Posts from the ‘A Word About Color’ Category

Color Observed: Transformative Green

September 4, 2014

Keeping up with the ever-changing landscape of color requires a certain amount of vigilance. Green (as in the color) is in a state of transformation. I know that sounds like the lead-in to an astrological reading but in the world of design and fashion, colors travel the universe in one iteration for a period of […]

A Word About Color: Spring Decorating!

May 5, 2014

A Word About Color One of the best things about the shifting seasons is the effect those changes have on our color psyche. When I was young I had a friend whose mother went crazy every spring, rolling up the Persian carpets and storing them in the attic. Out came the sisal mats in their […]

A Word About Color: The Bella Rosa Collection

July 20, 2013

A Word About Color The Bella Rosa Palette embraces color, adding new hues to the Place Textiles system of calibrated color families. A saturated and moody turquoise called Deep Water and a marvelous violet-blue called Periwinkle are two of the most irresistible new colors to join the palette. Timeless and versatile neutrals such as Dover […]