Every year pantone comes up with the color of the year. You might be thinking OOOKKKAAAYYY…why do I need to know this? Well you need to know this because this color is a big deal. Not just in the interior design world but in the fashion world too. This color is going to pop up in fabrics, accessories, furniture, and wall coverings.
When this color was first announced in December 2016 I have to admit I was not impressed. It was December, it was cold, it was Christmas. It was not the time for a fun spring color. But now that we are well into Spring I feel like now I am able to love it.
So now that we are in the mood for some Greenery take a look at some ways you can decorate with it in your home. If you like it you may want to consider decorating with items that can be easily moved around or switched out when it’s time for a change. If you’re lovin it and ready to dive right in then check out some ways you can really vamp up your apartment.
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Before we continue I am going to admit that I have never lived anywhere other than Los Angeles. And why would I? I love it here! This is my home. We have the ocean, the mountains, the city, and the best weather. Why would I ever need to call another place “home”? My love for LA is quite deep and as much as I know the ins and outs of the city there are always new things to be discovered. New shops, new restaurants, new farmers markets, and even new popular Instagram spots. I swear I passed by the “Made in LA” wall by Cisco Home every week for nearly two years before I realized it was one of LA’s best Instagram spots. Oh yeah and that pink wall too (Paul Smith).
So we know that LA is fairly large. It’s very spread out compared to other dense cities (like our friends over there on the east coast). I think sometimes people forget downtown and Hollywood are about an hour’s drive away, of course depending on traffic. But within this large area there are several neighborhoods and cities that are each unique in their own way. Each filled with their own identity, culture, and history.
Urbanity Design Studio has been inspired by several of LA’s neighborhoods to design and curate rooms for LA living. See how we translate 9 areas into interior design styles. Like what you see? Check out our e-design packages so you can get your LA look.
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