Nov 3, 2011

Color Wheel: Rock Flower Paper

I recently came accross these beautiful trays from Katie Smith and Katie Shillinglaw at rockflowerpaper, and was inspired to use 4 of the different blue inspired trays as my cue in this week's Color Wheel.

What better way to add a pop of color than with these lacquer-like trays, from botanical and floral such as Linda Funk, Sylvia Gonzalez, Lisa Gabel, and Susan Williams, among others.
All these trays are highly fundtional, extremely decorative, and made from earth-friendly MDF without the addition of resin. The result is art made functional, with a tray that's both heat and moisture resistant and would look great on any ottoman, bar, or console.

So here are rooms inspired in the color and overall feeling from wach one of the 4 trays:
Which is your favorite color combonation?

15" Sq Tray

All Images Elle Decor










Fern 15" Sq. Tray

Elle Decor Rooms / Jamie Drake









Iris 15" Sq. Tray

Elle Decor / House Beautiful / Here










Bamboo 15" Sq Tray

Pinterest / Elle Decor /   / Pinterest







I have to say, I am finding it hard to decide.
I love the dark blue color schemes but also can imagine myself in a room with the sea greens and blues as well. It's all about putting them into context and making sure there is enough light to make the rooms feel comfortable and exciting.

What color wheel inspired post would you like me to focus on next?



Rockflowerpaper trays are great statement pieces on their own or a great present for the upcoming holidays. Don't forget your teachers!
  • Trays are made with an earth friendly European standard MDF and finished under ultra violet light. No resin included.
  • Heat and moisture resistant. High gloss lacquer finish.
  • Original copyrighted, hand painted design.
  • Hand painted line on side edges.
  • Giclee art print on tray bed.
  • Square trays measure 15" x 15" x 2-1/4"
  • Made in China
  • Visit: RockPaperFlower.com or email me to purchase any of these great trays.
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