Graham & Brown has announced Breathe, a tranquil blue shade, as its Color of the Year for 2022, and Restore, a patterned design with wild botanicals, as its Wallpaper of the Year.
The colors and patterns we thoughtfully select for our walls plays an important role, serving as the backdrop to how we live within our homes.
As we continue to explore the color predictions for the coming year, one company sets themselves apart from the crowd with its own wallpaper and color of the year announcement. Continue reading “Graham & Brown Color of the Year 2022”
It’s time to celebrate the first Color of the Year for 2022 – a vibrant, encouraging green from PPG called Olive Sprig (PPG1125-4).
Green has a universal appeal and readiness to coexist with other hues making it a great option for a COTY choice which might be why Benjamin Moore selected Guilford Green in 2015 and Behr picked Back to Nature in 2020. Continue reading “An Earthy Green is the First Color of the Year for 2022”
Next up in our exploration of 2022 color trends, we look at what British paint and wallpaper brand, Farrow & Ball, sees as the colors that will define the coming year.
Joa Studholme, Farrow & Ball’s color curator, predicts that simple and familiar colors in clever combinations will be experiencing a revival in the home in 2022. Continue reading “Farrow & Ball’s 2022 Color Trends”
Taj Mahal, like other quartzites, is priced not so much by quality or country of origin as much as its availability.
Quartzite is an increasing popular choice among homeowners and interior designers due to its sophisticated look, natural strength and relatively low maintenance. It’s commonly found in leathered, hone and polished finish, which makes it ideal for both contemporary luxury spaces and casual chic kitchens and bathrooms. Continue reading “4 Alternatives to Taj Mahal Quartzite”