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2020 Color of the Year: Sherwin-Williams’ Naval SW 6244

  • Megan Bartholomew
  • Color
  • Sep 30, 2019

This week, Sherwin-Williams announced their pick for 2020’s color of the year: Naval SW 6244, a deep, rich hue prepared for glamour and serenity alike.  In Sherwin-Williams’ inspiration shots, you can see Naval paired with luxury materials, such as marble and mixed metallics for those with high-style, Art-Deco tastes. But if you’re hoping for a room…

Yellow Gets A Green Light

  • Brad Mee
  • Color
  • May 23, 2019

Yellow fans take note: The proverbial sunshine color is getting a verdant update. Chartreuse to chamomile, peridot to sprout, today’s yellows are a little edgier, a little crisper, a little fresher—that is to say, a little greener. Ready to give these lively shades a go? Power Couples

The Power of Pink

Event design pros Amanda Hansen and Mara Marian celebrate the power of pink by creating florals and décor details profuse with the lively, all-the-rage color. The talented duo offers insight into using and choosing this oft under-appreciated color and give tips on making it part of your palette. While your back was turned, pink has…

Color Crush: Play with Clay

  • Brad Mee
  • Color
  • Jan 3, 2019

The best way to refresh last year’s décor is to introduce this year’s “it” colors. Topping 2019’s hot list is clay. Can you dig it? In shades ranging from terra-cotta to brick, burnt sienna to adobe, the color’s down-to-earth variations deliver natural warmth and character to spaces of all styles. 1. Italian Clay Prima Alpaca…

Pantone 2019 Color of the Year: Living Coral

  • Megan Bartholomew
  • Color
  • Dec 6, 2018

The color experts at Pantone have announced their shade PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral as the color of the year for 2019. Coral, a bright, eye-catching shade of orange with golden undertones, embraces any space with warmth and life. Pantone selected the shade as a response to “the onslaught of digital technology and social media increasingly embedding…

Nature is Calling

  • Brad Mee
  • Color
  • Nov 7, 2018

More natural, more nurturing, more from-the-earth – when it comes to green, that’s what’s taking root in many of today’s most freshly styled spaces. 1. Chartreuse Prima Alpaca Stripe, Sandra Jordan 2. Cottage Twill Wool, Holland & Sherry 3. Tweed Forest Green Windowpane, Holland & Sherry 4. Olive Prima Alpaca, Sandra Jordan 5. Fruit, Morris…

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