Color Forecast + Trends
With warmer weather and flowers in bloom it can be tempting to call upon the slate of tried and true pastels for some spring color inspiration. We’ve put together a list of spring color trends to look out for that range from pastels to bold tones.
For the Hyatt Regency Hotel, in the heart of Amsterdam’s lush Plantage neighborhood, Rive Roshan envisioned a fantastical future for botanicals. Through their work, visitors to the hotel are whisked away to a dreamy and dynamic botanical world.
It’s been an uncharacteristically rainy season this winter. The results of which lush and verdant landscapes are just around the corner. So while green is a color often associated with spring and nature’s renewal our March Color of the Month, Verde (DE5627), is an especially prescient pick this year.
The annual spring Modernism Week show in Palm Springs kicked off Feb. 11 and lasted 11 days, offering a host of events and tours highlighting the Mid-century Modern era indicative of the Coachella Valley. As annual sponsors, Dunn-Edwards was proud to return to support many of these events and tours.
The Winter 2019 Las Vegas Market was five days of cutting-edge discoveries in furniture, bedding, lighting, flooring, and home décor spread across three buildings and another three pavilions.
When we think of February, we can’t help but think of Valentine’s Day. So with that in mind, Dunn-Edwards Paints has selected Heart Throb (DET412), one of our classic reds, as our February Color of the Month.
At the end of the month designers and buyers will gather in Las Vegas for the Las Vegas Market expo which runs from January 27-31. It’s the place to see newly-released home décor products and key design trends on the West Coast.
We took a look at what designers and trade publications are predicting and selected the five biggest trends you can expect to see in 2019.
New year, new coat of paint. What better way to start the year than with January’s Color of the Month, Snow Lodge (DE5799).
Working on a kitchen remodel or planning a client’s new build? We’ve selected five colors that will take it from bland to bold in 2019.