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Happy New Year, Design Happens readers! One of our first official posts of 2013 was announcing January’s Color of the Month pick as voted on by the editors here at HGTV.com. Did you see it? Gold came out on top! And I don’t want to brag or anything, but I totally pitched it. Victory is so sweet. To kick off this year’s Mood Board Monday posts, I’m taking a cue from our winning color.

Mood Board Monday: GoldFeathers / Wreath / New Year / Mason Jar / Bedroom / Chaise / Cupcakes / Truffles / Serving Tray

Come back every Monday for an inspirational mood board. Miss a day? See all the posts here.

9 Responses

  1. Shannon C. says:

    I've always loved gold in decorating. Great choice for the mood board.

  2. Jill Russo says:

    The gold-tipped feathers are neat.

  3. RAJ says:

    I don't think you can go wrong using gold.

  4. Jill M. says:

    My living and dining rooms are painted gold, with a glaze that makes them look like a million! I love it!

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  6. Now that's what I call interior decoration. There's just nothing that can match the added glitter and flair gold can give to just about anything.

  7. Mary Jane says:

    Gold colors is one of my favorite when doing an interior design, gold design is always inspiring to look. Naples Florida residential interior designer

  8. Daniel Scott says:

    As expected, gold adds a nice touch of style and flair to those pieces of furniture and decor. I particularly like the gold-framed couch. That would definitely turn any living room into a head-turner.

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