#1 Reason To Avoid The Perfect Color Match
I usually understand customer’s decorating concerns, but this one is bigger, more troublesome.
“I need to find accessories to match this color of blue,” a lady in the shop said as she waved a fabric sample in the air.
“How about this candlestick,” I offered.
“It’s not quite the right shade,” she said. “The fabric is a wee-bit darker.”
“What about this vase?” I asked.
“No, it’s a tad off, much too bright,” she said.
I’d been down this road before with customers who want the perfect color match.
But I’ll tell you a secret: The #1 reason to avoid perfection in decorating:
Mixing shades and hues adds interest to a room.