Color Forecast + Trends
Color is perhaps the most important part of a design. It sets the tone for the entire project. It’s no wonder then that picking out your paint colors can take a fair amount of research. After all, the right color helps to convey the desired mood, or atmosphere, of a space.
Some view decorating with the color red as a challenge. At Dunn-Edwards, we see it as an opportunity to go bold and take advantage of one of the hottest (no pun intended) colors right now.
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.
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).
After careful examination of color trends in modern fashion, lifestyle and culture, we are confirming our picks for the hues that will be influential and popular in design this year.
Due to the stressful lives that we lead, an emphasis is placed on the need to "escape" the everyday and to experience true relaxation, indulging in simple pleasures alone or with family and friends. Each space should be designed with this in mind.
Year after year, Los Angeles residents flock to shopping areas such as the Grove and Rodeo to not only purchase the latest items, but view the Instagram-worthy spectacles that light up the store windows.
Winter is coming. With the winter solstice quickly approaching on on December 21st, we’re taking a look at some winter-inspired color palettes to help guide you this holiday season.
The winter holidays are back and better than ever! With an abundance of trend themes taking center stage this season, here are some of our favorites to inspire you to demonstrate your favorites.
We all know and have grown to love the trend that is Millennial Pink. But it may be time for the soft rose hue to move over and make room for a new trend. That’s right, make way for Gen Z Yellow.