WEFOUNDCountry Color Perfect Palettes for Every Room


We asked 12 designers' opinions on the paint color gray. Do experts think it's out of style or totally timeless? Find out on HGTV.com.

Originating in the 1930s during Hollywood's Golden Age, this style celebrates larger-than-life details, Art Deco elements and gold accents. Check out this fabulous style on HGTV.com.

Matte finishes are having a moment — often in black but also seen in greens, blues and grays, the look is earthy and upscale at the same time.

Preheat the oven to 425f degrees. Remove the chicken from plastic wrap and remove any giblets that are in the cavity. Rinse the chicken inside and out. Remove any leftover pinfeathers that may still be hanging on and pat the outside dry. Place the chicken in a large roasting pan. Liberally salt and pepper the inside of the chicken. Cut lemon and garlic head in half.

Tie the legs together with kitchen string and tuck the wing tips under the body of the chicken (this step is optional). Roast the chicken, uncovered, for about an hour and half or until the juices run clear when you cut between a leg and thigh. 

Cook’s Notes : The melted butter you slather on the chicken may smoke some in your oven. Butter has a low burning point and because you are cooking this at a higher temperature, you may see a bit of smoking. Do not worry. This is normal. Just make sure your oven fan is in good working condition.  It is all worth it for the flavor it brings to this chicken! Have some chicken leftover? Try making roasted chicken salad sandwiches !

We asked 12 designers' opinions on the paint color gray. Do experts think it's out of style or totally timeless? Find out on HGTV.com.

Originating in the 1930s during Hollywood's Golden Age, this style celebrates larger-than-life details, Art Deco elements and gold accents. Check out this fabulous style on HGTV.com.

Matte finishes are having a moment — often in black but also seen in greens, blues and grays, the look is earthy and upscale at the same time.

We asked 12 designers' opinions on the paint color gray. Do experts think it's out of style or totally timeless? Find out on HGTV.com.

Originating in the 1930s during Hollywood's Golden Age, this style celebrates larger-than-life details, Art Deco elements and gold accents. Check out this fabulous style on HGTV.com.

Matte finishes are having a moment — often in black but also seen in greens, blues and grays, the look is earthy and upscale at the same time.

Preheat the oven to 425f degrees. Remove the chicken from plastic wrap and remove any giblets that are in the cavity. Rinse the chicken inside and out. Remove any leftover pinfeathers that may still be hanging on and pat the outside dry. Place the chicken in a large roasting pan. Liberally salt and pepper the inside of the chicken. Cut lemon and garlic head in half.

Tie the legs together with kitchen string and tuck the wing tips under the body of the chicken (this step is optional). Roast the chicken, uncovered, for about an hour and half or until the juices run clear when you cut between a leg and thigh. 

Cook’s Notes : The melted butter you slather on the chicken may smoke some in your oven. Butter has a low burning point and because you are cooking this at a higher temperature, you may see a bit of smoking. Do not worry. This is normal. Just make sure your oven fan is in good working condition.  It is all worth it for the flavor it brings to this chicken! Have some chicken leftover? Try making roasted chicken salad sandwiches !

Photo: Anna Kardos Photography The wedding color palette you choose plays an important role in your big day, from indicating the mood of your wedding (formal, relaxed, upbeat, etc.) to reflecting your own personal style. Whether you already have your heart set on the perfect colors and are looking for some visual inspo to match, or you need a little help finding the right combination for your style, we (and the WeddingWire Color Palette Generator ) are here to help.

Find the perfect wedding color palette for your style, and then use our fave details to inspire your own big day.

Boho The colors: Lavender, plum and sage green

Going for a boho look? Earthy colors, like green or brown, are good starting points. Add an accent color or two, such as lavender and plum purple, to keep your wedding color palette from becoming too monochromatic.

Photo: Kismet Visuals & Co. Photography & Design A greenery-filled bouquet is a boho wedding staple. Even with minimal flowers, fresh greens like eucalyptus look gorgeous and romantic.

Your wedding color scheme will set the tone for the entire day. Darker hues are more formal and can be considered more refined and stylish, while lighter tones are more playful and romantic. By mixing and matching different shades of the rainbow, you can achieve all sorts of different tones and settings to help set the mood for your wedding. Here are eight gorgeous color combinations that are sure to fit any wedding style and personality.

Mint green has been an ultra trendy color for the past few years, and with its versatility as a pastel cool color, it is easily paired with most other shades of the rainbow. It looks particularly nice when paired with gold, both matte and sparkly, as well as warmer pastel tones such as peach. This contrast of warm versus cool colors in pastel tones is enough to be eye-catching and unique, yet it is not too striking of a difference to seem mismatched. These three colors create a gorgeous rustic springtime wedding palette.

Another fabulous combination of pastel and neutral hues is pink, grey and ivory. Pink and grey have long been coupled together as a beautiful contrast of light and dark, and the added neutral shade of ivory completes the palette. The best part about pink and grey is that no matter what shade you choose to go with for either color, the pair will still look great together. Baby pink and charcoal grey go hand-in-hand just as well as dark pink and light grey, and every combination in between. This palette is perfect for a soft, romantic look at your wedding.

We asked 12 designers' opinions on the paint color gray. Do experts think it's out of style or totally timeless? Find out on HGTV.com.

Originating in the 1930s during Hollywood's Golden Age, this style celebrates larger-than-life details, Art Deco elements and gold accents. Check out this fabulous style on HGTV.com.

Matte finishes are having a moment — often in black but also seen in greens, blues and grays, the look is earthy and upscale at the same time.

Preheat the oven to 425f degrees. Remove the chicken from plastic wrap and remove any giblets that are in the cavity. Rinse the chicken inside and out. Remove any leftover pinfeathers that may still be hanging on and pat the outside dry. Place the chicken in a large roasting pan. Liberally salt and pepper the inside of the chicken. Cut lemon and garlic head in half.

Tie the legs together with kitchen string and tuck the wing tips under the body of the chicken (this step is optional). Roast the chicken, uncovered, for about an hour and half or until the juices run clear when you cut between a leg and thigh. 

Cook’s Notes : The melted butter you slather on the chicken may smoke some in your oven. Butter has a low burning point and because you are cooking this at a higher temperature, you may see a bit of smoking. Do not worry. This is normal. Just make sure your oven fan is in good working condition.  It is all worth it for the flavor it brings to this chicken! Have some chicken leftover? Try making roasted chicken salad sandwiches !

Photo: Anna Kardos Photography The wedding color palette you choose plays an important role in your big day, from indicating the mood of your wedding (formal, relaxed, upbeat, etc.) to reflecting your own personal style. Whether you already have your heart set on the perfect colors and are looking for some visual inspo to match, or you need a little help finding the right combination for your style, we (and the WeddingWire Color Palette Generator ) are here to help.

Find the perfect wedding color palette for your style, and then use our fave details to inspire your own big day.

Boho The colors: Lavender, plum and sage green

Going for a boho look? Earthy colors, like green or brown, are good starting points. Add an accent color or two, such as lavender and plum purple, to keep your wedding color palette from becoming too monochromatic.

Photo: Kismet Visuals & Co. Photography & Design A greenery-filled bouquet is a boho wedding staple. Even with minimal flowers, fresh greens like eucalyptus look gorgeous and romantic.


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