By: Ashleigh VanHouten
Clean, simple neutrals are always in – they provide a backdrop for feature design elements, allowing art or statement furniture to pop, and they also provide a calming serenity when vivid brights or patterns won’t do. Some neutral tones can be stark, and while there’s certainly a time and place for black and white, at times a more subtle approach is the way to go. Alabaster, a creamy, smooth hue that is essentially white’s less ostentatious cousin, is clean without being harsh.
By: Lucille Grippo
We have been in the midst of an “Arctic Blast” in the Hudson Valley. Temperatures barely climbing out of the teens combined with a bleak, grey sky is enough to keep anyone in warm clothes under cozy blankets.
When Joanna Gaines visited York Wallcoverings’ historic headquarters in York, PA to create the first of two new collections, the synergy between America’s oldest and largest wallcovering company and America’s favorite home remodeler was palpable. Here’s what Joanna had to say about their partnership:
Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year is Greenery, a bright, vibrant hue that inspires a feeling of renewal and reinvention in home design.
Starved for art? Not a problem…not even for starving artists. Allow an arts-inspired wallpaper to do double duty as both paint and painting for an impressive — and impressively easy — wall decor solution.