Color + Design
The month of June kicks off those warm, lazy summer nights, which makes Summer Night (DE5811) the perfect color of the month.
Dunn-Edwards recently participated as a proud sponsor of the 8th annual LA Design Festival centering around downtown's hip ROW DTLA. With over 50 events across Los Angeles, Dunn-Edwards helped kicked off the festivities by giving attendees a sneak peek at the color and design trends professionals can expect to see in 2019.
Dorothy Willetts, ASID, NCIDQ, is a California-based designer and owner of Willetts Design & Associates. For a recent project Willets created the bedroom look to demonstrate how artwork can fit into everyday living.
Classic country characteristics work beautifully in contemporary settings and are used by some of the finest interior designers to create eclectic spaces. This notion is explored in our next color and design trend, "Charms of Country Life."
Our first story, called Extreme Odyssey, is inspired by embracing visionary experimentation with influences of exploration to the furthest reaches of sea and sky. Innovations in architecture and design embrace a minimalist or dreamlike and surreal aesthetic.
We know that the thought of using lavender to create a mature space can be enough to give some anxiety. Just keep scrolling and let us help you figure out how to effectively upgrade your space by using lavender.
Because Target’s newest collection may very well be making its way into your design plans, we’re offering you some of the very best Dunn-Edwards paints to pair with the collection.
Dunn-Edwards Paints was proud to be among the approximately 300 hospitality design experts showcasing at the 2018 Boutique Design West (BD West) at the Los Angeles Convention center.
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.