There are over 16,000 paint colors to choose from. No wonder you are overwhelmed. You need Color Confidence.
Color gives you the biggest bang for your decorating buck. But the wrong color or color shade can be an expensive mistake.
Linda is your personal
Color Confidence Coach.
Color has a huge impact on how you feel in a room. But…
- What looks great on a paint chip, can be overwhelming on your walls.
- What looks good at the paint store, can be jolting in your home.
- What looks soft and pastel in the paint can, looks colorless and gray on your walls.
Linda Varone finds the right color and shade to insure your success.
Working with Linda you have the best of color psychology and interior design knowledge and experience to create a room, home or office to fit your lifestyle, taste and needs.
A color consultation with Linda Varone will:
- Identify your favorite colors and the color-feeling you want to experience in a room.
- Coordinate paint colors with your furniture, woodwork and artwork.
- Help you identify paints for harmonious room-to-room color transitions.
- Work with colors from several brands of paint for the best selection.
- Inform you about the newest in paint technology.
Linda’s Guiding Principles of Color:
- The Master Colorist is Mother Nature – avoid synthetic-looking colors.
- Colors used on home improvement shows are for dramatic reveals, not to create a room that feel comfortable.
- Color and light (natural and artificial) interact. The quality of light in a room will affect how a color looks. This is why the paint color looks different on your walls than it did in the paint store. This is called “metamerism.”
- Therefore, always select your wall colors in the room you are going to paint – never at the paint store.
- Work with colors you love, rather than what is “in style” or deemed “correct”.
Bring an exciting topic and inspiring speaker to your organization.
Linda speaks to associations and organizations on how to use and choose color, color psychology and color theory. To learn more about Linda Varone’s presentations on color click here.