March is here and it seems so ready to proclaim the arrival of Spring, yet the winter appears to be going strong in many parts of the country. Jewel tones come to the rescue as one of the top colors of 2019 to bring the perfect punch of color and liven up our wardrobes and interiors.
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, Sapphire Blue , Emerald green , Amethyst Purple Topaz, Citrine Yellow, and their undertones can make a strong appearance on their own or they can blend in many ways to give truly noticeable results. Ruby
They certainly change the feel of a room and they make an impact. Sometimes their presence is strong which means they may not be the way to go for the color shy, but Jewel tones are potent to communicate and convey an emotional message about a living space. via Elle Decor
In this journal I will share some of my designs but also other favorite rooms to inspire you to create something different and may be (who knows?) a fresh new palette for your next project.
What to say about this scrumptious green banquet and the tripled effect of the green velvet dining chairs in this simple but yet powerful breakfast area design. via Emerald Zulufish
I know this violet purple kitchen by Kaitlyn McCarthy Design may not be for everybody, but thank God to those that dare follow their heart and make colorful spaces that totally draw you in and make you feel happy!
Jewel tones sometimes cam be ‘moody’ but uplifting at the same time. I love the juxtaposition of the trim and the playful rug in this formal dining room. via Elle Decor
Here are two classics: and oval back dining chair for a timeless sophisticated look. The turquoise accents add a ‘smile’ on this Sapphire velvet dining room‘s face…
The Jewel tones here reach another height in the form of Topaz grasscloth wallpaper, the lamps and the spiffy blue leather chairs in all their simplicity. The art confirms the rhythm of the scheme in a nice noninvasive way . . . via Elle Decor
Wowza! See what I mean by impactful? Here are some masculine properties, but not only. The Emerald green cabinets and Teal counter stools make it happen. via Caitlin McCarthy Designs
These are one of the most comfortable swivel chairs I know, made in green velvet by CRLaine. The Sapphire parrots ‘speak’ the Jewel language and set the tone for the blue grasscloth chest by Barcley Butera.
Classy, clean and full of emotions. The little things are the ones that make the biggest effect. The Jewel tones here are playing in a small portion, but they are enough to convey the feeling of the room. via Kriste Michelini Interiors
On contrary, this room is full of drama using the Jewel tones in the entire palette. Via Charlotte Crossland Interiors.
The vibrant presence of the ruby lacquer here gives a ‘wow’ to the room and makes it one of a kind. I love the authenticity. Thank you Christina Murphy! via Traditional Home, photography: John Bessler
Malachite is one of my favorite stones and here it is in all its glory in this upholstered bed by Cowtan & Tout. The Bungalow 5 side chest adds another jewel to the room. via House Beautiful, photo: James Carriere
This is one of my very favorite ! Each and every one of the materials has a story to say. The silver leaf texture wallpaper (it is hard to see in this picture) hold their elegance without being overstated. Jewel tone projects
This room showcases all the Jewels: Sapphire blue, Emerald green, Citrine and Ruby. I love the accent color on the ceiling and, of course, the stunning wallpaper that set’s the tone. via Traditional Home. photography: Emily Jenkins Followill
Here is a Jewel tone masterpiece by designer James Michael Howard. In his new book Howard explains the seven elements of design that make that special secret sauce of great interior design. via “Atmosphere” Atlanta Home photo: Eric Piasecki
In this the focus is on the Sapphire finish of the spool counter stools and the complimentary playful blue/green exchange. The art confirms the color story. breakfast nook
Jewel tones sometimes can be moody, but that’s perfect when you are trying to make a cozy, gathering space like this study. I love how the Jewels alternate here as each one plays its part and they all move hand in hand making the room special and comfortable. via House Beautiful
Exotic and crisp-looking, this master bedroom feels like a heaven of relaxation. The Jewel tones in accessories, pillows and art gently refresh the subtle white backgrounds. via Florida Design
Some rooms are grand, just because . . . . The Jewel tones come in and super energize–what to not like? via Elle Decor
Tov Furniture Modern Style Living Room Green Velvet Upholstered Side Chair $289.79
Robert Abbey Blue table lamp $319.70
Purple Area Rug 5′ x 8′ Amethyst $94.99
with pompom Citrine Throw Blanket $22.99
– Deep pocket Queen 4pc Bed Sheet Set $29.87
Abstract Painting 48″ x 36″ Modern Canvas Giglee $399
Aren’t the Jewel tones so beautiful? I hope you got inspired!