When it comes to products and services, phrases like “environmentally-friendly” and “sustainable” have been knocking at our collective consumer consciousness for years but, perhaps today more than ever, companies and governments are embracing these values as guiding principles in their work.
The weather is warming, the days are growing longer and the flowers are blooming. Say hello to the first signs of spring! With this new season, many homeowners decide its time to refresh their home’s exterior.
San Francisco’s Maritime Museum, housed in the Aquatic Park Bathhouse Building, is an exceptional example of Streamline Moderne architecture, with its lean curving lines, rounded edges, and nautical theme. As prime example of Art Moderne, the building played a large role in identifying a number historically accurate Then, Now & Forever® paint colors to the Art Moderne era.
When it comes to design, we often think of it as a crucial element in homes, hotels, and restaurants, but curated design can be a powerful tool for medical offices and practitioners as well.
This October, Dunn-Edwards supported the non-profit Ladies Who Paint and their female artist-only mural festival in San Diego. Dunn-Edwards had the pleasure of supplying paint to the ten diverse artists who added beauty to San Diego’s East Village in the form of large-scale murals.
When house guests come to visit the new home of Sub Folk Collective’s Steven Miller in Los Angeles’s Echo Park neighborhood, he’ll offer them more than just a spare bed to crash in. This is the second guest bedroom Miller designed using Dunn-Edwards paints.
The annual spring Modernism Week show in Palm Springs kicked off Feb. 11 and lasted 11 days, offering a host of events and tours highlighting the Mid-century Modern era indicative of the Coachella Valley. As annual sponsors, Dunn-Edwards was proud to return to support many of these events and tours.
During the Modernism Week festival, participants explored the colorful and unique doors of the Indian Canyons neighborhood during the Palm Springs Door Tour, presented by Dunn-Edwards Paints and curated by Palm Springs Style.
Murals can breathe new life into public spaces, especially when they use vibrant colors and creative themes. One might even say that murals are conduits, helping to conduct the electric, or creative energy of a city or neighborhood.
Highlighted among the home tours is the latest Desert Eichler property developed by KUD Properties. This newly built residence is a replica of the original homes designed by Joseph Eichler but modernized for today’s standard of living.