Each October, all of us as designers and hopefully some of you who are big home decorating fans wait anxiously for the following year's color announcements. Color of the Year from Benjamin Moore, Sherwin Williams, and Farrow & Ball.
We are inspired to create beautiful spaces with new color mixes and palettes. And after seeing this upcoming year's new hues, I was inspired not only by the color of nature but the tones of neutrals.
What Are Neutral Colors? In the context of interior design, neutral means without color. Neutrals such as beige, ivory, taupe, black, gray, and shades of white appear to be without color, but in many applications, these hues have undertones, and those tones can make a room work or have it go horribly wrong. I have to admit that next to the colors directly from nature, neutrals are my go-to! I love them because in their subtle and you can layer intense colors with them to get high impact and luxury.
I was genuinely inspired by Sherwin Williams MODE Color Mix when they released their colors. So much so I wanted to create a decor collection around it.
So, inspired by MODE, here is The Neutrals Collection.
I can't wait to see how the 2022 color mixes and palettes inspire me in my upcoming client designs. It's yet to be seen. Stay tuned!
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