Tracey McConnachie

Tracey McConnachie

Tracey McConnachie
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Color palette

DYT Type 1 - bright, light, fun looks higher contrast in this picture but not as bold as Type 4 colors in reality

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Front yard fence idea [link not working] - I want a front fence but probably need to do something not so solid since I am on a corner.

Not handy enough for this to be a DIY project. It's probably just easier to replace the chain link fence, but interesting idea to make a wood fence from your old chain link one.

Not handy enough for this to be a DIY project. It& probably just easier to replace the chain link fence, but interesting idea to make a wood fence from your old chain link one.

Horizontal slats on Modern Fence  | Flickr - amy stoddard

replaced the piece of paper with written on it with these beautiful house numbers from design within reach. we purcahsed black Neutra House Numbers in Aluminum. From Design Within Reach.

Backyard Ideas On A Budget - Bing Images

(herb garden idea) Got Pallets? Don't feel like turning up a bunch of grass? Use a pallet as a garden bed - staple garden cloth on the backside of the pallet fill with dirt and start growing! Courtesy of: Backyard Diva

First Row (left to rt.):  Quietude by Sherwin Williams & Rainwashed by Sherwin Williams   Middle Row (left to rt): Tidewater by Sherwin Williams & Repose Gray by Sherwin Williams    Last Row (left to rt): Thunder by Benjamin Moore & Escarpment by Benjamin Moore

Top row/left to right: Sherwin-Williams "Quietude", Sherwin-Williams "Rainwashed"; Middle row/left to right: Sherwin-Williams "Tidewater", Sherwin-Williams "Repose Gray"; Bottom row/left to right: Benjamin Moore "Thunder", Benjamin Moore "Escarpment"

Sherwin Williams 2015

Favorite colors from the 2015 paint color forecasts from the paint companies. Examples of rooms painted in the forecasted colors. The Creativity Exchange. Wow no reds/ boring on contrast.but pretty colors! Been using them for over 12 years!

living room colors? for-the-home

Grey and blue color pallet. If I ever have a baby boy (in the far, far away future when I meet Mr. Right) this would be a great color pallet to use