When ecommerce coupon start-up Honey opened a new Santa Barbara, Calif. office, the hot tech company was faced with 18,000 square feet of blank canvas.To help flesh out the new space, the company contacted local Santa Barbara-based artist and graphic designer Beau Brown to create custom wall murals for its new digs.
Launched in June 2020, our color + design trends report, Optimistic Endeavors: Tales of Tomorrow, highlighted five stories of optimism for a new decade through color and design. We uncovered several key consumer viewpoints that are helping us evolve, as well as validate, many of the trends launched last year.
We’re crushing on Perfect Palette’s® heavenly Purple Springs (DE5955) for May’s color of the month. The special color of purple conjures images of the vast lavender fields in Provence, France and reminds us that we will travel and explore once again.
A growing law center helping advance the rights of low-income immigrants transforms into a serene sanctuary.
At the base of the Mount San Jacinto Mountains, nestled in Palm Springs’ The Mesa neighborhood, is Mesa Modern, an exceptional home highlighted by an extraordinary desert-scape and luxury design.
Hidden on a side street in the Palm Springs enclave of Little Tuscany sits The Gillman Residence, an historic home designed by Mid-century modern architect Herbert Burns. Dunn-Edwards, as the exclusive paint sponsor of Modernism Week, supplied the paint and historic color assistance. We're proud to have been a participant in this historical renovation.
A variety of colors come to life during spring, while some of them might be bold purples and dark pinks, nothing speaks to the freshness of the spring season like pastels. Their soft watercolor-like hues contrast against vibrant green leaves and complement gentle spring sunshine, which is why we’ve named Hint of Spring (DE5512) April’s Color of the Month.
Whether you already had a dedicated home office or are setting up a makeshift workspace in your home, we’ll explore how color can be utilized to both increase calm in this time of uncertainty, and also aid productivity.
When vintage-loving stylist and photographer, Krys Melo, and her husband closed on their 1958 home in Palm Springs, Melo knew she had a lot of work to do to bring the home back to its Mid-century modern glory.
One of these historic resources cataloged was the Grokowsky House located in South Pasadena, California. The Grokowsky House served as important cultural and colorful touchstone, allowing Dunn-Edwards and ARG to gather samples and cross-reference historic yellows, reds, browns and other warm neutrals original to the home and its time period in order to build our truly authentic historic color collection.