(From Apartment Therapy, which I love even more now that we share a favorite fall color!)
With the start of September being the culturally accepted (if not technical) start of fall, my thoughts are on the riot of color just around the corner. Maybe it's the association of falling leaves, or the pair of back-to-school bootcut cords I sported in grade seven, but the color I most associate with the season is a rich saffron yellow. It's perfect for these early fall days- vibrant enough to mix with summer shades, but rich enough to hint at cozier things to come.
Decor-wise, saffron (and its greener sister, mustard, and more yellow cousin, goldenrod) is a surprisingly versatile shade. It straddles the line between "feminine" and "masculine" color (if you even buy into that) and works particularly well as an accent. The gorgeous Moroccan temple above is wall-to-wall saffron, but here are some spaces in which smaller doses of the rich, bold yellow have been used to great effect...continue reading
So here's to the Wilhemina Swivel (second photo above)!