Time to schedule your next trip to Spain! Located in Villares de la Reina, next to the A-62 motorway (which connects France to Portugal), stands the Resotel – Racing Dreams; a technicolor, motor sports-themed, 11-room boutique hotel over a gas station.
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.
Today, February 16, marks the Chinese New Year, which celebrates the Year of the Dog, and triggers one of the most colorful and exuberant global events of the year.
February is the month that we, of course, celebrate Valentine’s Day. Like most holidays, there are colors we often associate with the day and in the case of Valentine’s Day, we’re no doubt talking about reds and pinks. They are the tones that conjure images of love, relationships, and romance. That is why this February, we’re highlighting one major red that perfectly combines the best of both pink and red, Amour (DE5104).
Happy Valentine’s Day! To celebrate, here are four color palettes to inspire and make your day a colorful one.
Happy Mardi Gras! This rich, historical festival tradition is traced back to medieval Europe and through the ages was brought to an area of land 60 miles south of New Orleans, Louisiana in 1699 by French-Canadian explore Jean Baptiste Le Moyne Sieur de Bienville. In 1703, this tiny settlement, called Fort Louis de la Mobile, celebrated America’s first Mardi Gras.
All eyes will be on the city of Pyeongchang, South Korea, this month as athletes from around the world compete in the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Palm Springs is alive with a colorful rebirth of Mid-century gems. Case in point: the Sunrise L’anai. In partnership with Dunn-Edwards, this historic condominium complex recently completed an exterior renovation.
During the past few months, a colorful renewal has taken place in Palm Springs. In partnership with Dunn-Edwards, The Saguaro Hotel set out to repaint its exterior color palette, highlighting the fourteen hues inspired by local desert wildflowers and plants envisioned by the architects.
The 2018 LA Art Show, which took place January 10th-14th, presented works from influential underground galleries and international heavyweights, spanning Picasso to pop surrealism, street art to official government exhibitions, with an increased focus on Asia and Latin America.