simply color: kat heyes

Kat Heyes is a brilliant artist and photographer who has serious skills when it comes to designing an interior. The muted tones are simply gorgeous, and create a relaxing ambiance. The sunlight that floods in through the window plays perfectly with the soft textures and unique furnishings. I see myself sinking into bliss with a black tea latte and miles davis on the record player. Click here to see the entire sneak peek. —Lauren

Palette 1:
A) Black Bean (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 440 B) Covington Blue (Benjamin Moore), PMS 5303 C) Goldtone (Benjamin Moore) D) Azalea (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 170 E) Wine (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 188

Palette 2:
A) A) Harrisburg Green (Benjamin Moore), PMS 5575 B) Night Shade (Behr), PMS 5395 C) Tangelo (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 715 D) Donegal Tweed (Behr), PMS 7521 E) Créme (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 7500

  1. jenn says:

    that bottom color palette speaks to me… love it!!!

  2. emma lamb says:

    very pretty palettes Lauren, lately i’m being drawn to these kind of warm neutrals and i love the pop of orange and coral pink… :)
    emma x

  3. LindseyBee says:

    look at those wooden floors & open windows! love the colors you’ve pulled from these awesome photos:)

  4. Anabel says:

    I have an absolute weakness for bay windows! That white nook is great in its simplicity.

  5. lee moody says:

    I love all your great pictures of super ideas that I forget to think about….you make me stop and think…and smile !

  6. Jodi White says:

    Love the use of subtle colors and the way its all come together to give a warm and comfy feeling. Brilliant!

  7. logo design says:

    That’s so much lovely, That is really such a great stuff.

  8. Sherlyn says:

    wow….loved the way it is presented and way is delivered.

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