Decorate with warm wall colours who embrace the interior. This is a trend we have already seen a lot of over the past years. A soft sense of the 1970s, in combination with oriental elements and residents who loves to travel. Love these warm ton-in-ton shades in bold red and pink and the way it breaks up with yellow as an accent color. Read More
For 2017, a much deeper and sophisticated colour is dubbed to be invading our rooms, bringing atmosphere and drama along with it. It really is a beautiful shade, but such a bold colour can be hard to style. Have no fear – we’ve found the easiest, fuss-free way to give your home the blues; a wallpaper mural. Read More
Colour of the Year 2016 Ochre Gold is a gold inspired ocher color. It’s found in nature and connects history and prevailing trends in a natural way. The color is strong enough to attract attention on its own, but is also beautiful in combination with other shades as reminder of nature’s own palette.
I was thrilled when Fargerike announced Bluegreen as the color of the Year 2014 in November. With a fresh start, a new year and the spring coming up, I’m looking forward to test some of the beautiful bluegreen shades. This time I will try to explore some shades between iceblue and mintgreen. However first I am going to be even trendier, I will start the New Year with a digital detox.
And no, Digital detox is not an online detox program after putting on some extra pound in the Christmas. The Oxford Dictionary explains Digital detox: “a period of time during which a person refrains from using electronic devices such as smartphones or computers, regarded as an opportunity to reduce stress or focus on social interaction in the physical world: Break free of your devices and go on a digital detox”. So while I’m free from the internet and tests new bluegreen shades in my home, I wish you a happy New Year and see you in a few weeks! Read More
Pantone Color of the Year 2014 is PANTONE 18-3224 Radiant Orchid. An enchanting harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones, Radiant Orchid inspires confidence and emanates great joy, love and health. It is a captivating purple, one that draws you in with its beguiling charm!
Pantone color of the year 2014 is Radiant Orchid, a bold, vibrant and optimistic shade. Radiant Orchid is a perfect companion to pastels, and adds confidence and vivacity when mixed with other bold colors. Love this beautiful color shades but I’m still not over the beauty of 2013’s Emerald Green. That was my color. But still, I wish Radiant Orchid welcome because I always fall in love with the current colors!
Fargerike color of the year 2014 in Norway is Bluegreen. Would you like a sneak peek at the new color chart and the new colour of the year 2014? Find inspiration from some of the the most important lifestyle trends in Norway the upcoming year and immerse yourself in ten beautiful shades of bluegreen.
At the beginning of every year Fargerike announces the new color of the year for all Norwegians. Norway is still an outsider when it comes to color trends, but with a clearer mission and vision for the future. Norway has established themselves as “one to watch” globally, particularly in creative fields, such as music, humor, film, design, and even now, the use of colors. Read More
More Normann Copenhagen autumn/winter news 2013. Here are some of the new products that Normann Copenhagen will be launching for the AW13 season. I love these lovely blue shades from strong blue to mineral grey – just as in the nature of the season we soon are entering clear, cool and beautiful.
I just have to share these stunning photos of one of this fall’s most exciting news, gold and copper inspiration from Lady Design Jotun. LADY Design Jotun provides a golden opportunity to add interior contemporary shimmer effects in gold and copper. Your own creativity will determine if the outcome ends in a careful and transparent expression, or a slightly more robust and industrially. Here are some pictures for inspiration. Take the brush and to let your creativity loose!
With the summer heat coming up it’s wise to add some calm colors in to your home. In Feng Shui the water element’s colors are black and all shades of blue like indigo, turquoise and azure. The water element provides a refreshing calm energy, ease, purity and freshness. This sea blue Nappula candle holders from Iittala brings some details of the water element in to your surroundings.
The Nappula candleholder was born when designer Matti Klenell visited the Nuutajärvi glass museum and fell in love with an unusually shaped table. Inspired by its distinctive design, he created a selection of modern candleholders. Available in brass as well as selected colors in powder coated steel, they combine his love of vintage and modern forms. Read More
Cult interiors brand Mini Moderns has created a range of Mini Moderns Environmentally Responsible Paint. Consisting of 12 colours created to co-ordinate with their wallpapers and soft furnishings. Mini Moderns have teamed up with Newlife Paints, an award winning eco paint manufacturer that specializes in reprocessing waste water-based paint to create premium grade emulsion. All products in the Mini Moderns Environmentally Responsible Paint range contain up to 90% recycled content, made up from waste paint that has been diverted from landfill or incineration.
Mini Moderns founders Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire were amazed when they came across Newlife Paints via Twitter. “We thought to ourselves: Paint made from paint that has been thrown away – surely that’s too good to be true? But once we had visited Newlife Paint’s factory and met Keith Harrison, the brains behind the operation, we were convinced that this was an amazing opportunity.” Read More
Celebrate L-O-V-E on Valentine’s Day! But first learn some more about the color red. A stimulant red is the hottest of the warm colors. The psychological effects of the color red are very easy to notice – red is an extremely powerful color. But first of all red brings the energy of joy, excitement and passion into your home. That’s why Red is the color of Valentines day!
Throughout history, red has been the color of passion, romance, and sexual energy. Red lips and blushed cheeks stimulate arousal. A red dress attracts attention and captures the imagination. Driving a red sports car is often considered a sex symbol. Red roses are given as a symbol of love. Read More