Tag Archives: color

Let It Snow

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Black, brown and greens for the Holidays
a very chic Holiday taboo
That evokes the richness of well worn leather
and memories of gingerbread, hot cocoa and licorice
the crystal will definitely shine a little brighter
with this toasty palette

Classic and warm

Click on pictures to link to originating sites
for a wealth of Holiday Inspiration

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Fresh Bunches from the Magnolia Company
Live and cut fresh everyday
there’s still time!!

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Love this, super elegant wrap
by Carolyne Roehm from Habitually Chic

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Orient inspired ornaments
from House of Fraser UK

.Pinecone Topiary

Oh, Miss Mustard Seed
you have the nicest ideas for Christmas

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Amazing wrap ideas from babbel

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Super cute reindeer and bowl | Pottery Barn

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Campaign Glitter Tress | Pottery Barn

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Pine Cone Topiary | Pottery Barn

and many thanks to the Glamorous Housewife
for Let It Snow chalkboard art

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Inspired By Owl

Inspired by owl’s house london

Antwerp House in Blue/Grey

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John Locke’s model of the human mind suggested that ideas associate withone another and that a string in the mind can be struck by a resonant idea. Therefore, inspiration was a somewhat random but wholly natural association of ideas and sudden unison of thought. Additionally, Lockean psychology suggested that a natural sense or quality of mind allowed persons to see unity in perceptions and to discern differences in groups. This “fancy” and “wit,” as they were later called, were both natural and developed faculties that could account for greater or lesser insight and inspiration in poets and painters.

Whether it be Fancy or Wit
Color schemes were on my list today
thanks Owl for the inspiration!

Antwerp House

Vairation Antwerp House

Capturing the e-notion of color

This is too cool, besides it’s a steal at $9.99
Redefining the Fun da mental way we work…

Capturing the notion of a color with a portable color studio.

On July 11th, Pantone unveiled two new mobile applications to support the evolving needs of today’s designer – myPANTONE for Android and myPANTONE 2.0 for the iPhone.

myPANTONE for Android brings Pantone’s popular iPhone application for capturing, creating and sharing PANTONE Color Palettes to the Android platform – giving graphic, digital, multimedia, fashion, interior and industrial designers access to more than 13,000 PANTONE Colors wherever they go, whenever they find inspiration.

myPANTONE 2.0 for iPhone incorporates feedback from more than 80,000 Pantone fans to extend the functionality of the original myPANTONE application. The app includes several enhanced features, including color calibration tools to improve the appearance of Pantone colors on screen, CMYK support for Pantone Plus Series Colors, access to ICC color-managed values, and the ability to print color palettes straight from the iPhone.

Each color swatch in the myPANTONE for Android application includes sRGB, HTML and L*a*b* values. myPANTONE for Android also automatically generates a variety of harmonious color combinations. Additionally, invaluable cross-referencing color capabilities make it simple for users to find similar colors among the various PANTONE Color Libraries. For example, users can identify the PANTONE FASHION + HOME Color that most closely matches any PANTONE PLUS Color.

myPANTONE for Android takes advantage of Android’s built-in camera to let the user capture whatever inspires them. Colors can be extracted from any photo stored on the Android and matched to the closest PANTONE Colors.

Once created, users can share color palettes by email with their friends, colleagues and clients. Color palettes can be sent as PANTONE Color Chips, or as swatch files that can be used in Adobe Creative Suite (.ase) and QuarkXPress. Designers can also share their color palettes by automatically posting notification of new palettes to Facebook or by sending them to the Pantone website.

A look at the new myPantone iPhone application from Pantone for TidBITS, the Macintosh journal..

 

 

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