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How Seasonal Color Analysis Can Work in Your Home
The suddenly trendy-again concept of seasonal color analysis matches hair color, skin tone and eye color to the colors that look best on you. It's an idea that was first popularized in the '80s thanks to Carole Jackson’s book Color Me Beautiful. If you want to go straight to the source, you can find the book here.
But we think that interior design is also a great place to put color analysis into action. In traditional color analysis, color schemes are divided into seasons: autumn, winter, spring and summer. An array of subcategories go deeper to match your look to the appropriate seasonal color family: Deep Winter, Cool Winter, Clear Winter; Clear Spring, Warm Spring, Light Spring; Light Summer, Cool Summer, Soft Summer; Deep Autumn, Warm Autumn and Soft Autumn.
We've taken that same formula to determine the rooms that best suit you, that not only make you look great but also feel great. Read on for HGTV's picks of rooms for every color season.