Brown has become a luscious rich color with the influx of Starbucks over a decade ago. And who doesn't love Godiva Chocolates? Start a special breakfast with chocolate waffles topped with red raspberries and chocolate syrup. Decadent! Though appetizing to some tummies I must ask, "How do we visually process brown and red?" Brown is a neutral color, very earthy, and often holds elements of warmth. Red, being a warm color, complements brown, reflects more light creating an energetic balancing act with brown's calmer state. Nervous about using red in your room? Balance it with lots of brown. The brown & red combo makes an unexpected but so jazzy color statement. Easy on the eye and oh so delicious to eat!
Hungry for waffles: http://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchens/chocolate-waffles-recipe/index.html
BROWN RELAXES THE RED EYE.
Geri loves to consume color through art, architecture, photography, and interior spaces of all built environments. She is a museum enthusiast. Exploring new places, cultures, and restaurants will always be a part of her life. Geri loves the creative process of cooking with natural fresh local ingredients and adores the beauty of colorfully plated food.