Each year brings new goals, new movies, new purchases, new families… and new colors. For 2014, Pantone’s color of the year is… Radiant Orchid! It’s a beautiful member of the purple family. With a harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones, it brings a bright and unique hue to this year’s trending color palette. Described as “an invitation to innovation,” it is already appearing in styles by Gucci and on Michelle Obama. The color will be greatly integrated into fashion, beauty, and interiors this year. Launching as a Spring color, its ability to mix with chocolate browns and deep greens forecasts its translation into the Fall 2014 color spectrum as well.
Radiant Orchid for Interiors
In the window fashions industry, we are the staples of interior design and ambassadors of home style and innovation. We perfect the art of window dressing through not only inventive lifting systems, but through modern fabrics and colors. It is important to know how to use new color for contemporary clients and creative product lines.
Radiant Orchid is both obvious and adaptable. Uplifting and bold without being overpowering, it reenergizes almost any color scheme and provides a unifying element for diverse spaces. It complements olive and deeper hunter greens, and offers a gorgeous combination when paired with turquoise, teal and even light yellows. Likewise, the vibrant color livens up neutrals including gray, beige and taupe.
While window treatments are an accessory in a room, they are a powerful focus. Shades can be used as the accent color or come in a neutral shade to compliment a brightly painted wall. Each piece in the room, whether it a couch or vase, must coordinate with this palette. Hunter Douglas offers a sophisticated line of window shades that help add class and style to any room. Try Silhouette® window shadings in white against a vivid paint colored wall.Drop by Our Hunter Douglas Showroom to view our large selection of Hunter Douglas Window Coverings. http://www.sheilaswindowtoppers.com/Hunter-Douglas-Silhouette-Shades.htm