DEVINE COLOR IS INSPIRED
The Devine Color philosophy begins with having an artist create color with specific purpose. The color focus is so deliberate that the results are in their ability to synchronize multiple spaces with color harmony. Not every color can be a background and Devine Color is all about the background. rip. Pick several neutral tones that are pleasing to unify most walls and then add the richer color to shadow in. (start with a foundation)
DEVINE COLOR IS DOMESTIC BLISS
The source of Devine Color is Its great familial affinity with all wood. No Devine Color is developed unless It has a connection by way of undertones that boosts the natural qualities of all natural surfaces and light. Tip: Colors should be compared next to wood and art to assure that you are dressing up well all living colors. (Putting together outfits that coordinate)
DEVINE COLOR LANDSCAPES REALITY
Devine Color takes color sizing to the scale of walls by having refitted each color's intensity, weight and drama to cover over large bones of wall surface. This lets us live with breathable, livable backgrounds that you can feel with out being visually overbearing. Tip: When a color is dominant in a room, do not be afraid to contrast with another color on walls. These colors were design to balance contrast without conflict.
DEVINE COLOR ILLUMINATES WALLS
The Delicate Wall Finish transforms interior light into color illumination by having unique reflective qualities in the paint. The interior light echoes over the finish of the paint blending with depth of light and dark colors evenly. Tim Use the Delicate Wall Finish or Luscious on intimate ceilings to increase radiance in a room.
DEVINE COLOR IS LIFE EXPERIENCE
Devine Color invites each and everyone to be artist that can experience success landscaping wall color as perfect backgrounds. It brought the female experience to paint, by having colors spread like rich cream and feel like smooth silk on walls.
DEVINE COLOR TOOLS
Devine Color made paint an experience by handing over tools to the consumer that would empower them to make successful color choices. These tools such as real paint on sample pages, recyclable packaging with real paint in pouches to test the right amount" of color and a real palette developed by an artist that works every time have been a key to the color communication happening today.