Most of all, we love seeing Dunn-Edwards paint in action. Therefore, we’re rounding-up of our some of our favorite uses of Dunn-Edwards on Instagram.
Therefore, we recently noted the hottest hospitality design trends unveiled at HD Expo in Las Vegas. There is, however, one hot hotel trend we’ve yet to discuss: pop-up hotels.
Have you ever wondered how the correlation between color and mood affects interior design? There is, in fact, a link between color, our behavior, and our psychology.
Amina Mucciolo, of the whimsical design firm Studio Mucci, recently embarked on a six-day long journey with her husband to paint and redecorate their 650 square-foot loft in Los Angeles. With Amina’s creative background, she understands the importance of top-quality paint.
The 2017 Hospitality Design Expo was three days of color, texture, and emerging design trends for the hospitality industry. This year’s expo in Las Vegas hosted a unique combination of true leaders and creative risk-takers all innovating when it comes to hospitality design trends. Dunn-Edwards was privileged take part, showcasing one of this year’s hottest color trends, our 2017 Color of the Year Honey Glow (DE5354).
May’s color of the month is First Lilac (DE5981) . This hot color trend is evokes elegance and grace. First Lilac is the ideal shade of purple that easily finds a balance between spring and summer.
There may be no bigger color trend right now than the one taking place among exterior walls. Creating the perfect sought-after space in the built environment is fraught with many considerations — material, commercial paint color, lighting, sound, location, and people.
At Dunn-Edwards, we’re always on top of the latest trends in hotel and restaurant architecture. As a result, you’ll find Dunn-Edwards Paints showcasing the latest color trends for hospitality design at this year’s HD Expo in booth 2365.
While the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival has always revolved around music, the festival’s most unique and enduring images – and those most likely to grace fans’ selfies and profile pictures – are the large-scale art installations.
Springtime is in full bloom and it’s time to update home and building exteriors with the latest in exterior color palettes. Grays, blues and greens continuing to trend, as well as yellow-influenced hues and deeper browns. With so many fresh ways to show off color for exteriors, shown here are a range of schemes to inspire: