When I was in Los Angeles studying with color Guru Leatrice Eiseman there was another student who came all the way from San Paulo, Brazil. She was a Le Cordon Bleu trained pastry chef who was studying color trends so that she could apply them to her pastries. Now I’ve always thought anything to do with color was a pretty cool job but I think she must have the best job in the whole world… I mean color and pastries?? I think I’d be in heaven.
It was at that very moment I realized the huge role color plays in our lives; not only for the obvious like fashion and interior design but for anyone who has to decide “what color should this be”? I was so inspired by this student that I created a board on Pinterest called Fabulous Food Colors. You can check out my board and follow HERE.
So in the spirit of fabulous food colors I thought I would have a little fun with what a colorful pastry (or drink) might look like if it was turned into a room.
This beautiful pink ombre cake
might look something like this turned into a living room.
and these colorful macaroons
would be such a cute bedroom.
These multicolored cookies
would be fabulous as color block kitchen cabinets
this tropical turquoise drink with a tiny hit of red
would be so much fun turned into a kitchen
and look how this yellow and white cupcake
would become such a cheerful living room.
Now you might think it’s crazy that a pastry chef would travel half way around the world to study color but she needs to understand color principles in much the same way as a designer. After all, you can’t just throw a bunch of colors together and assume you will get something beautiful to eat… In fact you might end up with something not very appetizing.
and not many would want to live in the room that this cupcake turns into.
So how about you? Do you choose pastries based on your color preferences?
If you would like help choosing color for your home give me a call. If you would like help with creating a beautiful pastry…I know a woman in San Paulo.