Color is an integral part of what we do at YOLO Colorhouse – it brings us joy, fills us with passion, and surrounds us with beauty. From putting together trend palettes to creating the perfect color combinations for your home, color inspires us! We know that we are not the only ones that color has this effect on, and that’s why we have something very special in the works for our Color Community.
The week of March 18-22, we have invited 5 vibrant and creative people to share their ideas on how color inspires the work they do. On the YOLO Colorhouse blog, we are honored to be able to share their unique perspectives on color with you during Color Your Life Guest Blogger Week.
Each of our guest contributors has picked a non-profit to partner with for this series. Your comments on each of their posts count as a $1 donation to their chosen charity, up to $500 per charity.
Here are amazing contributors to this year’s Color Your Life:
Monday, March 18: Designer Angela Adams
Dedicated to celebrating a natural lifestyle, Angela creates well-crafted modern home furnishings and lifestyle accessories inspired by the timeless beauty of nature and the ever-changing landscape of Maine. Non-profit of choice: North Haven Arts & Enrichment at Waterman’s Community Center offering a wide range of programs and events for all ages including after school programs, concerts, art exhibits and much more in North Haven, ME.
Tuesday, March 19: Art Director Marissa Brooks
Marissa is the art director at glassybaby. Marissa’s background in visual arts and design helps her oversee all color selection for glassybaby marketing and store merchandising. Non-profit of choice: The Nick Wilson Charitable Group – provides compassionate financial support to children and their families undergoing cancer treatment.
Wednesday, March 20: Designer Sibella Court
Author of Etcetera, The Stylist’s Guide to NYC , Nomad&Bowerbird, shopowner of The Society inc, interior stylist, product designer, globetrotter. Non-profit of choice: Cancer Council – advises the Australian Government and other bodies on practices and policies to help prevent, detect and treat cancer.
Thursday, March 21: Designer and Blogger Caitlin Flemming
Caitlin Flemming is a designer and stylist living and working in San Francisco, California. She is also the founder of lifestyle and interior design blog Sacramento Street. Non-profit of choice: Shelter Box – supplies an extended family with a tent and essential equipment to use while they are displaced or homeless during disaster.
Friday, March 22: Kinfolk magazine editors Nathan and Katie Williams
Nathan and Katie are the founding editors behind Kinfolk Magazine. Non-profit of choice: Work Activity Center – provides day, residential, employment, and health services to enrich the lives of people with disabilities by actively providing opportunities for independence and individual growth.
As fellow “color nerds”, we hope you are as excited about COLOR YOUR LIFE Guest Blogger week as we are….we can’t wait! To see more inspiration from our contributors, visit our Color Your Life Pinterest board.