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Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year Inspires in 5 Featured AH&L Spaces

January 11, 20171,336 Views
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5 Featured Spaces that Incorporate Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year

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When designing the grand salon of the 44th Annual Decorators’ Show House & Gardens, designer Barbara Westbrook used the hand-painted linen wallcovering deep hues for inspiration. Leaving the original moldings, mantel and over-mantel mirror untouched, she instead mixed in antiques from Robuck & Co. with deep, modern Verellen sofas from Bungalow Classic and pops of green in the form of plush pillows, maple trees and towering orchids. Read more.

 

160725_joymclean_egd_005This English-Regency inspired estate by dream team William T. Baker, Joy Mclean and Alec Michaelides evokes a timeless elegance—thanks to a soft palette of cream, beige and touches of green, which play perfectly off the home’s lush, charming gardens (visible from nearly every room in the house). Read More.

 

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Inspired by an abundance of greens in interior spaces that she noticed during her travels, Designer Beth Webb infused the alfresco dining room of the Southeastern Designer Showhouse & Gardens with a fresh palette of vibrant greens, which appropriately embrace the outdoors. Read More.

 

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Kelly Anthony and Jenn Balcos of Wolf Design Group took cues from Serenbe’s verdant landscape when designing the great room of the 2016 Serenbe Designer Showhouse. The result is a striking palette of evergreen, black, white and warm metal tones, which plays off the room’s treetop views. I wanted it to feel very organic and collected,” says Anthony. Read More.

 

w150619_margaretkirkland_parkave_egd_021Margeret Kirkland injected this New York pied-a-terre with Greenery in both the literal and abstract sense—outfitting the master bedroom with a floral-print Colefax & Fowler chintz in a sprightly green. The designer carried on this lively aesthetic by  mixing thethe young homeowners’ collections of antiques with bright colors, sophisticated patterns and contemporary pieces. Read More.

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Claire Ruhlin

Claire Ruhlin

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