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THE COLORFUL DOWNTOWN NYC HOME OF TILTON FENWICK'S SUYSEL DEPEDRO CUNNINGHAM — www.stylebeatblog.com

THE COLORFUL DOWNTOWN NYC HOME OF TILTON FENWICK'S SUYSEL DEPEDRO CUNNINGHAM

THE COLORFUL DOWNTOWN NYC HOME OF TILTON FENWICK'S SUYSEL DEPEDRO CUNNINGHAM — www.stylebeatblog.com

white / brown / blue / green living room, wood / stone fireplace {love everything about this}

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white / brown / blue / green living room, wood / stone fireplace {love everything about this}

Interior Designer Skip Sroka's vintage McCoy pottery collection displayed on floor-to-ceiling shelves.

Interior Designer Skip Sroka's vintage McCoy pottery collection displayed on floor-to-ceiling shelves.

Use the 60-30-10 Rule  Look at rooms in Designers' Portfolio. You'll notice that the rooms you like the most are almost invariably divided into percentages of 60-30-10. So, when decorating a particular room, divide the colors into percentages:  60% of a dominant color, typically walls  30% of a secondary color, upholstery  10% of an accent color, an accent piece or a floral arrangement

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Use the 60-30-10 Rule Look at rooms in Designers' Portfolio. You'll notice that the rooms you like the most are almost invariably divided into percentages of 60-30-10. So, when decorating a particular room, divide the colors into percentages: 60% of a dominant color, typically walls 30% of a secondary color, upholstery 10% of an accent color, an accent piece or a floral arrangement

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