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7 famous decorators reveal which wall colors they don't like

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And yet there are some colors that even the greatest decorators don't want to see in front of them.

Remember that song in which the split singer declares that he paints the curtains in the color he hated… his favorite? If you also wanted to catch the eye not of a former partner but of the most famous and famous American decorators, you will need to paint your curtains in one of the colors that we present to you below.

Before you get started, see here what colors are ideal for any room. World-renowned decorator Jeff Andrews may be known for his mix & match style and Kourtney Kardashian's impressive black and white home, but he has repeatedly stated his aversion to red. Of course, Andrews is not opposed to anything red. His dislike is for the red walls, and he claims that "it wouldn't bother me at all not to enter a red room again." Where does Jeff Andrew show a little sympathy? But of course in the absolutely aristocratic burgundy. To see how to put it in your home, click here.
Όποτε ο Jeff Andrews βλέπει κόκκινο, γίνεται ταύρος!

The artistic director of the decoration company Change & Co, Susana Simonpietri, has been a fan of navy blue for years, but she avoids using it in luxury homes that design very vivid colors and especially deep turquoise. What pushes her so far from this - in our opinion wonderful - color? The fact that with the wrong accessories and furniture can look extremely cheap.
Δεν τα πάει καλά με το βαθύ τιρκουάζ η Susana Simonpietri.

The young, beautiful and up-and-coming Paloma Contreras may have worked in the biggest decoration magazines at the age of 30 (such as House Beautiful, Domino and Elle Decor) but she has not yet managed to love the green sage. The reason is simple: "I feel that the sage green is not a pure color and, thus, it makes the spaces in which it enters more hazy."
Others find it relaxing and classy, but Paloma Contreras doesn't want to see the sage green anywhere.

Others find it relaxing and classy, but Paloma Contreras doesn't want to see the sage green anywhere.

Marie Flannegan may love color and follow new trends, but she says "no" to a color trend: mustard. As she emphasizes, "I love furniture and it's a fact that yellow illuminates every space. But because it's intense, it's hard to combine with other bright colors or textures. "
Η Marie Flannegan προτιμά το μουσταρδί στα έπιπλα-όχι στους τοίχους.

Timothy Brown may be based in New York, where fishing houses made of sandstone (yes, like what our beloved Carrie Bradshaw lived in) still dominate, despite its favorite city and surname, hates coffee. And it can give a "pardon" to brown furniture and fabrics but it doesn't do the same for brown rooms. For what reason; He finds them hazy and boring. We disagree with your favorite Mr. Brown and, along with the coffee, we suggest you here 4 more misunderstood colors that it's time to love!
“Προδότης” του ονόματός του είναι ο Timothy Brown που δε συμπαθεί και τόσο το καφέ.

“Προδότης” του ονόματός του είναι ο Timothy Brown που δε συμπαθεί και τόσο το καφέ.

We have never read a more shocking statement than that of Lori Margolis! The famous interior designer, who was responsible for the design of the Sex & The City set, has stated that she considers beige the most difficult color. "I love using beige fabrics, upholstery and furniture, but whenever I've tried to paint the walls of my house beige, they get a light yellow hue that I don't like at all!"
Απίστευτο κι όμως αληθινό: υπάρχει διακοσμητής που αντιπαθεί το μπεζ!

Απίστευτο κι όμως αληθινό: υπάρχει διακοσμητής που αντιπαθεί το μπεζ!

The truth is that we did not expect the lover of strong contrasts, Antonio Buzzetta, to love pastel colors. He may even love fuchsia, coral and bright bright green, but he would never paint peanut or pink candy walls in his home. Why; He claims that he is very weak and immune to his personal tastes. Antonio Buzzetta finds the pink dragonfly immune.

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