Similar to using a quarter to show the scale of an object in a photograph, the juxtaposition of any color against white will ensure its proper tonal values read clearly. When looking over paint samples at home, try laying them out on a white surface or the lightest surface in the room like this marble tile.
White walls recede into the background and show off the majestic forest setting of this home. Color swatches in unusual places—the back of the kitchen island, the legs of the dining chairs—add depth and whimsy.
These fabric hoops are an easy way to add pattern and color – and a healthy dose of country style – to your walls. Fabric swatches can easily be swapped out, making this a timeless and versatile craft.
On the other side of this contemporary home office sits a built-in storage cabinet, where the designer can easily store supplies and fabric swatches. A display case to the right proudly features Raegan's work in magazines nationwide.
This outdoor sitting area features thick blue seat cushions on chocolate brown wicker furniture with matching side table and cushioned coffee table. The blue and brown contrast with the neutral tile flooring. Pattern pillows add a hint of orange, and a yellow blanket provides a large swatch of color.
Non-toxic, biodegradable cleaning slimes like the one from Cyber Clean can be used repeatedly on almost any surface including keyboards, but eventually they will collect their max of dirt and grime and become less effective. The Cyber Clean container has a green color swatch on the back, so when your slime turns that color, it's time to replace.
Who knew how nasty your keyboard could be? This non-toxic, biodegradable cleaning slime from Cyber Clean can reach into crevices that a normal microfiber cloth can't. It's great for just about any surface including keyboards, camera gear, laptops and speakers. Simply fold the dirt and grime into the slime and knead before picking up more dirt. Replace once the slime turns a darker color that matches the swatch displayed on the container.