In my True Colour Expert Training last month a participant asked a really good question.
“Okay, so now I can see the undertones and I get it, now what?”
I recently met with a homeowner who was building two duplexes. She hired me specifically because she wanted to make sure all her finishes and undertones worked together. She said, “I have been in so many show homes where I know something is wrong but I can’t put my finger on exactly what it is. I want to make sure all the colours and undertones in my house are correct.”
My system of distinguishing undertones breaks it down in such a way that you can take any fabric or tile and say, “This is yellow-beige, or pink-beige, or green-beige,” etc. So, now that you can distinguish it, what are the “guidelines” to getting the undertones in your fixed finishes right? Click here to subscribe to my free monthly newsletter if you’d like to read the rest of this article. It’ll arrive in your inbox this week and you’ll also have access to over two years worth of special articles only available to subscribers.
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