by Grace Bonney

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On a grey and dreary day like the one we’re having in Brooklyn today, I can think of no better way to celebrate than with a major explosion of COLOR. Bright reds, cheerful pinks, deep blues, sunny yellows- bring them all on. This month’s hashtag challenge is all about celebrating color at home, out in the world and anywhere else you spot an unexpected bit of brightness in your day. From painted walls at home to bits of signage out in your town- snap a photo of anything you see colorful (delicate or bold, we love it all) and add the hashtag #DSColor. You can hashtag and upload to Instagram, Twitter or email us here. We’ll sort through them all and post our favorites here (as well as on our social media pages) in a few weeks! xo, grace

*Please note: please only hashtag photos that are you own.

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Images above: Yellow staircase from Roséline Lohr’s home, Red door from Lynne Testoni’s home.

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