I used to be a "neutral girl." Yep, you heard it! A N-E-U-T-R-A-L girl!
I wasn't into colors and anything that didn't match perfectly. (Well, I was into colors in 7th grade when I decided to make my bedroom a rainbow room).
However, with age (clearing throat), I have learned to value the charm of furniture that does not match.
As well as patterns that are unexpected. (Chekerboards, polka-dots, stripes, etc.).
Everything doesn't need to be solid these days.
Thank God for that! What a bore I was!
Things do not need to match, be perfect, or beautiful, or order to make sense or be captivating.
As a matter a fact, the ability to match what would to the average eye, seem "unmatchable," is quite a skill.
A good example of this, is the photo of the lamp above.
The colors match, the patterns do not.
There is a sense of romance here, don't you think?
A lamp such as this one in my new bedroom (which I am in the process of designing now), would be... perfect!
What do you think? Love it? Hate it? Or in between?
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