With the abundance of beautiful materials out there we thought it would be fun to round up some unique products and design elements to help inspire the use of color, texture, and alternative options in everyday design.
For February, commonly considered the month for love, we could think of no better color to celebrate than pink for some design inspiration.
We loved creating this pink stained kitchen with Joan Norkus, of Boxwood LLC, on our Conover Lane Project. Our client for this project loves pink and trusted us to execute it in a tasteful way that would tie into their open concept living space. Check out more of this project in our Gallery.
This Triangolo Red Blend Mosaic from Artistic Tile mixes varied stones, cut in triangular shapes, to create a beautifully graphic mosaic. We love that the tile shines in this modern space that celebrates the hues of the stones.
Not ready to commit to color through permanent fixtures like tile or cabinetry? We encourage bringing in color and texture through soft furnishings and wallcoverings. From traditional to playful patterns incorporating color with fabric, wallcoverings, or rugs makes a big impact. Depending on what you choose this could easily be something that you change seasonally.
From Left to Right:
- Morris & Co. Wallcovering: Apple in Rust Gold
- Schumacher Fabric: Giove Fabric in Ruby & Garnet
- Jaipur Rug: Aden Chateau
We know that Pink may not be your favorite choice pallet to incorporate into your home, but we hope that you enjoyed stepping outside the box with us and maybe even found some inspiration from this collection of design elements.