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of fruity pas­tel fur­nish­ings and ac­cents turns this cool, shady porch into a warm, comfy re­treat. BH&G East Coast Ed­i­tor Monika Ey­ers says a 60:30:10 ra­tio of three neigh­bor­ing hues keeps the scene tran­quil. Light pink cov­ers the largest area for a calm foun­da­tion. Yel­low ap­pears on

roughly a third of the sur­faces for a warm layer, and

small doses of vivid fuch­sia add con­trast.

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