We sat down with Orange County-based Lindye Galloway Interiors to discuss the firm’s recent redesign of a Newport Beach, California home.
April’s versatility and joyful nature is why we chose Spring Buttercup (DE5310) as this month’s color.
What better way to welcome guests into your home than by telling them a story? Steven Miller’s latest interior design project — his own guest bedroom redesign in Los Angeles’ Highland Park neighborhood— incorporates thrift finds, textiles, art and other collectibles that serve as reminders of where the designer and his partner have been.
For as long as we can remember (well, certainly the last decade at least) every blog — design or otherwise — has espoused the virtues of the color-blocked bookshelf, and in particular the rainbow-hued version.
Anderson’s films are widely known for their very specific color palettes. In fact, his films consistently showcase a detailed use of color, which invariably define the self-contained, whimsical and fictional worlds for which his films are famous.
March’s Color of the Month also doubles as 2018’s Color of the Year, which is the ever so Parisian and serene, The Green Hour (DET544).
Springtime is upon us, and with this new season comes flowers, sunshine and you guessed it, pastels. We’re loving this color trend right now, and pastel colors can be more mature than you might expect.
Color is perhaps the most important part of a design. It sets the tone for the entire project. It’s no wonder then that picking out your paint colors can take a fair amount of research. After all, the right color helps to convey the desired mood, or atmosphere, of a space.
Some view decorating with the color red as a challenge. At Dunn-Edwards, we see it as an opportunity to go bold and take advantage of one of the hottest (no pun intended) colors right now.
Trends have a history of repeating themselves. And, when it comes to the latest trend we’re seeing come back, we’ve got no complaints. Please meet 2018’s version of this 90’s classic, velvet.