48 Ceiling Fan With Light, Once I had the perfect green, I needed something to go with it. For accents, a few lavender and plum pieces might be great but what about the trim and the ceilings. Purple would look like something from the 60's, a time I loved but would prefer to leave in the past. White is always a good choice but white can be so . . .well, white. What I found was a white with a slightly warm yellow undertone. A cool green and a warm white? That does not sound like something a Homes and Garden decorator would choose. But you know what -- they looked fantastic next to each other. And when the ceilings and trim were painted and the walls finished, my living room, dining room and kitchen (I couldn't stop at two rooms) really did look like something from one of those magazines.
As a photographer and artist, I wanted something to really make the walls pop, so I picked a large photograph from my collection. It's called "Heaven's Diamonds"; it's a simple photo of leaves taken right after a rainshower.48 Ceiling Fan With Light The large raindrops left on the leaves look like Harry Winston's finest 10 carats. The kitchen - well, I couldn't find anything, so I painted a pastel piece of a basket on a riverbank. The basket held a loaf of bread, a bottle of wine and a half-full glass,some cheese and a corkscrew. I don't drink but the painting looked good so what the heck?