Right now, we’re all about bringing a dose of playfulness and joy into your home via design. Try these summer color palettes for a little sunny inspiration.
The pandemic has not only influenced design itself, it has changed the way in which designers themselves work and present their visions to clients.
In a city as glitzy as Las Vegas, packed full of entertainment and hotels that vie for attention, it takes a lot for a project to garner attention. But that’s exactly what Las Vegas’ latest luxury show house accomplishes.
The exuberance we feel in getting outdoors and rediscovering a larger world is reflected in our June Color of the Month, Summer Sun (DE5405).
The methodical and scientific approach of color-matching at Kelso Depot helped Dunn-Edwards build a truly authentic historic color collection, complete with historically accurate tones of the Spanish Revival style.
Neu Traditions coincided with a trend House Beautiful coined "Grandmillennial" — a feminine design ethos cropping up in the homes of older millennials, those in their late 20s to late-30s.
Employees and employers will be returning to brick and mortar workplaces and office buildings. How do we design or redesign these spaces knowing that social-distancing tactics and an increased emphasis on sanitation will be a new way of life for the foreseeable future?
When ecommerce coupon start-up Honey opened a new Santa Barbara, Calif. office, the hot tech company was faced with 18,000 square feet of blank canvas.To help flesh out the new space, the company contacted local Santa Barbara-based artist and graphic designer Beau Brown to create custom wall murals for its new digs.
We’re crushing on Perfect Palette’s® heavenly Purple Springs (DE5955) for May’s color of the month. The special color of purple conjures images of the vast lavender fields in Provence, France and reminds us that we will travel and explore once again.
If you’re a fan of Mid-century design, chances are you probably have a love for Scandinavian design.