Jim and I started renovating our kitchen this summer, and I decided it needed some new artwork for the soffit above the upper cabinets. I originally thought I wanted something with a green background, but with the white cabinets, a white background just appealed to me more.
I wanted something light and airy, something romantic and vintage. I think the green reflects more of a vintage vibe, and the white reflects more a cottage chic vibe.
|Romance I, II, and III (Romance in Green Collection)|
|Romance I, II, and III (Romance in White Collection)|
One of the wonderful things about doing art digitally is it is easy to change the background colors–something I never could do if I weren’t creating with a computer. But that doesn’t mean I’m giving up my canvases and watercolor paper!! I still love the feel of a paintbrush in my hand.
I love how these turned out. On my Facebook page, when I asked which you liked better, opinions were pretty much split down the middle. White edged out green by just a tad, but both were very popular.
I don’t think I could choose a favorite between the green and the white. I chose the white for my kitchen only because when I hung both on the wall, I liked the way the white looked with our white cabinets–not because I liked the white better than the green.