Well good intentions for blog posting last week, never happened. My apologies! Atlanta Market was great. I saw so many great pieces for clients and came across some new product lines, which is a fabulous bonus! I love finding new products to share with you and my clients. But before I share with you some of my great finds, I wanted to share with you Atlanta Market’s #pantoneatlanta Design Exhibition.
The Pantone Design Exhibition featured 9 of the nation’s most talented designers. They each were given a Pantone 2016 spring color to design a vignette. Each vignette features products from various Atlanta Market vendors. What a great way to feature products for designers to shop!
Lets focus on each #pantoneatlanta vignette.
2016 Pantone Color of the Year: Serenity & Rose Quartz
by Kristin Alber, REstyleSource
Kristin Alber’s vignette features a feminine and modern home office. These soft soothing colors are paired beautifully with touches of a white neutral, and brought to life with pops of gold accents. The space feels grounded with layers of textures from the soft upholstery pieces, rugs, and natural pieces from the lighting and quartz accessories.
2016 Pantone Color: Lineage
by Janie Hirsch, J. Hirsch Interior Design
I absolutely loved this vignette! It’s moody, ethereal, glamorous and dramatic. This dining space has an old world feel with a modern and updated touch. To me this space is high touch with a cultivated elegance. I envision this dining space to be of a cultured family who have designed it to reflect their world travels and family heritage.
2016 Pantone Color: Bijoux
by Heather Hogan Roberts, Ivy and Vine
In the French language, Bijoux means jewelry. This vignette designed by Heather Hogan Roberts is the perfect lady’s home office. The gold and pink color palette is soft and vibrant. This space alone shines like a piece of jewelry. The custom pink and gold pineapple wallpaper (by Krane Wallpaper) is the perfect backdrop to this strong feminine room.
2016 Pantone Color: Dichotomy
by Shaun Smith, Shaun Smith Home
Shaun Smith’s vignette is based off the color Dichotomy. His space is a reflection of the dichotomy of blending old and new. This space has the perfect blend of old artifacts with new modern pieces. To me, the space is a modern day reflection of an old world equestrian love. The horse statue adds a touch of whimsy.
Come back tomorrow to see the other Pantone Design Exhibition!