Color Theory
Tie-dye is back in a big way, whether you're creating fun patterns on a scarf or baking a batch of cupcakes. Get in on the trend with this radical cake design that's surprisingly easy to pull off.
Erin Gardner
See how Jamie would restyle two different rooms. Her insider tips will have you updating your space like a pro.
Meet Jamie and get an overview of the class.
Learn the basics of interior design. You'll get designer tips on color combinations, neutrals and how to work with anchor pieces.
Jamie will teach you how to combine different patterns and apply them to your space.
It's time to mix and match. Learn how to combine different furniture pieces to create a professionally designed space.
In this class from our partners at Brit & Co., learn how to style any room.
Jamie Meares
Jamie Meares
Fact: no one wants a dull painting. But that doesn't mean you should overlook the power of mixing muted and dull colors. These seemingly drab tones will help your paintings reach a whole new level of depth and realism, and it's all done with an understanding of color intensity.
Antonella Avogadro
Not all watercolors look the same. In fact, each color is one of three qualities when put to paper: transparent, semi-transparent and opaque. Each cover the surface of your watercolor paper to a different degree, letting more or less of the light reflected from the paper show through the pigment.
Antonella Avogadro
When it comes to value, watercolors are incredibly versatile. Color value simply refers to the levels of darkness and lightness of any particular color, and depending on the amount of water you use to pick up a hue, your brushstroke can be bright and saturated, incredibly sheer or somewhere in between.
Antonella Avogadro
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