Dunn-Edwards recently introduced Improved Performance EVERSHIELD®, an ultra-premium, exterior, ultra-low VOC paint line that is formulated with 100%-acrylic technology.
Springtime is in full swing, and clients are ready to refresh their homes’ exteriors. Perhaps the fronts of their homes are looking a little faded or they want to add a pop of color for some street-side style. Either way, now is the time to get them ready.
"Social Architecture" is the conscious designing of physical space to optimize human interaction and connect to its surroundings. This notion is explored in our next Color and Design Trend, "Folk Heritage." Designers who utilize this trend feature local materials throughout the interiors and embrace urban agriculture, sustainability and reuse.
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.
The recent Spring Modernism Show in Palm Springs, Calif., provided an abundance of opportunities to view Mid-century architecture and design. One of the highlights during the event's variety of tours was "Hidden Frey."
This year we celebrate the 54th year of the Pasadena Showcase House of Design. As one of the oldest, largest and most successful house and garden tours in the nation, the Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts committee is ready to open this year's tour on April 22, 2018.
In partnership with Dunn-Edwards, the new face of Art Share L.A. has been unveiled to Angelenos. The exterior mural, created by Danish urban artist Mikael B. makes the walls of Art Share L.A. once again an emblematic part of the Los Angeles architectural landscape.
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.