2018 Color Trends – Elle Decor
There’s a new minimalist color palette in town, and it doesn’t involve grey.
“Green is an omnipresent hue around the world, the natural hue of grass and foliage. It has been also widely used in architecture, graphics and design and once you start looking for it, you will start seeing it everywhere.” –D. Fairweather, gallerist/ Allied Member, A.S.I.D. (1986-2018), American Society of Interior Designers
Bringing green into your life, in fresh greens or in color, brightens your outlook and sets your mind in a warm, welcoming mood. More than anything, embracing the color green is about loving nature and growth. ” –D. Fairweather, gallerist/ OSU Master Gardener (2006).
Favorite shades of greens, Kate Brodsky designer/ Elle Decor
- Benjamin Moore’s Oak Grove: “Everything looks good against it.”
- Benjamin Moore’s Ponderosa Pine: “This is the color of everything in my library, on the bookcases and in the trim. The perfect green to be cocooned in.”
- Benjamin Moore’s Courtyard Green: “About as blue as I go. It is the color of much of the cabinetry in my kitchen.”
Many green colors projected for interior design in 2018! The trend is for more natural hues, with new interesting shades of sage, celery and artichoke greens. Love them!
Greenery is the symbol of new beginnings, a refreshing and revitalizing shade of green with a small dose of grey. This fresh and zesty sage-green shade evokes the first days of spring, talks about nature’s greens revive, and it is a call for people to take a deep breath and reinvigorate.
And, too, Sherwin-Williams’s Tricorn Black. “A green so dark is it almost black. It is the color of the Fairweather front door, a feature wall inside the gallery and the bookcases.” –D. Fairweather
Fairweather exhibition through March.
Grace quote by Penelope Culbertson, calligraphy artist.
To learn more about the artist, please visit http://www.fairweatherhouseandgallery.com/ …artists/ …Penelope Culbertson.