Hilton Head Furniture - Light Is A Thing That Cannot Be Reproduced, But Must Be Represented By Something Else – By Color.

Light is a thing that cannot be reproduced, but must be represented by something else – by color.

“Light is a thing that cannot be reproduced, but must be represented by something else – by color.” – Paul Cezanne

“Color is all about context, so if you’re going white, it’s important to pick a white with the correct undertone for the space in question. Whites can be tinted with yellow, pink, violet, blue, brown or even green. Whites with some saturation are imbued with their own luminosity, and therefore will not turn gray and shadowy, as pure whites do. Just as you would analyze a highly pigmented hue for its underlying color tone, so too should you closely examine whites.” – Originally published in STIR®

White colors are often used to brighten up a space, but without proper lighting, the many varying tints might be doing the opposite.

Pictured Here Sherwin Williams:
Extra White SW 7006 (257-C1)
Steamed Milk SW 7554 (266-C1)
Alabaster SW 7008 (255-C2)