Rooms and furniture in Sepia tones
Hi you. Normally I remember every anniversary or special date, but my six year blog anniversary came and went in early January and I completely forgot to mention it. So thank you all for brightening my days with your emails and comments letting me know you're there and reading. I cannot tell you how much it touches my heart to hear from you.
What is it about faded colors that is so appealing? I like when they crash into one another and the colors that emerge are ambiguous and don't have a name. Case in point, the end-of-summer hydrangea. The once vibrant pinks and blues meld and purples and paler shades take over. Faded jeans that are white in places and indigo in others are another example. I love that. So, it makes sense that I've been noticing shades of sepia – or that's what I'm calling it – in interiors. I'm drawn to the barely-there ,warm, weathered around the edge-ness of it all.