Color + Architecture
There may be no bigger color trend right now than the one taking place among exterior walls. Creating the perfect sought-after space in the built environment is fraught with many considerations — material, commercial paint color, lighting, sound, location, and people.
At Dunn-Edwards, we’re always on top of the latest trends in hotel and restaurant architecture. As a result, you’ll find Dunn-Edwards Paints showcasing the latest color trends for hospitality design at this year’s HD Expo in booth 2365.
Springtime is in full bloom and it’s time to update home and building exteriors with the latest in exterior color palettes. Grays, blues and greens continuing to trend, as well as yellow-influenced hues and deeper browns. With so many fresh ways to show off color for exteriors, shown here are a range of schemes to inspire:
A quick and easy guide to choosing the best, historically accurate paint colors.
Healthcare is a large part of our daily lives, and designers continue to provide unique, inspirational spaces to promote healing.
Two properties introduced at the festival were Desert Eichler 4 and 5, developed by KUD Properties, Inc., the exclusive builder of Desert Eichler homes in the Palm Springs area.
The Pasadena Showcase House for the Arts is celebrating 53 years of highlighting the best in design and Pasadena architectural history through showcasing the renovation of another historical gem.
Jackie Thomas and Deeann McCoy of Thomboy Properties, Inc., debuted the historic Rennick House during Modernism Week, highlighting the 11-day festival with a perfectly remodeled property fit for the Mid-century modern attendees to view.
Making a splash in the desert for its 12th year, Modernism Week’s signature February festival highlighted Mid-century modern architecture, art, interior and landscape design, and vintage culture in the Palm Springs area of Southern California.
During the recent, annual, 11-day Modernism Week festival, Dunn-Edwards Paints presented a self-guided bike tour of 13 vibrantly colorful painted doors in the Indian Canyons neighborhood of Palm Springs.