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In Living Color
February 12, 2015 | Posted by: Linda Perrow

On a recent trip to D.C. I visited  the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of Natural History where they were exhibiting the  winners of the Windland Smith Rice International Photography Awards. The exhibit was called “Nature’s Best Photography” and it truly was breathtaking!lg_hall13_BO

What colors do you see in your everyday surroundings?  When you think of color in nature, you probably think of neutrals, greens, and blues. If you  explore a little further however, you  will discover an amazing  palette – the whole world in living color.


Elizabeth Carmel‘s “Subterranean Garden” taken in Quintana Roo  in Southeastern Mexico is colorful and organic, inspiring this fabric scheme, paired with a stunning decorative glass bowl.

The pictures, some as small as 2′x3′ and some as large as real life, were stunning. I  could not help being  inspired in my use of color in the interiors I work with every day.

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“Sandstone Layers” by Sean Bagshaw was taken in the Valley of Fire in Nevada. What a pretty master bedroom and bath scheme it inspires!

What colors will inpsire you today?

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Simone Sbaraglia waited in the jungles of Madagascar for hours before capturing this one-inch-long frog and Philip Marazzi has loved the Toucan since childhood. Who says these vibrant colors couldn’t translate into a sophisticated sunroom scheme?

If you like to see more of  the photographs in the exhibit, check out this video, which was produced to accompany the exhibition.