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August 02, 2010

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Peggy Long

What a wonderful concept, which speaks to all of us. Change in our life and how you made the change easier with color. Building color confidence even for the reader. Thank you for letting us into your life, your home and your bedrooms! LOVE IT.

Peggy

What a wonderful concept, which speaks to all of us. Change in our life and how you made the change easier with color. Building color confidence even for the reader. Thank you for letting us into your life, your home and your bedrooms! LOVE IT.

g

What a great question, because it's NEVER about a color no-no, it's about color combo no-no's! Just like an evening sunset, you can have yellow among the glory of purple reds, and dusky purples...the question is where should the stroke of yellow be on the canvas? My daughter does have beautiful golden yellow sheets. With Twilight and Damask, yellows like Devine Sand, Maple, Teak can be splashed all over the room! see about our yellows:http://www.devinecolorblog.com/about-our-yellows/

Let me know if you follow down this path and how your journey ends!

Harasen

I LOVE the combo you youngest daughter came up with - Devine Twilight and Devine Damask. Is there a Devine yellow that would go with them, or would that be a no-no?

g

Girl after my own heart!

Jody Haagenson

Love this posting -- I will start making change paint brush in one hand roller in the other.

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