Finding the perfect palette for every room in your house is simple with a few easy, no-nonsense tricks. Colour and paint guru Eve Ashcraft, author of the recently-released The Right Color, shares her advice on how to do it right
To create the right colour palette, start by observing objects that mean something to you. It might be a work of art, a souvenir, or a piece of fabric: "Every single thing we put our hands on is a colour, and we make decisions based on colour whether we're in tune with that or not," Ashcraft says. When you're flipping through magazines or surfing the web, make note of which colours catch your eye - you may be surprised that a certain unexpected shade keeps jumping out.
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