Color Forecast + Trends
This week, interior designer Ammie Kim reveals the backstory about the epic mural in her dining room design for the 2020 Showcase House of Design.
Solibre is a story of overcoming our fears and transferring these negative emotions into a new freedom of ideas for sustainable practices, self-optimization and adaptive design. A push forward to innovate on the edge of uncertain times, ideas are free to flow, liberated from fear.
Above the bustle of Sunset Boulevard sits a beautifully restored Mid-century home in the community of Los Feliz, Calif. Rebecca and Jared Raskind, the renovation dream duo we’ve been following for a while, have completed their latest project “Luxe Los Diegos.”
Querencia: a place from which one’s strength is drawn, where one feels at home; the place where you are your most authentic self.
Living in the American West affords variety in climate, geography, and culture. At no time is this variety more pronounced than during the winter months and Santa Fe, Aspen and Vail provide the best in world-class cuisine, architecture and the arts.
Introducing “Color + Design 2021: An Exhibition of Color.” This year marks a period of reflection and renewal and, as we move through this new decade, we are facing the repercussions of a global pandemic and chaos. Yet, great challenges are often followed by a period of reflection and radical transformation. What have we learned? What will we change? Can we heal?
Dunn-Edwards is proud to announce its partnership with Lamps Plus in the creation of a new, limited-edition collection of Color Plus™ lamps and Art Shade lamp shades — which highlight five extraordinary hues from our 2021 color + design Trends Report. This collection is now available on LampsPlus.com and at Lamps Plus stores.
October’s color of the month Rosewine (DE5019), continues the exploration into fall’s drama and depth, which began last month.
In looking at what’s relevant this fall, Dunn-Edwards color expert and stylist Sara McLean identified that residential design is booming and that it's being approached in two ways — creating peaceful, soothing environments and schemes that enhance positivity and energy, or with design that incorporates dynamic color pops. Here are the trends we’re seeing in dining room refreshes right now.
What better way to beautify a city than to start from the ground up, which is exactly what Palm Springs has done with a new public art initiatives. The city, in partnership with the Palm Springs Public Art Commission (PSPAC), invited artist Knight to paint ten benches in his striking colorful pop-art-meets-street-art style.