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Traditional Home Magazine, Color and Rebecca Ray Designs

Posted on March 24, 2014 by Rebecca | 1 comment

Traditional Home Magazine and Rebecca Ray Designs have a lot in common in April's issue of the magazine!!  On page 34 of The Color issue, the editors of this venerable arbitrator of timeless home design feature pops of Rebecca Ray color with the Maryann Duffel in yellow, the Camryn Bag in navy and two of our brightest colored moc-croc Bit Cuffs, orange and cobalt.  We are so delighted to be included in the pages of Traditional Home; it is a lovely benchmark moment for us. 

 

Certainly, our faithful followers know that color plays a tremendous role in everything that we do here at Rebecca Ray Designs.  I've certainly never been one to shy away from color, which breathes life, depth and excitement into everything we create.  Our signature Maryann Tote in Orange is known as one of our most popular pieces. We continue to push the unusual and vibrant color barriers of fashion every day.  In fact, years ago, I singlehandedly got myself placed on my painter's watch list (and this isn't a positive!) by requesting that we paint the living room in the most delicious shade of dark navy blue with bright white trim and blue and white Delft tiles around the fireplace. It was much like the rooms featured on page 70 -71 in April's Traditional Home issue! In our last home, our dining room wall paper had tasteful sprays of marvelous florals underpinned with robin's egg blue in a very federal pattern. The family room had a Revolutionary War mustard, taken from historical Mount Vernon style colors. At the new farm, Hemlock Lane of Valley High, I've saturated the old, original kitchen cabinetry with a deep blue. I find that these colors provide the perfect backdrop for my collections while giving great dimension and warmth to our rooms.

 

 

 

Be sure to pick up a copy of the April 2014 issue of Traditional Home! Like them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter and Pinterest so that we can all continue to share in their marvelous use of color.

 

Rebecca

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