For some people, warm colors might mean shades of red. (Like me). As the weather turns cooler, do you too migrate inside and begin pondering about interior spaces that need attention? I get stuck sometimes not finishing certain rooms. Places that just need something…different. I clean, wander and consider what I might change for, say holiday events. Autumn is a good time to get ideas by looking at what other people are doing.
Interior decorators and design professionals have different sources they go to anticipating a new design year. Colors have to fit in well in a space, and of course, with your personality. Alexandra Champalimaud is a designer with an excellent sense of space and “objets.”
There are annual shows in the US and abroad where designers and vendors convene to look and discuss what’s trending. One resource is Pantone. Pantone Inc. is known for its Color Matching System -a proprietary color space used in manufacturing paints, fabric and plastics. In concert with trend forecasters, they offer up new color pairings each year. This is a collection of eight trends in 2018 colors and home décor.
Not to press the point but red works in both summer and winter.
We lost a special musician this past week. Tom Petty was a musician’s musician and loved by many. He was another creative soul who battled addiction. (In case you don’t know, drug use will impact your vital organs). This song is a celebration of what he brought to people and to musical history. RIP, Tim Petty.
Performing here with long time friend Stevie Nicks. Insider.