Color for Residential Interiors with Amy Krane

Just a Reminder:
This Saturday, Feb 7 @2pm
Staatsburg Library
(We are using our snow date!)


2015 Lecture Series about COLOR kicks off on January 24th at the Staatsburg Library at 2PM (snow date Feb 7). Followed on January 25th at the Germantown Library at 2PM ( snow date Feb 15).

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For most people, choosing paint colors can be overwhelming. Not only is it necessary to take the room’s furnishings into consideration, but paint finish, adjacent room color, sight lines, architecture and light sources, all play an important role in making an informed choice.

This 60 minute talk (plus Q & A) is comprised of a Powerpoint lecture including over 50 examples of how and how not to use color. The talk combines both the science and art of proper color application and an exploration of the profound emotional, psychological and physiological effects that color has on all of us.

Amy Krane, founder of Amy Krane Color, is trained by the International Association of Color Consultant/Designers of North America and was selected as “Best of HOUZZ 2014”, the home decorating website with over 16 million monthly users. She is a regular contributor on Luminary Publishing’s and is featured in the Winter issues of both Hudson Valley Magazine and Home Depot’s in-house magazine, InPaint .