cross-point summer stitching – Blue & Yellow

Blue & Yellow

Portugese blue&yellow tile

Continuing with Summer Color Schemes “Sea & Sky”, yellow combines beautifully with so many blues. Blue or yellow is an enduring color scheme and can be found in tiles, dinner ware, bowls, vases, fabrics, decorative plates and jewelry in countries  all around the Mediterranean, and from there across the Atlantic in Central and South America. In Portugal, entire buildings are covered with blue and yellow tiles, inside and outside.

From pale buttery yellows to deep egg yolk yellow, sunny colors lift the spirit and bring instant cheerfulness. Combined with blue – whether indigo or turquoise – creates a combination both cool and warm.

blue&yellow pillows in the cross-point CollectionThe starting point for a yellow and blue scheme can be a piece of pottery, tile, painting or stitched  pillow. Perhaps you have a bowl of Italian majolica in turquoise blue and pale lemony yellow, or a true blue and daffodil or buttercup yellow painted plate to use as your starting point for a summer scheme. Whatever your accumulated treasures that are your reminders of a life lived, at cross-point™ we offer custom colors so we can adapt any one of our patterns to your particular shades of blue and yellow. Read more here

About Sieglinde

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2 Responses to cross-point summer stitching – Blue & Yellow

  1. Thank you so much for your comment. Have you had a chance to visit my website on http://www.cross-point.com where I show the patterns used in the Color Schemes article? Like you, I often find unexpected things on Google. Isn’t that one of the pleasures of surfing?

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  2. I like this blog its a master piece ! Glad I discovered this on google.

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