The Color Scheme Bible: Inspirational Palettes for Designing Home Interiors (Anglais) Broché – 30 août 2012
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Is the book worth it? I've not sure (hence the 3). I did find a couple of color schemes I liked in it, but I like yellow and there weren't many schemes for soft clear yellows. Most schemes were for the more intense, deeper, muddier yellows that I don't care for. I believe that's true for the other colors as well. For my taste, I think I could have done as well playing with paint chips for an afternoon.
Deliberately choosing to use 5 colors per room in particular proportions was a novel idea for me, and one I probably wouldn't like to stock to. So I guess I didn't get much for my time or money.
Another reviewer said that this book would work better if you had a "blank slate," and I agree. If you have white walls and need inspiration, this book has innovative color combinations that could lead to very interesting interiors. You might find yourself thinking things like, "I never knew orange and green could work together," etc.
However, if you already have a particular color in mind, this book can be somewhat difficult. For example, if you have decided to paint your walls gray and wonder how red might work as an accent color, you will need to look elsewhere, as the book makes no mention of this particular combination. There is also no clear illustration of a color scheme with violet as the dominant color and yellow as its accent.
This book could be helpful to decorators who want to give their clients an idea of a color scheme or to people who want to make a complete color scheme change and need some ideas. However, it's less helpful for people who have a dominant color in mind and just need some guidance with possible secondary or accent colors.
As another reviewer said, it would also be helpful to see photographs of the book's color schemes. Some are so unusual (woad blue walls with plum accents) that it would be fun and helpful to see them in actual rooms.