Commitment issues?

October 9, 2012

No need…even if the seasonal forecast is eye-popping. When planning a living space keep it simple by choosing pieces you love and working the “givens” in such a way as to amplify their appeal. This floor for instance…classic walnut herringbone. Old, worn, patinaed…a perfect backdrop for the classic Eames shell chairs around a simple planked table lit with another mid-century classic, the PH4/3 designed in 1966 by Poul Henningsen. Important here is the selection of finishes…pale, clean, neutral…whites and mixed tonal woods…just waiting to be punctuated with a selection from the Pantone Fashion colors for Fall 2012. Add any one shade  for a time…in the form of accessory. A bowl of gold ornaments and large brown pinecones, some lavender glassware…maybe a hot pink runner or napkins…all can add the fashion spark  temporarily and cost-effectively…freeing you from any expensive long-term color commitment. When I see this pink it brings to mind the words of fashion icon Diana Vreelend. ” I love this pink. It’s the navy blue of India.”  Which of these ten colors will you be adding…and how?

http://hivemodern.com/pages/product3603/herman-miller-eames-dsw

http://www.youaretheriver.com/

http://www.pantone.com/pages/fcr.aspx?pg=20948&ca=4

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2 Responses to “Commitment issues?”


  1. I am going to add some Titanium mixed with some French Roast and Rose Smoke ….through my “work in progress” blanket. 🙂

  2. gp Says:

    That’s what I’m talking about!


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