You apply the prepasted paper to your wall and when you want to take it down you simply grab the corners at the top of the strip and pull it down. The wall does not need to be repainted or anything. They also have wallpaper with different textures that is designed to be painted on. That way you can paint any color you want and when you move you just take down the wallpaper.
Emerald Green: Pantone Color of the Year 2013! Each year Pantone, the purveyors of color for the design industry, forecasts a color that will mark the year. 2013’s pick? The Pantone Color of the Year 2013 is Emerald green. (17-5641) I couldn’t agree more! Not only is this color rich and lively, it exudes luxury. It is [...]
For a beach house we designed in the Hamptons we encountered wood floors. We painted them white to brighten up the cottage and deal with the flooring
Last week this New York City interior designer took our Materiality students to Brooklyn’s Flavor Paper. I’ve been a huge fan of FP since their ICFF debut.
In 2011, I think these trends will continue but also eco-friendly interiors will escalate and interiors will continue to be shared and broadened worldwide.
Things I find for my clients I want to share with you! Head down to ABC’s Holiday sale this week!!! I’m obsessed with these new rugs ABC is carrying. I would use a different one in each room of my (or your) apartment! Or layer for an extra cozy feel. The collection is called “Ethos” [...]
To paraphrase Corbusier, architecture is the play of light on form, and I think that’s the reason I love white. Its luminous quality unifies space.
Pastels are certainly on-trend this season and in honor if Easter and the surprisingly warm weather here in NYC I thought I’d share some of my favorite pastel colored rooms for Spring!
The chair is the iconic cantilevered stacking chair (1960) by Verner Panton. I’ve had these chairs for over 10 years now, and have never gotten tired of them! This cantilevered chair was first single-material and single-form chair to be made and has been produced by Vitra through three decades of development in plastics technology.
The global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, selected the luminous color based on its juxtaposition of tranquil blue notes and energizing green tones. In the essence of color therapy, the hue should evoke soothing, serene emotions, while restoring vigor, zest, and motivation.