I like to joke that I have the "color sense of a tween girl." My favorite colors and combinations are various shades of pink, red, orange, and coral, and I'm not shy about it. (The interior doors in my house are painted in Sherwin Williams' "Dishy Coral," for a start. My living room rug is bright red. And notice the colors in my logo.) But those colors can be sophisticated, not just youthful. For example, this print from Anthropologie, "Modern Garden 1." It's coral, with color-blocked abstract plants in pink, red, reddish-purple, and a touch of golden yellow. The print is not tiny, at 42"H x 32"W, and if you, like me, aren't shy about color, it might be perfect for you.
Modern Garden 1 Framed Print, Anthropologie, $648 (Affiliate link)
Perhaps it's obvious to use pink and red in a February mood board, but how about that green? Here in Georgia, we've had unseasonably warm weather recently, and this green is to show how close we are to spring. Green is a great foil to pink (and to purple!)
Here are a few links to where you can buy some of the items from the mood board, so you can put some of this February mood into your life! (I may receive affiliate payments from these links.)
Wendi doesn't just write about new furniture and window treatments and such. Watch this space for interesting vintage finds, DIY projects, and more!
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