No one gets the blues, or any other adverse side effects, when it comes to using natural paints, powders, and pigments. Opposite, blue oxide and yellow ochre are a spirit-lifting combination.
The dusty hues of natural ochres from the sundrenched cliffs of Provence offer today’s homeowners the same patinaed palette sought by artisans, artists, and architects for centuries. Patinas can be dabbed, sponged, or brushed.
Courtesy of Sarut NYC
In this Boulder, Colorado, house by architect Jim Logan, pine doors are rubbed with natural dyes such as indigo and logwood.
Photograph by Thorney Lieberman