What better way to add color and style to a rainy, cold and grey day in Paris…by visiting Deco Off, an international textile event that takes place once a year in the interior design district on the left bank of Paris.
Global, Graphic and Tropical inspired patterns were among the most popular in many of the textile showrooms. Most featured embroidered accents, appliqués and textured printing techniques.
More information regarding Paris Deco Off can be found at http://www.paris-deco-off.com/
So it’s true..all this talk about pink…in fashion and home decor…it’s allover Paris in some creative and updated ways!
Mixing well with most colors, millennial pink is not only for the young at heart..dinnerware at Printemps in Paris💕
nne de Solene mixed millennial pink solid pillowcases with pink/coral and gray watercolor flowers creating simple sophistication in bedding available at Printemps, Bon Marche and Maison Galleries Lafayette in Paris💕
Millennial Pink staircase at the Conran’s Shop in Paris. Talk about making a statement💕
Tom Ford 2018 Summer Runway Show cleverly mixes millennial pink with hot tonalities of hot pink adding that summer accent color pop💕
Cutest coffee and tea cups at Printemps in Paris..love the round shape product style as well💕
Here’s to pink 💕power! I will be posting from Paris this weekend before heading to Madrid and Lisbon..follow for updates daily!
Photo credit @nancy_fire
Tile: Just love this multi-color herringbone tile floor from The Bon Marche in Paris. Nice alternative to just a black and white floor!
Texture: Perfect update to tones of neutrals when it comes to different wood and wood textures…dyed wood accent colors like this turquoise, indigo and marsala.
Turquoise: With the return of the blues (did they ever leave) Turquoise seems to be the universal tone of the season mixing well with Indigo on the cool side and its compliment Orange on the warm side.
Saturated color for the home is an upbeat option for those who are willing to give it a try!
Years ago bold color was considered “Chaotic” in the home because it was considered “Avonguard” and “Artsy”…but by today’s standards many of us love self expression and are drawn to what is different, especially because color is so personal and can define your style!!
A great way to introduce color into the home is by a few defining accent pieces that will give any space a bit of color personality!
Check out my current “color finds” from Maison & Objet in Paris and enjoy adding some color into your life!