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CONVERSATONS ON COLOR by Letitia Little

                                                     GLAMOROUS GRAY, A CASUAL CLASSIC

Sophisticated, classic Gray. It’s a versatile and flattering color; looks good in formal interiors as well as casual ones. Gray is the new neutral and complements many different colors. Shown here with refreshing spring green.

This contemporary grouping of the dark geometric console, simple glass lamps with gray shades and minimalistic gray artwork, wouldn’t be quite as exciting without the subtle touches of green.

Spring green linen adds a touch of whimsy to the zinc velveteen, grey silk plaid and polyester floral print fabrics from Kravet and Duralee.

Handsome Tuxedo sofa with tufted back from Duralee Furniture looks smart paired with the white lacquered console from Century. The transitional styling fits into contemporary or transitional interiors.

This drum chandelier all in white, from Crystorama, is the newest look in chandeliers for casual classic dining rooms. Cover this triangle backed occasional chair from Duralee in the lime green linen and listen to it sing.

Love these silver gray mint julep cups with the artichokes added for fun! Put them on the white console table for a real pop of color.

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BOLD COLOR TRANSFORMS A SMALL SPACE

The “copper” wall in this living room, designed by Letitia, makes a bold statement and provides contrast to the artwork and furnishings. The art is the color source for the design and provides a “reason” for the copper painted wall. The remaining colors in the art, the gray, taupe, and green, are used in the curtain panels, chairs, loveseat. The Transitional style of the chairs, loveseat and tables is “open” and “light” and gives the room an updated feel. The gold, glass bubble lamps add a contemporary touch which is unexpected. Accessories, pillows and fabrics provide lot of texture. End tables in espresso finish add additional contrast. The bold wall gets your attention and the comfortable, neutral furniture invites you in. The room feels spacious because the bold color is used only on one wall. The whole room has a sense of balance and harmony.

Letitia little is a licensed, awrd winning interior designer in Minneapolis, MN. Visit www.letitialittle.com for more info.

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