Concluding our color series…
Images Courtesy Walt Disney Pictures and 20th Century Fox.
Inspired by the bold, digitally enhanced hues we’ve seen in such popular media as Alice in Wonderland and Avatar, this palette is for the fearless colorist. This palette draws from global influences, such as the Cynical Realism art movement of Urban China and the carnaval spirit of Rio de Janeiro. It also takes cues from rebellious grafitti and digitally enhanced technology. This palette celebrates shaking off what feels safe and familiar in favor of a bolder, more avant-garde scheme.
Our showroom’s modestly sized convenience kitchen has been redesigned in the Bold Invention palette and combines the bold colors of Sherwin Williams’ final forecasted palette. Open shelving offers a clean, contemporary space to display shiny white ceramic against an active, multi colored glass subway tile splash. High gloss, painted gray base cabinets with white laquer counter tops, stainless appliances and Platino Metalwood tile floors offer a neutral, welcome relief to this otherwise color saturated palette. Unique materials made by 3-form bring new dimension to the space, with a polyester textile ceiling treatment in Green Apple and island panels reminicent of graffiti. Brightly colored mid century Panton stacking chairs look decidedly modern against a chrome and glass table. Flexible seating is offered by the bright mustard ottomans beneath the naked window.
Finishes Featuring: 3-form Parametre Hexa in Apple Green, Metalwood Tile in Platino, Eheart Essentials Leightonwood Cabinetry in Deep Caviar on Maple (Square Raised Panel with 3.5″ stile and rail), Glass Reflections subway tile in GR03, GR05, GR06, GR14, GR16, Hanstone Aurora Snow solid surface, 3 form Eco Resin VAria Connection in Passion, Julien Glassic 0201 Stainless Sink with integrated faucet. Range by Richmond Stoves 1100 DFT Duel Fuel Range in Sushi. Successi Cabinet Hardware in High Gloss White by Atlas Homewares
Furniture and Accessories Featuring: Panton Stacking Chairs, Flower Table by Global Views, Trapunto Ottoman in Mustard, 9002 Stratosphere Chandelier by Currey and Company, Pop Art Mirror in Blue, Orange, Yellow, and Red by Global Views.
Missed our other forecasted palettes? Catch up with Gentle Medley, Restless Nomad and Purely Refined.
Continuing our color forecast series from last week and the week before…
Redefining luxury to reveal it’s pedigree through clean, classic lines, exquisite tailoring, and handcrafted heirloom quality, the Purely Refined palette proves that pared down is the new upscale. Understated neutrals, layering, organic textures, and subtle detailing add to the natural elegance of this timeless look.
Our showroom’s modestly sized convenience kitchen has been redesigned in the Purely Refined palette. Handcrafted Leightonwood cabinets in a rich sage finish with a mocha glaze anchor the space with a splash of color that isn’t loud or pushy. An island finished in deep gray tones down the colors of the room. Rustic hickory floors in a soft navy finish are an unexpected yet tasteful choice for flooring. A handmade pedestal table with a multi-step glazing process and a driftwood bunching chest polish the room’s furnishings and offer texture. The finishes are laid out in the showroom–come check it out this week!
Finishes Featuring: Floorcraft Hickory in Carbine Bolero, Cabinetry by Eheart Essentials in Leightonwood Sage Green and Deep Caviar with Chocolate Glaze on Maple, Crossville Savoy Subway Tile in Sea Mist, Interceramic Glow Accent Tile, Countertops in Concrete Bespoke color 607 by Sonoma Cast Stone Company.
Furniture, Fabrics and Accessories Featuring: Rug by Kathy Ireland Home in Royal Shimmer by Shaw Flooring Company, Drapes in Borzoi Honey Sage by Fabricut, Chair Seat in Bakery Linen by Fabricut, Chair Back in Drakes Pearl by Fabricut, Twilight Bay Bunching Chest in Driftwood by Lexington Furniture, Serpentine Table in Blue Denim by Lorts Fine Furniture, Summerhill Upholstered Cameo Side Chair in Ivory by Universal Furniture, Vinatta Faucet in Stainless by Kohler, Olde World Appliance Pulls in Pewter by Atlas Homewares, Legacy Distressed 332-P by Atlas Homewares, Symposium 5-Pendant Light by Europhase Lighting Illuminations; Medium and Large Amethyst Fluted Vases by Bassett Furniture.
Continuing our four-week series for Sherwin Williams’ 2011 Color Forecast from last week…
In a global society connected by fast-paced technology, everyone now has access to the vibrant, eclectic mix found throughout other cultures. This pallette pulls especially from Morocco, Turkey, and Persia’s eclectic mix of earthy, vibrant and dark colors and includes ethnic patterns, exotic animal skins, aged leathers, patchwork and tapestries.
Our showroom’s modestly sized convenience kitchen has been transformed with this pallette and these influences in mind. Rich, blackberry glazed cabinets anchor this kitchen and are contrasted by an amber stranded bamboo floor. A wall tile with the texture of leather is complemented by a colorful collection of deco tiles which pop off of the espirito santo granite countertops. A solid two-tone trestle table juxtaposes spindley alchemy green Ceylon chairs. A leather sideboard studded with nailheads brings richness to the space. Colorful draperies are reminiscent of tapestries, while a bamboo shade provides texture and light control. We have all the finishes laid out in our showroom. Come check it out this week!
Fixtures and Finishes Featuring: Espirito Santo granite; Bollywood Beauties cabinetry hardware by Atlas Homewares; Muirfield Meditteraean Faucet by Moen; Suede Walltile in Maronne; Mandalay Onyx bamboo blind by Hunter Douglas; Castilla, Cuna, Nueve, Reyes, Santos Deco Tiles by Seville, Stranded Bamboo in Java by Teragren.
Furniture, Fabrics and Accessories Featuring: Alhambra Pendant by Currey; Drapes by Lexington; Tortola Leather chest by Lexington Furniture; Couristan Orange Blossom rug in multi; Ceylon chair by Lexington Furniture in green (shown in red); Seat Fabric by Lexington; Great Continent Storage Boxes by Global Views; Trestle Table by Bassett Furniture.
Taking it’s inspiration from a day spent at the antique store and the whimsical palette that reminds us of easier times, this color scheme, designed by Sherwin Williams, incorporates a series of innocent and flirty colors that are thoroughly modern. Elements of this color scheme include vintage florals, dragonfly, butterfly, and leaf motifs, mismatched flea-market finds, hand tinted photos and maps.
Our showroom’s modestly sized convenience kitchen has been transformed to the Gentle Medley color scheme. We have all the finishes laid out in the showroom. Come check it out this week!
Fixtures, Finishes, and Fabrics Featuring: Ceramic Colormix 1 x 1 mosaic, Tiffany Gray by Hanstone solid surface, Austen Large Oval Pull by Atlas Homewares in Brushed Nickel (shown in oil rubbed bronze), Armstrong Virginia Vintage Maple in Oyster, Couristan Meshed Mocha rug, Parq faucet by Kohler in brushed nickel, Desert Bloom by Massoud draperies, Marley Willow by Massoud chair upholstery.
Furniture and Accessories Featuring: 1622 Wing Chair by Sherrill Furniture; Long Cove Fall River Round Dining Table in Moss (shown in white) by Lexington Furniture; Hall Table by Paula Deen for Universal Furniture; Bellamy Lantern by Currey and Company; Marine Magnolia Ceramic Lighting by Lazy Susan (shown in white); Blue Bird Vase by Global Views.