In Defense of: Organizing Books by Color
No, this post isn’t intended as an invitation for a full-on throwdown in the comments section (entirely). I’m just feeling feisty today, and decided that it might be fun to play the devil’s advocate on that most controversial of design decisions: organizing books by color.Whether you love it, hate it, or just love to hate it, if you’re a design fan then you’ve definitely noticed the trend toward color-coded bookshelves in recent years.
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As an earthy shade, warm red-browns work well year round - especially paired with wood and copper. This room is painted in Dulux Devils Backbone and Kuratau.
Another winner from the recent Dulux Colour Awards - Phamily Kitchen in Melbourne. We love this gorgeous pink and blue combination! Get the look with Dulux Santorini, Dulux Antique White and Dulux Ice Vovo on the ceiling. (Winner: Commercial Interior Public Spaces & Hospitality - Mathew van Kooy)
Flowers are the easiest way to brighten up a space and add colour to a room. Place bunches of hand-picked flowers in old jars and milk bottles for a rustic look.