This soft shade with its grey undertones is the perfect updated neutral. For more ideas on how you can incorporate this fresh hue into your space, check out Modshop’s Pinterest board!
This hot color trend can be found everywhere, from the runways to interiors and home furnishings. No matter what you call it: Merlot, Burgundy, Maroon…this rich, vibrant hue makes a bold statement… For more inspiration on how you can incorporate 2018’s IT color, check out our Pinterest board:
This year, according to the color experts at Pantone , the color of the year is … Greenery ???
Do they really think of the design world when coming up with these ideas ? This one might be harder than last years Marsala ! This color is fabulous when found in nature , which is what I believe was the intended inspiration was according to Pantone … (https://www.pantone.
But when it comes to color inspiration for interiors and homewares …. this one was tough. It took me a while to find inspiration images using this color palette that were more modern and in fitting with ModShop’s design aesthetic…Fortunately I was able to find some good examples of how you could incorporate “nature’s neutral” into your own decor …….And was pleasantly surprised by how creative people can be when forced to go with something as important as 2017’s color of the year !
I hope you like what I’ve found and that you leave feeling a tad inspired to do more with this vibrant shade of green than just fill your home with house plants (like we did) ! #newyearnewhue
We here at ModShop are loving the newest in neutrals…Nude shades that could make you blush!
Barely there shades of off white & ivory, the palest of pinks and skin toned hues. These soft feminine colors are timeless, classic and have become staples for designers in all fields of design. The master shoe designer Christian Louboutin has actually created an entire line of nude colored pumps to match any skin tone…Genius. From high end couture on the runways, to everyday style , nude fashions are so chic , pair pale shades of grey or camel as the neutral and layer with ivory or blush pink…so fresh.
In home decor, we think these soft shades work best when paired with light colored woods, brass accents, pale greys or crisp white…Or keep it monochromatic in shades of the same color for a ethereal look. I found so many inspiring examples of this nude/blush color palette it was hard to pick the best ones…here’s what we found inspiring and some of ModShop’s pieces you could use to create your own barely there color palette.
So instead of going dark again this fall, let’s all go nude 😉