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make it yours: caroline gomez

by Lauren

Color blocking is a huge trend right now, and I am definitely on the bandwagon. French designer Caroline Gomez is all about colors, and her home is the perfect example of how to take color blocking and apply it to an interior space. I love both the stripe of yellow in the entryway and the blue door so much . . . I’m seriously trying to figure out how I can make something like this work in my own home! The apple green in the dining area is possibly the best color of all time; wouldn’t you agree? Caroline’s aesthetic is inspired by 1950s Scandinavian design. Modern, clean and colorful. Be sure to check out the rest of the original sneak peek for more delightful colors and ideas. — Lauren

Palette 1 (Main Room)
A. Very Black (Valspar), PMS 532; B. Lemon Zest (Behr), PMS 101; C. *Actual Wall Color: Citrine (Little Green), PMS 384; D. Down Pour (Sherwin-Williams), PMS 646; E. True Pink (Benjamin Moore), PMS 190

Roundup 1 (Main Room)
1. Scandinavian-Style Screen-Printed Peacock, $48; 2. Jed Occasional Armchair, $494; 3. Sheepskin Rug, $107; 4. Neon Daypack, $24; 5. Velorbis Bicycle, $800+; 6. Kilo Long Table, $57; 7. La Baladeuse, $275

There’s one more room photo and roundup after the jump!

Palette 2 (Dining Room)
A. Empire Yellow (Pratt & Lambert), PMS 116; B. Laguna Green (Valspar), PMS 326; C. Tangy Orange (Benjamin Moore), PMS 1575; D. *Actual Wall Color: Pale Lime (Little Green), PMS 367; E. Onyx (Benjamin Moore), PMS 419

Roundup 2 (Dining Room)
1. May Large Vase, $42; 2. Caroline Gomez Print, $20; 3. Cloud Board Snacker, $35; 4. Anderssen & Voll Chair, prices vary; 5. Aspen Dining Table, $411

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