The colors of the great outdoors go together naturally and can be a fertile source for palettes. But with a world of so many greens and blues out there, how can you possibly decide which hues to use?
Instead of trying to match swatches to blades of grass, let a painted landscape be your guide. Leave it to the painter to select their vision of nature’s aquamarines, indigos, and golds.
The painting can inspire your accents as well as your colors. This glassy vase not only brings in the landscape’s blues and greens, but also echoes the reflective pond surface. The leafy lotus candles float on the counter like the painting’s flowering irises. The wooden soap dish and chestnut bird finish off the look with a nod to the whimsical flooded birdhouse.