Designing With Color From Design Star Challenge 5

Color is one of design's most powerful tools, and the challenge for our remaining four contestants is to demonstrate their understanding of color and how to employ it most effectively in a studio apartment.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionConsider the cool, pale-blue "Tiffany Box" that Alice chooses to employ, it works well in large quantity since it has a calming effect that is a nice contrast to the hustle of living in New York City.
Color is one of design's most powerful tools, and the challenge for our remaining four contestants is to demonstrate their understanding of color and how to employ it most effectively in almost identical studio apartments. Although one's initial reaction may be to use the assigned color choice all over to boldly communicate the designated hue, sometimes color is most powerful when it is used sparingly. In addition to coming up with a great way to effectively utilize their color, designers are also challenged with coming up with unique space solutions for studio apartments that have to address every aspect of life in one, efficient space.
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