I pulled out my iphone and started snatching bits of organic color hoping Pintrest and HOUZZ could supply a matching design. It'd be a game of scavenger hunting when we got back home. I typed in searches like crushed rose and chartreuse to see what would come up. I looked for matches to forest green capped eggplants. It wasn't long before I had amassed paired rooms and market fair, like a game of crazy eights matching red fours or black jacks.
Here's my deck of the farmer's market late summer bounty and their color matching doppelgangers in the world of interior design.
A bouquet of paper thin purple and gold
Heirloom carrots and Louis Vuitton
Speckled beans and driftwood
The last of summer's corn
Hot chili peppers and crackling fire
Dusted rose and white steeds
Wild berry as a welcome mat
A tomato, squash and raspberry autumn sunrise
Mark Golbach, photographer
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