In a room with verdant views of the outdoors, a simple gray, blue and white palette emphasize the room’s connection to nature.
Gray may be everywhere in contemporary design, but the winning combination of subtle shades in a very tight palette should make you feel at ease in a monochromatic mix of neutrals.
A touch lighter than most other shades of gray, warm grays make for a great backdrop for everything from classic works of art to bold contemporary compositions, allowing the artwork to determine the room’s color palette. Danielle Jacques Designs selection of soft warm tones in area rugs from Organic Looms balances the cool colors in the fabrics in this Paradise Valley Designer Show House.
Danielle’s palette works beautifully with bold accent colors like hot fuchsia. Striking a balance between warm and cool colors is important for interiors, and the walls and floor coverings in warm gray, paired with the cool tones of the textured sofa from Pacific Manufacturing does the balancing act quite well. Resulting in a low-key luxe style that’s easy to live with.
Some would label me a ‘Transcendent Visual Story Teller,’ others would say I’m a ‘Courageous Creator,’ but I believe it is all just amazing forms of art that evoke my passion for design.
Through my interior decorating, I am insanely committed to empowering my clients to own their greatness and live a life they are completely obsessed with, in a home they absolutely love.
My journey began as a student in this design work over two decades ago, working for big box stores. While the design success I was attracting was everything I had thought I had ever wanted, I knew, deep down, there was something missing in my life. I wanted my legacy to be one of contribution, creativity, collaboration, and love; I wanted to create interiors’ that mattered, and I wanted to inspire others to step into their own personal greatness, share the love that they are, and truly SHINE through my design.
Credit: Simon Photographic
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