Monday, September 10, 2012

Fall Color Crush

Fall merchandise is arriving daily and we have reset the store for a fresh look and also expanded our design resource library.  There are so many things we are loving this season, especially bringing in deeper colors to compliment  your decor.   

Go Green 
We are having a green moment right now, from Jade to Moss to Teal to Chartreuse.

To Paint:
These go to greens are not only beautiful on walls, but also on built in bookcases and accent furniture.  Use a high gloss finish for a more regal effect.

Farrow & Ball Olive, #13

Farrow & Ball Cooking Apple Green, #32

Farrow & Ball Breakfast Room Green, #81

To Accent:
Choose one wall in a room and make a statement with these bold patterns.

Imperial Trellis by Schumacher

Zee Collection by Tempaper

To Decorate:
Grey and Silver accented with different shades of Green make for a striking combination.

Now in stock - pillows from acclaimed British fabric house, Designer's Guild 

Also new in store, this Green ceramic lamp ups the cool factor in any room

An easy green fix: striped green tapers from Ana Candles

Mix With:
Cobalt (our other color crush)

Cross stitched pillow from Designer's Guild

Seeing Blue
Blue is a constant in most people's homes, but this Fall it takes center stage in our minds.

To Paint:
Lacquer a piece of vintage furniture or for the not so faint of heart, kitchen cabinets.

Farrow & Ball Cooks Blue, #237

Farrow & Ball Drawing Room Blue, #253

To Accent:
These classic blue patterns will never go out of style and are well worth the splurge.

Summer Palace wallpaper by Osborne & Little

Salon Velvet Stripe by Osborne & Little

To Decorate:
Black & White accents make a traditional blue palet more sophistcated and current.

Designer's Guild Pillows

Tri Color Tapers in Black & Ivory from Ana Candles

Gorgeous scented candle from Designer's Guild

There is no reason for color to hibernate all Fall and Winter.  Instead, integrate these jewel tone hues into a neutral palet to create a cheerful, yet cozy, living environment year round.

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