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Trends vs Tastes

Deciphering design trends from design tastes

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Deciphering design trends from design tastes

With all the marketing material, colours and new products that are available, it can be daunting. And, as design professionals we need to decipher it all, and recommend colour stories and design that is both trend worthy and true to our clients’ tastes.

Authenticity

Incorporating both trends and taste into a design, inspires our creativity with the need to allow our clients’ individuality and unique style to come through. We are seeing more of this authenticity in current design, incorporating artful arrangements of statement pieces that are unique to the client.

As designers, we can benefit from the collaborative research of the Color Marketing Group, which indicates the direction that colour will be taking for up to three years in advance of it reaching the marketplace. By understanding the forces of social, political, economic and environmental influences that drive these colour trends, we can then use that to build colour palettes that have meaning and longevity.

Connectivity

We have a need to stay connected, and with the push and pull of technology, it, too, impacts colour trends. We are all so attached to our devices, and the instant connectivity that it provides. However, we are also looking for an escape from it, and a stronger connection to nature and simpler times.

Health and Green Living

A return to home gardening has become more prevalent with the continued focus on health and wellness, and what we’re putting into our bodies. Preparing, and sharing, meals has always been a highlight of social gatherings. Gardens are being designed to accentuate our outdoor living spaces, as well. Even pots on the balcony are being filled with a mix of ornamental and edible plants. Gardening isn’t limited to outdoors. Lush, living walls are a definite feature. By incorporating shelving and the appropriate lighting, we can grow herbs and vegetables inside our homes. And, the fresh palette of the garden is trend-worthy. Greens and yellows are being used as an undertone, by transitioning the steely grey of the past several years and warming it with hints of yellow. Deep, rich hues, or light, pastel colours, inject a message of growth and optimism.

Nostalgia

A return to rusted, time-worn colours add richness and warmth, and a nod to the value of the past. Artisanal and home-made elements are making a comeback. By incorporating special mementos and heirloom items, clients are able to showcase these cherished items.

The new Terra Cotta serves as the perfect transition, and pairs seamlessly with the still-popular blush pinks, as well as fresher, lighter versions.

Earth

We are also seeing an emergence of natural materials, particularly wood mixed with polished and reflective surfaces. From rustic to refined, and casual to contemporary, wood adds a depth of texture.

Black has not gone out of style. The new, almost-black, is less harsh and grounds the environment, especially when paired with earth tones or pastels, and then dressed with satin gold to accentuate.

It’s important while offering a design reflecting current trends, that we tell the clients’ stories by creating unique spaces with the use of authentic pieces and colours that best reflect their personality.

JANICE FEDAK is a designer, trend researcher and speaker. She has a diverse background in Colour & Design and creates impactful and artistic residential, commercial and retail spaces.

She is the owner of Janice Fedak, Colour & Design in Toronto and shares her forecasts and inspiring insight through her training seminars, presentations and design consultations, across North America.

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Paint trends for 2020

Paint trends for 2020

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Paint trends for 2020

There’s a cohesive nature that securely ties the paint colours together for 2020. Each year, we wait for the major paint companies to reveal their picks. So many things influence these choices, but ultimately we seek to make our environments a place for calm reflection.

Chinese Porcelain

A blend of cobalt and moody ink blue suggests escapism with PPG’s Chinese Porcelain. “The faster technology moves and the more convenience it offers, the more we seek activities, experiences and lifestyles that impart slowness and realness into our lives,” says Dee Schlotter, senior colour manager, PPG paint brand. “The need for simplicity and escapism from technology is, in part, the reason that consumers are craving blues like Chinese Porcelain that bring us closer to natural elements such as the sea and sky – the horizon spot, creating serenity in any space.”

She recommends pairing Chinese Porcelain with decor in warm saffron and turmeric tones, such as lush drapes or velvet pillows. The hue also pairs well with leather accents and dusty sand tones for an attention-grabbing look.

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Honey I’m Home

Sold through Home Hardware, Beauti-Tone deferred to style guru Simon Chang, and their team, to come up with their colour of the year. Wrapping you up in a snuggly blanket, Honey I’m Home is like a great, big warm hug, according to Bev Bell, creative director, Beauti-Tone Paint and Home Products Division, Home Hardware Stores Limited.

“Like liquid amber for your walls, this warm, golden hue reflects the resurgence of camel in fashion and home,” says Chang. “It’s bold and pure, without being raw. It pairs beautifully with a wide range of colours, yet is buzz-worthy for its sweet simplicity.”

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First Light

With a new decade on the horizon, Benjamin Moore came up with a fresh approach to mark this milestone. First Light is a soft, rosy hue that blooms with potential. “We selected First Light as our colour of the year 2020 to represent a new dawn of idealism, design and living,” says Andrea Magno, director of colour marketing and development, Benjamin Moore. “It reflects a shift in mindset – from the material, to satisfying the core needs in life – community, comfort, security, self-expression, authenticity and, ultimately, optimism.”


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Spring Decor Trends

Spring decor trends – new colours to try in your home this season

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Spring decor trends – new colours to try in your home this season

From vibrant hues to more classic neutrals, this season Pantone offers up plenty of variety in its palette. Considered the global authority on all things colour, Pantone says 2019 spring décor trends will “reflect a desire to embolden ourselves as we face the future” with colour that transcends seasonality, while remaining dynamic without being too overpowering. This year, it’s all about providing a sense of confidence, while championing our creative spirits with unexpected combinations.

I have to say: I love the sentiment! Why wouldn’t we want to take charge of our futures full-steam ahead, and what better way for us to do that then to create a home that energizes us to do exactly that. It’s interesting – we don’t even realize most of the time just how impactful colour is on our daily lives – it can uplift our spirits to give us a sense of positivity and hopefulness, just as much as it can drag us down and leave us feeling, well, frankly, less than that. Colour has the ability to do that, so what I love mostly about this year’s Pantone selects is that there is plenty to choose from, so whatever your ideas are this season for some fresh spring décor trends in your own homes, you can cherry-pick whatever colours speak to you most to start the process.

Here’s some of my favourites:

Turmeric – This spice isn’t just good for your body it’s now considered a good option for your home, too! Love how energizing the orange is with that pungent, deep palette.

Pepper Stem – Earthy, but vivid. This yellow-green is meant to encourage our desire for nature’s healthy bounty.

Lemon Verbena – Anyone else think of the Amalfi Coast (and their lemons) when you look at this colour? Just gorgeous. So fresh and cheerful.

Toffee – Rich, just like the treat, but also a beautifully classic shade.

Pressed Rose – Ah! So romantic and pretty. The pressed rose is meant to strike feelings of sentimentality.

Soybean – You know I can’t walk away from a neutral! Soybean is a favourite: more subtle and versatile. I find it quite sophisticated actually.

Eclipse – Navy has been trending for a while now, and with good reason: It’s such a sumptuous, deep blue. It’s a bit sexy, isn’t it?

Sweet Corn – Love this name and love the colour even more: Soft, almost buttery, it’s a stand-out neutral in my opinion.

Lisa Rogers is the exclusive interior designer for Dunpar Homes.

Lisa has shared her style and design expertise on popular television programs, such as Canadian Living TV, House & Home TV and The Shopping Channel.

Lisa is one of the most familiar faces on CityTV’s Cityline as a regular guest expert for fashion and image, health and wellness and interior design.


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Colour Trends for 2019

Colour trends for 2019

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Colour trends for 2019

Announcing the choices for 2019 Colour of the Year from three of the top paint brands in Canada.


BENJAMIN MOORE

Benjamin Moore named Metropolitan, a stylish grey with cool undertones, as its Colour of the Year.

“Comforting, composed and effortlessly sophisticated, Metropolitan exudes beauty and balance,” says Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore director of strategic design intelligence. “It’s a colour in the neutral spectrum that references a contemplative state of mind and design. Not arresting nor aggressive, this understated yet glamorous grey creates a soothing, impactful common ground.”

The company also unveiled its Colour Trends 2019, a corresponding palette of 15 harmonious hues that further amplify the cultured grace of Metropolitan. Ranging from ethereal neutrals to frothy pinks to rich blues and greens.

Emphasizing the calming role grey plays in society, the Colour Trends 2019 colour card illustrates how to capture the coveted feeling of restorative quiet in any setting. Elements include the blending of heathered greys and soft linens to create an enveloping haze in a living room; utilizing reflective metallic accents and easygoing neutrals to add a comforting factor to a sleek kitchen; and creating a dose of modest allure to an elegant entryway by coating the walls, doors and trim in a bold navy blue.

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PPG

The most impactful colour trends for the upcoming year will be closely tied to nature, according to the colour experts at PPG, and the PPG paint brand’s 2019 Colour of the Year, Night Watch is leading the way. Hand-selected by PPG’s global colour experts, this rich, luxurious, and classic shade of green will be at the forefront of design trends in 2019, and it allows homeowners to emulate the feeling of lush greenery and the healing power of nature in their spaces.

“The restorative power of nature is important in society now more than ever,” says Dee Schlotter, PPG senior colour marketing manager. “Night Watch is about bringing the healing power from the outdoors into your home through colour. The dark green hue pulls our memories of natural environments to the surface to recreate the calming, invigorating euphoria we feel when in nature.”

“Night Watch’s ability to invoke a deep connection to nature is universal, which allows the hue to be versatile for a variety of spaces and design segments – from healthcare to commercial and residential design,” adds Schlotter. “The colour can be incorporated into interiors as a focal accent wall in a bedroom or dining room, and it pairs nicely with gold or brass accents and décor. It can be especially impactful in places without any view or tie to the outdoors, like the end of a windowless hallway of a hospital. For exteriors, Night Watch is a gorgeous alternative to the trending black or deepest blue-black, and it works well as an accent on doors and shutters.”

ppgvoiceofcolor.com/paint-color-of-the-year-2019


BEAUTI-TONE

Beauti-Tone is taking a more dramatic look at 2019 with the release of its Simon Chang 2019-20 Trend Colour Collection. Made up of 24 hues, some traditional, some contemporary — and some that are downright edgy — this collection features many shades that are even deeper, richer and more intense than on previous Beauti-Tone trend colour cards.

“Much like the way we Canadians are embracing our individuality and flexing our muscles when it comes to our independence, this colour collection sets the tone for being different and setting yourself apart. Out of the ordinary is the new normal,” says Bev Bell, creative director, Beauti-Tone, a division of Home Hardware Stores.

Canadians are embracing luscious, saturated colours, experimenting more and finding joy and excitement when it all works well.

“Nothing helps the psyche more than to add a bit of edginess, and to love the result,” adds Bell.

While many of the colours can be used to paint an entire room, others, like Beauti-Tone’s Colour of the Year, Tropic of Conversation are fun to play with, either as an accent wall, on furniture pieces and interior doors, or hidden spots like inside closets or drawers.

“This bold colour choice is an homage to our positively powerful state of mind,” says Bell.

Tropic of Conversation is full of warmth, joy and positive energy. This vibrant orange hue is easy to engage with.

“I just love this colour because it is saturated in positivity,” enthuses Bell. Not intended to stand alone, it is a very social colour, beautiful to pair with softer or muted tones for maximum impact.

This is the sixth colourful collaboration between Canadian style icon Simon Chang and the design experts at Beauti-Tone, one of Canada’s largest Canadian-owned paint manufacturers. “Finding influence from the runway and taking inspiration from decor trends such as natural wood, classic whites, luxe high sheen fabrics and metal finishes,” says Simon Chang, “we created a collection of fashion-forward hues that are approachable, full of character and meant to expand your comfort zone.”

Beauti-Tone’s Simon Chang 2019/20 Trend Colour Collection colours and colour cards are available exclusively at Home Hardware, Home Building Centre and Home Hardware Building Centre locations across Canada.

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Kitchen

Tips to incorporate the Pantone Colour of the Year throughout your home

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Tips to incorporate the Pantone Colour of the Year throughout your home

Pantone Living Coral Entryway

The Pantone 2019 Colour of the Year “Living Coral” can do almost anything, proving itself to be much more than just an accent colour. We sat down with Nicholas Rosaci, interior design expert and upcoming speaker at the 2019 GTA Home & Reno Show, to talk decor trends and learn how to incorporate this vibrant hue into our home for the upcoming year.

Coral is beautiful and earthy, a much-anticipated arrival on the tails of the “pink” scene – a coveted colour of choice lately. However, unlike a pure pink – which can appear childlike and Barbie mansion-esque – Pantone’s “Living Coral” is a little more grown up without losing any of the juicy energy of its pink counterpart.

“Coral is a surprisingly versatile colour,” says Rosaci. “Coral can stand alone on its own while also acting as a great accent to existing neutrals like sand beige, jute and taupes. Its gold undertones naturally and luxuriously pairs well with gold hardware accents and most would be surprised by how beautifully modern Living Coral looks when incorporated with more modern grey trends. Living Coral really warms up cool grey and looks especially chic with chrome and glass.

Rosaci believes in using colour everywhere, but especially in entryways or dining rooms places where you really want to create an impression and call for drama.

Entryway

In the foyer, try painting the front door both inside and out, and perhaps look for a great upcycled project like a vintage chest of drawers painted the same shade, or a touch lighter or darker for contrast.

Dining room

Pantone Living Coral Living room

“Formal dining rooms should be decorated for glamorous evenings,” says Rosaci. “The simple addition of silk drapery in a Living Coral shade adds a shimmering warm elegance to a space.”  Try upping your design game with a deep emerald-green room with gorgeous coral silk drapery, trimmed in a black-and- white Greek key trim detail.

Den

In the den, explore painting the interior back of your cabinets or bookshelves in the hue, or using hints of the colour in all kinds of artwork, throw cushions and other decorative accessories.

 

Kitchen

Pantone Living Coral Kitchen

Coral in the kitchen can really kick up your decor a notch. Warm, inviting and unexpected, the colour works well with a plethora of wood options, tableware and accessories.  “The colour pairs well with tropical palm leaf fabrics, which really liven up a tired kitchen for an instant tropical vibe,” says Rosaci. “You can even just add a little warmth with coral upholstered bar chairs to go with a white, modern kitchen.”

Bedroom

Pantone Living Coral Bedroom

Try popping a few coral pillow cases into your existing grey bedsheets and watch it instantly look refreshed, revitalized and inviting. Unlike orange, Living Coral works beautifully with black. “Every room should have an accent of black to draw the eye in,” says Rosaci. “With coral, the look is very soothing and not as jarring as black and orange – which can look like a Halloween decor ad.”

Lastly, even as a winter trend, Living Coral looks especially glamorous with winter white and faux fur while still being a colour that transitions well into the spring and summer.  Ahh yes – summer – it may not be here yet, but Pantone’s new colour of the year Living Coral certainly reminds us that warmer days are only a paint brush away.

Come check out Nicholas Rosaci at the 2019 GTA Home & Reno Show on Feb. 15 to 18 to learn more design tips and tricks from the finest design experts in the city.

 

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Colour of the Year

Benjamin Moore names its Colour of the Year 2019

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Benjamin Moore names its Colour of the Year 2019

Colour of the Year

Benjamin Moore has announced its Colour of the Year 2019 – Metropolitan AF-690, a stylish grey with cool undertones.

“Comforting, composed and effortlessly sophisticated, Metropolitan AF-690 exudes beauty and balance,” says Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore director of strategic design intelligence. “It’s a colour in the neutral spectrum that references a contemplative state of mind and design. Not arresting nor aggressive, this understated yet glamorous grey creates a soothing, impactful common ground.”

The company also unveiled its Colour Trends 2019, a corresponding palette of 15 harmonious hues that further amplify the cultured grace of Metropolitan AF-690. Ranging from ethereal neutrals to frothy pinks to rich blues and greens, the Benjamin Moore Colour Trends 2019 palette features:

  • Putnam Ivory HC-39
  • Balboa Mist OC-27
  • Kendall Charcoal HC-166
  • Smoke 2122-40
  • Black Pepper 2130-40
  • Soft Fern 2144-40
  • Cloud White OC-130
  • Beau Green 2054-20
  • Metropolitan AF-690
  • Hale Navy HC-154
  • Head Over Heels AF-250
  • Kona AF-165
  • Decorator’s White OC-149
  • Pashmina AF-100
  • Hunter Green 2041-10

Emphasizing the calming role grey plays in society, the Colour Trends 2019 colour card illustrates how to capture the coveted feeling of restorative quietude in any setting. Elements include the blending of heathered greys and soft linens to create an enveloping haze in a living room; utilizing reflective metallic accents and easygoing neutrals to add a comforting factor to a sleek kitchen; and creating a dose of modest allure to an elegant entryway by coating the walls, doors and trim in a bold navy blue.

The richness and nuance demonstrated through the Colour of the Year and Colour Trends 2019 palette can be achieved only with Benjamin Moore products. Offering residential and commercial paints for any project, the Benjamin Moore portfolio includes Aura, Aura Bath & Spa, Regal Select, Ultra Spec, Benjamin Moore Natura ben, Advance, Arborcoat and Aura Grand Entrance.

All 3,500 Benjamin Moore colours are available in pint samples at retailers, along with Colour Trends 2019 curated palette cards. Benjamin Moore products are found exclusively at the more than 5,000 Benjamin Moore independently owned paint and decorating retailers across Canada and the U.S.

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Future of Colour & Technology

Future of Colour & Technology

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Future of Colour & Technology

Wednesday, September 12th, 2018
10 AM – 4 PM
Toronto International Design Centre, 6900 Airport Rd., Mississauga

Join us for an exclusive preview of 2019 Colour Trends and a peek into 2020 with guest speaker Rosamund Kavander, Board of Director for the Colour Marketing Group (CMG)

Rosamund Kavander started her career in design, working for the first Staging company in Canada, Recycled Spaces and from there Roomworks was born. Rosamund has been staging, designing, colouring and creating beautiful spaces for the last 25 years, however it didn’t take her long to realize colour was her first love and 12 years ago she joined Color Marketing Group and dove head first into the art and science of Colour Trend Forecasting. From there she was elected to the Board of Directors and this past year she has developed the colour education program with her partner for CMG. For the last five years Rosamund has held the Toronto Chromazone workshop at TIDC, this regional color trend forecasting workshop, which is two years forward. On Sept 7th she will take Toronto’s results to Washington and will be part of steering for the 2020 Colour Trend Forecast.

This action-packed day will include demonstrations by Microsoft on the latest trends for the design and architectural community. Visit our world-class showrooms for the latest in home design trends, exclusive discounts and your chance to win magnificent prizes offered only to Future of Colour & Technology attendees. Bites & Beverages will be available.

This event is presented by The Tenants’ Committee


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Green the one to watch for 2019

Dulux Paints has named two deep green tones as Colours of the Year for 2019: Nigh Watch, a deep green-black from the brand’s new colour collection, and Mojito Shimmer, a glistening, frosted dark green from the Dulux Effects Finishes Venetian Silk collection.

“Both of these colours represent the ultimate in luxe, delivering a rich, striking look that brings sophistication and depth to living spaces,” said Martin Tustin-Fuchs, PPG brand manager, Dulux Paints by PPG. “An evolution from last year’s popular tinted black, these glamourous dark greens are symbolic of consumers’ desire for positive change – to move from darkness to twilight and to search for an element of rebirth in today’s complex, technologically-driven world.”

Night Watch, a colour truly inspired by nature, emulates the feeling of lush greenery and delivers a calming yet invigorating sense of euphoria. With the ability to be used as a neutral, yet having the intensity to also stand out as an accent colour, Night Watch couples well with soft grey-browns or warm sandy beiges, such as Elusion or Earthy Cane, or intense rust tones like Lucky Penny from the Dulux colour palette.

Versatile enough to work in either a traditional or contemporary setting, Night Watch works best in bedrooms and living areas as well as on kitchen cabinetry. It also pairs particularly well with metallic finishes and pewter tones and creates a sophisticated “welcome” and dynamic statement against brick or stucco when painted on the front door.

Mojito Shimmer is the perfect complement to Night Watch as it features a distinctive, lustrous, frosty-green coating that adds unprecedented class and wow factor to walls, according to Tustin-Fuchs.

“As a stand-out colour in the Dulux Venetian Silk line, line, there is nothing else like Mojito Shimmer on the market,” he said.

The Venetian Silk finish is made from new technology that enables users to transform their walls in a single day, infusing them with light-reflecting colour and texture to match any personal taste. Available in 40 striking, light-animating colours, the finish produces a silky layered effect that is smooth to the touch, creating a distinctive multi-toned and luminous surface that adds striking depth to walls.

Tustin-Fuchs recommends painting a feature wall in Mojito Shimmer and the remaining walls in Night Watch. For a greater contrast, he suggests complementing Mojito Shimmer with a refined, urban neutral, such as off-white Hourglass, silver-blue Nautical Star or a lighter grey like Thin Ice.

“Even if you don’t change anything else in the room, the transformative effect of applying the Venetian Silk finish to just one wall is remarkable,” Tustin-Fuchs said.

To receive more information about Dulux Paints’ 2019 Colours of the Year, explore the brand’s full 2019 colour palette or experiment with the creative possibilities of Dulux Venetian Silk finish.

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Design: Colour Trends of 2018

Design: Colour Trends of 2018

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Design: Colour Trends of 2018

by Linda Mazur

The new year is just around the corner, and with it comes the anticipation of what design trends lie ahead. Colour continues both its inspiration and domination in 2018. Whether you prefer to use colour abundantly within a room, or minimally to punctate your space – without a doubt, colour definitely holds steady.

Paint companies, like Benjamin Moore, are forecasting a rich palette of hues from the revival of retro colours like burnt orange, to warm earthy palettes of pinks, browns and plumy greys, to rich reds, bold fuchsia and blues. The selections are endless, the combinations are striking. However, no matter which colour palette is yours, one thing that remains consistent in 2018 is gold. Whether you use this metallic hue as an accent in your accessories, hardware or lighting, or it becomes your primary wall colour shades of gold is “where it’s at” for 2018.

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The gold tones we are seeing this year range from the shiny yellowy gold of days past, to weathered golds. Unlacquered brass is also “en-pointe” for the coming year with a look and feel all its own. Its warm, less formal than polished nickel, less typical than chrome. This finish is organic, and often referred to as a “living finish”. The absence of the lacquer allows the durable solid brass to naturally age over time and develop a beautiful unique patina of colour and texture. As a designer, I’m drawn to the unlacquered brass finish for everything from bathroom fittings and accessories, to furniture items and lighting, as it offers sophistication, old world charm and yet modernism.

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Fabric is always a wonderful way to add a burst of colour and texture to your living space. Texture has the ability to add a powerful, yet subtle dimension to a room, and continues to be a strong trend moving forward. If you’re a bit colour-phobic, preferring a neutral palette, texture can be a great way to still create an enviable home.

Colour adds personality to your home, creating a look and feel uniquely your own. May 2018 be the year you are inspired by colour and all shades gold!

TIPS FOR 2018:

  • A gallon of paint goes a long way in enriching any space, with a little bit of work you can quickly transform the feel of any room.
  • Don’t be afraid to mixed gold with other metals in your home, mix metals are on trend and can make a great statement.
  • Add a black element to your mix; by doing this you clarify and enhance all the other colours in the space.

Linda Mazur is a nationally publicized designer and Principal of Linda Mazur Design Group.

With almost two decades of experience this in demand multi-disciplinary design firm is known for creating relaxed stylish spaces and full-scale design builds within Toronto, the GTA and throughout Canada.

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Benjamin Moore - 2018 Colour of the Year

Benjamin Moore Announces their Colour of the Year 2018

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Benjamin Moore Announces their Colour of the Year 2018

“Caliente AF290”, a vibrant, charismatic shade of red.

Strong, radiant and full of energy, Caliente AF-290 is total confidence. It is pleasing, passionate and makes people feel special, like ‘red carpet treatment’,” said Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore Director of Strategic Design Intelligence. “Whether used as one note or on four walls, the spirited personality of red turns heads signaling surprise and adventure. The eye can’t help but follow its bold strokes.”

The colour leader also unveiled Colour Trends 2018, a curated palette of 23 highly influential hues that enliven any room by adding depth and energy. The palette incorporates a full spectrum of reds, from hints of blush to deep oxbloods, while ensuring seamless pairings with a carefully selected range of whites, neutrals, and complementary bold hues.

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