For years, there has been a laser focus on minimalism, the “less is more” approach to design. Now, many are taking an opposing approach toward MAXIMALISM – which means there is more of everything: color, patterns, and general abundance. The result? A room that’s fully reflective of YOU. Check out these 5 ways to keep this "more is more" approach fresh and modern.
Whether you need easy tips to help your client create a more sustainable home, or you are a DIYer with a clear vision in mind, we have effortless ways to incorporate sustainable design elements in your home.
Our color of the year for 2020 is Salty Brine, C2-701. This rich hue floats effortlessly between green and blue, giving it a richness and depth that can only be found in nature. Like water, it is fluid and diverse, carrying organic notes that honor the natural world. This soothing color provides an inspiring backdrop to our search for global solutions that protect the environment, as the focus towards sustainability becomes more of a daily intention. Salty Brine’s complex undertones emit a harmonic frequency to aid in our journey for deeper meaning and purpose beyond material possessions.
What lies between violet and green on the spectrum of visible light? The most popular color on the spectrum: Blue. One of the three primary colour pigments in painting and traditional colour theory as well as in the RGB colour model, it consistently ranks as the most popular colour in America
While white is often considered a simple color, choosing the right white paint color can be quite confusing. White’s infinite range and numerous undertones confirm the complexities of working with this shade, reminding us of the mysteries it possesses. We have some tips to help you choose the perfect shade.
The premise of investing in a smaller home is that it allows you to simplify life and consume less. The motivation can be financial, environmental, or simply wanting more freedom from the conventional way of life. To be able to do the things you really want to do without feeling physically and financially trapped.