Recently the Kramers, local Long Beach, Calif. real estate agents and Mid-century Modern experts, purchased one of these Cliff May properties and transformed it into a modern jewel. With paint products and colors by Dunn-Edwards, here’s a look at the transformation.
We recently unveiled our 2019 Color of the Year, Spice of Life (DET439), and partnered with Jason Lai of L2 Interiors to see how the hue inspired him to create a fresh and cozy design aesthetic for his new home.
Halloween has become one of the biggest festivities for Americans in the past few years. Here are seven top trending Halloween design themes to inspire you this year.
Danielle Lombard, star of Bachelor in Paradise, talks about designing her first Los Angeles condo. She came to Dunn-Edwards for help.
Designed by Japanese architect Kengo Kuma, the V&A Dundee contains Scotland’s first design museum and seeks to investigate the international importance of design while presenting the country’s outstanding achievements in the field.
Retailer H&M is known for its fashion and collaborations with prestigious brands like Versace. Given that these latest design offerings may make their way into your fall redesign, we’re sharing some of the very best Dunn-Edwards paint colors to complement it these fall favorites.
Songwriter and stylist Kate Mack recently gave her home a vivid transformation with Dunn-Edwards Paints.
October has a way of drawing out our creative spirit and hunger for fun. That’s why we’ve selected October Haze (DE5171), a hue that will inspire you to create, as our Color of the Month.
“Sojourn,” our fifth trend story, focuses on naturalistic, earthy expressions that remind us that we are all makers at heart. Authentically redesigned, this trend is infused with sunny conviviality, well-crafted design, heritage ornamentation and modernity.
What better way to complement Hawaii’s stunning landscape than with equally beautiful interiors? Waikiki’s new Shoreline Hotel, designed by BHDM, does just that. Located a stone’s throw from Honolulu’s famous beach, the hotel’s neon, bold shades echo the island’s tropical flora and fauna and has been dubbed “the most instagrammable hotel in Hawaii."