature on Kirsten’s lovely blog. If you’re visiting her space you must love interior design, styling, and of course…color! I’m obsessed with color and love playing around with color swatches until I find that perfect combination. The fun part about color is that it is everywhere and there is no need to be an interior designer/graphic designer to appreciate a good color combo. Play around and have some fun. The most unexpected color combinations are usually the ones the stop you in your tracks. 
This week’s color combinations work well on their own, but oddly enough I think they’d work perfectly in the same home (imagine adjoining rooms). The red/orange/and pink color combination can be a little frightening to those afraid of something bold, but when paired with a neutral (such as gray or white), it’s magical. If you’re scared to take the plunge, start small and work your way up to something a little more dramatic.

 

Until next time…

Isn’t Cassie great?!  Head over to The Veda House to see some styling suggestions and tips from me.  I will be over there every Tuesday that Cassie is here on Simply Grove.  Collaborations are the best!

Images via here and here.

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