WOODY MARSHALL/THE TELEGRAPHMary Jane Napier’s interest in Asian design is evident in her Macon home’s decor. A few years ago, two rooms in her home were painted Chinese red, a warm color that enlivens the spaces in the daylight and subdues the mood at night.
WOODY MARSHALL/THE TELEGRAPHMary Jane Napier’s interest in Asian design is evident in her Macon home’s decor. A few years ago, two rooms in her home were painted Chinese red, a warm color that enlivens the spaces in the daylight and subdues the mood at night. WOODY MARSHALL wmarshall@macon.com
WOODY MARSHALL/THE TELEGRAPHMary Jane Napier’s interest in Asian design is evident in her Macon home’s decor. A few years ago, two rooms in her home were painted Chinese red, a warm color that enlivens the spaces in the daylight and subdues the mood at night. WOODY MARSHALL wmarshall@macon.com

Considering the essence of color

August 12, 2015 10:51 PM