By now, when Spring rolls around, we’re used to tones of pink, yellow, and blue pastels. While these shades are beautiful, nonetheless, seeing pastels for spring are just like seeing florals for spring, and as the great Miranda Priestly once said “Florals for spring? Groundbreaking.“
Our first stop on our Spring inspiration trek is old world Europe. We’re totally in love with these subtle grey and blue tones while the taupe brings a hint of warmth, just like summer arriving after spring.
The next stop on our inspiration journey keeps some of our initial neutral tones, but brings in vivid green and blue hues. The colors are reminiscent of spring foliage against a blue sky and tame enough to remind us of a wilderness venture, all while keeping us warm and cozy at home.
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Our last stop includes the ambient hues of a desert sunset. When you think of this palette, don’t simply think of the tans of desert sands and green cacti. Think also of the pinks and blues that illuminate the evening sky.
Brittany Krupnik is a real estate investor, designer and home stager. She creates spaces where life can be enjoyed - whether that is reimagining a space and bringing it back to life through flipping, helping someone envision themselves and the life they can have in a new home through staging or designing a vacation rental that serves as the backdrop for families and friends to create memories.
Brittany has staged over 500 homes and designed over 250 homes. When she is not designing, you can find her reading, traveling or trying out a new restaurant. She lives in Tempe, Arizona with her husband and 3 kids.
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