As a stone, Rose Quartz is lovely. As a bathroom tile... questionable, though the image above makes a strong case (I think my Grandma would be a fan.)
Love these little nubbin' textures we've been seeing for winter.
It's been a while but I'm back on the trend board train. Normally lilac is associated with Spring but this soft color can go cool or warm and lends itself to matte finish of a wool coat or a cozy velvet.
Graphic black and white lines in art and architecture, movement and couture.
It's been a long time since I've posted a new trend board but hopefully I can get back in the swing of Tuesday Trends!
Classic pattern typically reserved for picnic baskets has modernized and evolved into simplistic grid structures.
So... we're calling this Hunter Green, right? I just want to make sure we are all entering into this willingly. Why is Hunter Green making an appearance after years of being relegated to front doors and the offices of attorneys? Because it's classic. You're never going to look back and say "Oh God, LOOK at that Hunter Green dress I wore to Jessica's wedding! Horrible!" When applied in new, clean, less stuffy spaces Hunter Green can actually look - dare I say? Fresh!
Stark and simple... the simplicity of these fine lined pieces answers a response to the clutter of our everyday lives. As an artist with an extensive collection of supplies and useless objects I appreciate the calm that these simple designs provide.