It’s not often I have seen a color that has received so much attention and raised so much creativity around on the web as Tangerine Tango. Recently chosen as this year’s color from Pantone.
Every year Pantone, who is known for its own color code system, takes the pulse of the most popular color trends to come. And according to their reports from fashion and interior design industry, is it the red and orange that apply in 2012.
The influential parisian concept store Colette, has fallen in love with the classic Vipp bin. They are now presenting a limited edition collection. The collection consists of 30 pedal bin created by the New York-based artist Kevin Lyons, known for its small blue monsters that now adorn the bins in the classic Colette blue.
As creative director, the designer and illustrator Kevin Lyons contributed to developing a number of international sports and fashion brands. In 2001 he was awarded the title of “The Top Forty designers during the Thirty” by ID Magazine.
Eclectic style is about mixing rather than matching, though all design elements should coordinate to achieve a look that is fresh and avant-garde. Eclectic style is the fingerprint of innovation and creativity.
Borrowing from different sources and periods, eclectic style is a highly individualized style. An eclectic style person have a lot of favorites who finds a way to indulge in them all. The eclectic minded person finds a way to have it all and make it make it visually cohesive.
If you want the style mix old and new, like an old chair with a brand new sofa. Create a beautiful group of the table with a plate, your favorite books and favorite vases. And do not forget the natural materials. A pile of wood can be an art installation. A dull gray shade on the wall makes the environment a little tougher. The key is to vary, using the ideas and put together scenes from different directions.