If, like me,while watching various HGTV programs, you are shouting
“You’ve got to be kidding…” at the television ,
try Man Shops Globe on the Sundance Channel.
It is a breath of fresh air and inspiration.
Keith Johnson , an international buyer for Anthropologie, takes viewers along on his shopping travels.
The segment above, set in Australia, was an eye opener for me on color.
The designer Johnson visits in the segment, designs color palettes for a paint company by creating a storyboard.
The pictures, items,or found objects she has clustered on her storyboard-telling her story- in turn indicate the colors for her new paint palette.
I thought that was brilliant.
Picking paint colors is a horrible, slippery slope.
I have stood in various paint stores in front of a gazillion paint swatches while my brain
I have been thinking about letting go of my yellow walls, but then I have a
about the trauma I experienced in settling on that yellow (Banana Cream).
As I write this, it occurs to me that this is clearly an unhealthy union.
instead of heading to the paint store, I am going to create a storyboard instead out of
I can think of a story…