Wildflowers Yellowstone National Park

Color schemes inspired by nature: Part 2

Flowers, everywhere.

I visited Yosemite National Park in August. There were wildflowers everywhere. I thought wildflowers were a spring phenomenon and that I would have to visit earlier in the year to see them. Not so.

My favorite was this mountain meadow fringed by pine trees and covered with white lacey flowers. (I wish I knew what they were called. Anyone?) When I was standing there, it felt like the flowers were all around me.

Wildflowers in Yellowstone National Park

Wildflowers in Yellowstone National Park

So, here's the same bathroom I sketched for part 1 of this blog series, this time dressed in green and white. The wallpaper gives the feeling of being enveloped in a flower-filled meadow while the taupe cabinets and wood-look tile ground the room.

Green and white bathroom rendering with wallpaper, painted taupe vanity and linen cabinet

3D Rendering of Bathroom Design by Jackie Lopey, CID 6824

When you're putting together a room based on an inspiration photo or sketch, work with physical samples rather than pictures - it's the only way to make sure all of the colors and textures work together. In this case, you order or pick samples of: the wall paper, paint, floor tile, countertop material, and the cabinet finish.

The cabinets here, from our Modern Country collection, are painted Dusty Taupe. You can get a free sample - yay, free! - here: GET YOUR FREE SAMPLES.


She didn't know it, but Jackie Lopey's days as an advertising executive were numbered when she bought and renovated a 1950's bungalow. She soon went back to school and started her own design studio. Jackie is an award-winning, certified interior designer and the founder of Wide Canvas.

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