Color and The Hunger Games

Wowza.  It’s been a crazy week around here.  My kids have been on Spring Break, I’ve done six Color Consultations, and I received a nifty little award from Greater Nashville House & Home.

decorologist award favorite stager

 House & Home Magazine

 

Greater Nashville House & Home is the only shelter magazine in the Nashville area, and they awarded The Decorologist with a Reader’s Favorite Award for Best Staging & Redesign Company.  I knew nothing about the Reader’s Poll or award until the magazine contacted me, so that was a nice surprise!  Thanks to all my Nashville clients who voted for me!

The Decorologist-stager-staging

2nd Place Winner – Home Staging/Redesign Company

 

I finally saw The Hunger Games last night, and I thought it was AMAZING.  So well-done, in every way.  I couldn’t help notice the sets and costuming, of course.  It was so interesting how they juxtaposed the colorful and outrageous citizens of The Capital with the muted, almost-colorless citizens of District 12.

Effie & Katniss – Color Contrast

 

 

Take a look at the clothing colors in this shot of the movie:

Color in Panem

 

Was I the only one that immediately thought of Target‘s  “Color Changes Everything” ad campaign?

Color Changes Everything

 

I hope you all have a colorful weekend, and “may the odds ever be in your favor!”

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10 thoughts on “Color and The Hunger Games

  1. Heather says:

    Congratulations Kristie! Thats amazing and well deserved. Im so excited and happy for you in all your success and honored to know you! 🙂

  2. Sheila Zeller says:

    I missed this one! I’m switching my RSS feeds over to Google Reader from Outlook, so am experiencing some transition pains 😐 … Congratulations on this award, Kristie! What a great surprise, though I’m not surprised from what I’ve seen. You have a true knack and talent. Great work!

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