Randolph’s Dusk to Dawn

Name: Randolph
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah
Type of Home: single family home

Color Inspiration: When I was little I used to stare at old black and white photographs and try to imagine what the colors had been. When I grew up I found I liked to stare at white walls and try to imagine what the colors should be.

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autumn day

Color Inspiration continued: Every room in my house is saturated with color. The dining room is my favorite room, though, both because it’s the most dramatic and because the interaction of light with the rich, orange paint causes the color to change literally by the hour, from dusk to dawn.

The color palette of the dining room was inspired by a water color still life featuring an orange tea pot, a light blue vase and a red apple resting on white lace, arranged on a black table.

Colors Used: Sherwin Williams Gold Crest

Color Tip: In each room I start with a simple pallet, such as two complimentary colors, and let it evolve organically over time. This helps the color in a room seem genuine and unregimented.

(Image credit: Apartment Therapy)
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