Best of Color, From the Blog Archives

I have blogged a lot over the years, with some long pauses thrown in for sure, but 330+ (and counting) posts is nothing to shake a stick at! A topic that appears very frequently on Interiors for Families is color. My color posts are among the most popular – and I personally think even the ones that are older than dirt are holding up pretty darn well!

So I thought I’d take a little blog break for today, and do a little #tbt (taking a slight liberty, due to it being Tuesday as this is published), compiling some of my favorite and most viewed color posts of all time – and that means revisiting my writing all the way back to 2012.

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Friday Family-Friendly Find: Julien SocialCorner Sink & Newport Brass Taft Pull-Down Faucet

This is a very special edition of #FFFFind! This week’s finds are products that were recently incorporated in “The Morning Kitchen” that Dianne Aucello (Edesia Kitchen & Bath Studio) and I created for the Junior League of Boston 2017 Designer Show House, which just closed a couple of weeks ago. If you weren’t able to…

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Five Years Young

Last week, out of the blue, I started getting all of these emails from LinkedIn congratulating me. For what, I wondered? As it turns out, it is my ‘work anniversary.’ I started Kelly Rogers Interiors five years ago. In the beginning, I blogged – with varying degrees of success (here’s an oldie but goodie from…

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Got Questions?

I hope all of you parents out there survived Halloween! Is it just me or is this holiday getting more and more drawn out every year? Don’t get me wrong – I do like Halloween. But as with any good holiday, I’m also a little relieved when it’s finally over. I think my little Alvin…

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Moody Hues

Although the “bathed in white” aesthetic (as I like to call it) is still going strong, I have also noticed an emerging trend in quite the opposite direction. Rooms that envelop you with strong, deep, dark colors are providing a visual antidote to all the white-walled light-and-brightness. Yes, even black! I can almost hear painters across…

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