10 Jul Color Crush: Dreamcatcher
Break free with Dreamcatcher, an adventurous color that is sure to reinvigorate. This deeply saturated bright blue hue is a refreshing take on traditional blues for the summer season.
Use Dreamcatcher as an eye-catching yet hardworking and anchoring hue in fashion and interiors to add an energetic and globally inspired feel. Whether you are traveling the world or making your mark on it, Dreamcatcher is sure to inspire.
Tip #1: Pattern Play
For use in pattern, we’re loving both color blocked geos and painted motifs. Both work equally well. The only rule here: have fun with pattern.
Tip #2: Texture Takeover
Play with a range of finishes in this hue to add drama to your space. In this office, Dreamcatcher embraces natural textured walls and floorings, adding layers to create a bold and striking statement. The glossy, lacquered version of Dreamcatcher shown on the desk unit contrasts best with white and silver metallic accents, creating reflections that brighten up the room. Black acts as an anchor, grounding Dreamcatcher to truly set this stylish scene.
Tip #3: State of the Art
Let art be your focal point with Dreamcatcher. This color brings a crisp and modern look to any piece. The combination of various bright and bold shades of Dreamcatcher swirl together in perfect harmony. To maintain a dreamy look, avoid sharp contrasts by using art with analogous colors including Dreamcatcher. This allows our bright primary hue to make a statement piece that impacts the way we perceive the art.
Tip #4: Something Borrowed, Something Blue
Dreamcatcher complements a mix of styles to create a bold, yet cozy space. Consider styling with secondhand and antique items, achieving that diverse and well-traveled look while still staying within budget. Dreamcatcher works so well with this eclectic look as a signature of the Southwestern trend, putting its own modern twist on the diverse look.
Love this color?!? Use Pantone 7459C or Pratt and Lambert Paints –Deep Turquoise 114F.