Wondering what are the favourite white cabinet paint colours for 2022?
I've made up a quick pdf showing a few of the tried and true colours.
I'd love to hear your thoughts!
Click below if you'd like to find out the perfect cabinet colour for your home!
HOLLYWOOD GLAM INTERIOR DÉCOR
I'm happy to present a guest post by Elephant Stock.
The corona pandemic severely stifled people's desire to work in home design and fashion. This is because the entire globe was preoccupied with figuring out how to stop the virus from spreading. Thank goodness, there has been a considerable improvement in resolving the problem. Embracing the Hollywood glam will now be the first port of contact when it comes to revamping your interior décor style.
Making your home with this style can soon chase away thoughts of the corona while also enhancing the look of your apartment's landscape. In reality, the mood will be greater when you blend Hollywood design with a fine portrait in your modern home to create an exceptional concept. Instill a sense of adventure in your place of abode with Hollywood glitz, and people will refer to it as a refuge!
OLD HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR DÉCOR Hollywood Glam, also known as Hollywood Regency or Regency Moderne, is a décor style that celebrates the luxurious and magnificent from top to bottom. At least one of the style's forefathers has a Hollywood connection. A Hollywood-inspired apartment in sunny SoCal should embrace easy, breezy California design. A film print will look great with beachy embellishments. A white or ivory base would seem effortlessly Californian and will harken back to the popular bungalow style. The distinctive laid-back style will be created with comfortable elements.
GET INSPIRATION FOR HOLLYWOOD CANVAS WALL ART:
The following Hollywood glam designs can provide you joy and delight.
The importance of sticking to traditional colours cannot be overstated. Soft neutrals such as white, grey, nude, and tan serve as an excellent foundation for the remainder of your space. Don't be afraid to use bright colours like navy blue and burgundy red as accents. Swap off the trendy silver accents for classic gold. Your area will look ultra-glam as long as you avoid flashy colours and commit to subtlety. By layering monochromatic tones, you'll be able to add some dramatic flair to your look.
BIG, BOLD PATTERN When it comes to theatrical flair, committing to strong patterns is a fashionable way to enhance visual dimension. Art deco-inspired rugs are geometric while still maintaining a refined appearance. You may also add a nostalgic touch by choosing drapes with a vintage pattern.
IDEAS FOR HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR DÉCOR.
The focus of the Hollywood Regency era is on combining comfort and style. For a traditional aesthetic, cozy, sumptuous materials might be coupled with shiny, decorative embellishments.
Choose a piece of Hollywood Glam wall art that appears classic and can blend with a number of colour palettes if you're still curating your vintage-inspired environment. As long as the topic is reminiscent of the City of Angels, a neutral poster with a minimalist theme is suitable for any Hollywood-style environment.
YOUR INSIDER'S GUIDE TO HOLLYWOOD GLAMOUR AT HOME
The idea is to produce a sumptuous yet classy style, whether you choose with subtle neutrals or shiny metallic tones. There are many simple ways to add a touch of Hollywood glitz to your house, such as movie-inspired wall art and statement décor pieces. This book was created for individuals who have always wanted to experience life during the golden age of cinema. If that describes you, have fun! Beautiful wall art has the ability to tie a room together and add the finishing touch.
HOLLYWOOD COLOURS AND OTHER MATERIALS Metallic, white, and black are all excellent colours to wear to a Hollywood party. Rich jewel tones like ruby, amethyst, sapphire, and emerald can also be assertive. Hollywood Glam is ideal for those who enjoy making a statement. Victorian characteristics such as soft velvet pillows, tufting, and antiques can be seen in this interior design style. The furniture is excellent, and the colour palettes are vivid, with purples, reds, and turquoise accented with gold and brass.
No matter how exotic your place is, failing to incorporate some Hollywood glitz along with some travel art things is a huge injustice to it.
December 23rd, 2021
We at Jil Sonia Interior Designs are so very grateful to all our clients, suppliers & newsletter subscribers.
Your continued support of us means the world to our small family business & quite frankly, we wouldn't be here without you.
In lieu of our gifts to our clients this year, we will be supporting a family in need, dropping off food, gifts, candles and a few extra surprises to make their season a little brighter.
We sincerely wish you and your loved ones a peaceful holiday break and a bright and beautiful Holiday Season, full of great food, good company, and lots of laughter.
Merry Christmas, here's to a rewarding year ahead!
Jil Sonia & family
Why Beige is Making a Comeback for 2022 & what do do about it. Happy to be quote in The Spruce Publication
I am thrilled to be quoted by The Spruce sharing why Beige is making a comeback. The Spruce is such a great source of design inspiration and helps keep me up to date on what's hot, and what's not!
At the recent design show, High Point Market in North Carolina, designers were shocked to see room after room painted in beige and filled with beige furniture.
What made it seem fresh and new was that the walls were either a very light beige (or dark cream) or else there were very dark walls with beige furniture in front. Navy Blue, dark bold mustard colours and even black walls were evident, and they played nicely with beige couches, chairs and headboards in the rest of the home.
What's new this time with beige, is that there is loads and loads of texture. Sofas were clad in boucle, which is a nubby fabric that is most often seen in creams in lighter colours. Also, a lot of the sofas had a curved appearance. Providing a nice and comfy appearance.
Texture showed up in lighting fixtures as well providing a sharp contrast against the beige décor. Rattan, shell or beaded light fixtures provided great shape and made an interesting statement, the beige element seemed to fade into the distance and the textured items seemed to pop more.
Even the case goods - wooden furniture, cabinets sideboards etc. were textured. They had ribbing details or texture carved into the front panels. The texture, along with the soft light beige walls and décor, seemed to fade into the background, showing the real star of the home, our friends, and families.
Let me know if you need help incorporating beige into your home!
Pantone never ceases to amaze me with their colours of the year. Last year it was Ultimate 17-5104, a cold, flat -battleship gray.
This year it's a fun, light hearted Periwinkle blue called Very Peri 17-3938! It's a mixture of blue & red, I'd describe it as a dark violet, or blue-ish purple.
The Pantone Color of the Year selection process requires thoughtful consideration and trend analysis. To arrive at the selection each year, Pantone’s color experts at the Pantone Color Institute™ comb the world looking for new color influences. These can include the entertainment industry and films in production, traveling art collections and new artists, fashion, all areas of design, popular travel destinations, as well as new lifestyles, playstyles, and socio-economic conditions. Influences may also stem from new technologies, materials, textures, and effects that impact color, relevant social media platforms and even upcoming sporting events that capture worldwide attention.
A toned down "useable" version of Very Peri is this purple undertoned gray, from Benjamin Moore, called Granite AF 660.
Paired with a soft butter yellow and cream, I think it looks beautiful.
Add some sparkly silver accessories to really make it pop!
Tell me, what do you think about Pantone's colour of the year? I'd love to hear it!
Jil Sonia McDonald - Interior Designer of Jil Sonia Interior Designs.
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