Color + Global Views
As we steadily move forward through this New Year and re-examine our 2020 color + design trends forecast, here are five color and design styles that are most certainly leading the way.
March is an invigorating month in the calendar year, which is why March’s color of the month is Minty Fresh (DE5687).
We’re diving a little deeper into the world of restaurant design to get a sense of how design, and its by-products, can help these hospitality establishments succeed in a crowded field.
Calling all aficionados of architecture and design! The annual celebration of Mid-century modern history and homes is right around the corner, and the projects are close to completion. Here’s a handy list of Dunn-Edwards-sponsored projects to add to your modernist list.
Japanese design office id has skillfully incorporated Minty Fresh into Sumiyoshido Kampo Lounge, creating a simple and elegant clinic for acupuncture and moxibustion.
As a design professional you’re no doubt the kind of who stays on the cutting edge of the latest design trends and design product releases. Design festivals can be an integral part of keeping up with it all. From walls and flooring, commercial to residential, historic to modern, and everything in between, we’ve got a round-up of five design festivals you won’t want to miss in 2020.
As we begin this New Year, we focus on the exciting shifts happening in restaurant architecture. Taking cues from a wide range of sources — from minimalism and material, to color and symbolism — the trends are ushering in the next decade of design excellence!
Dunn-Edwards® 2020 Color of the Year, Minty Fresh (DE5687), captures the enthusiasm and optimism of a new decade. Applying this color in design seeks to create measured rhythm out of chaos, with health and wellness at a central place in design planning.
It’s no wonder November’s Color of the Month is Harvest Time (DE5208), a creamy orange shade somewhere between pumpkin and butternut squash that lends an instant sense of welcome and comfort to design.
The annual autumn sneak peek into Modernism Week, aptly titled “Fall Preview,” took place Oct. 18-20, highlighting its signature mix of design and architectural talks and tours against the backdrop of balmy Palm Springs.