Uncategorized

Color Trends by Souraya from Binti Home PART 2

Color4

{Images by Mikkel Rahr Mortensen, Hella Jongerius and Histor}

Today another guest post by Souraya Hassan from Binti Home

Green: eco – moss – olive – grass

Green is the color of eco, healthy, biologic and the trend color of this year. Green gives a fresh and friendly look on your interior. In combination with different woods you’ll get the nature into your house. Using green makes a room optic looks bigger. I like to pick different nuances of green to create an interior full of happiness, healthiness and harmony. The moodboard above is a mix between vintage, handcrafting and art. The moodboard below is rustic, ecologic and modern.

Mood4

{Images by Sjoerd Eickmans and Maison Francaise}

Color3 Mood1 Color2 Mood3
 

Color3

{Images by Home art magazine, Q-bo project, Rene Gonkel

Naturel: basic – champagne – sand – pebble– crème – grey

Choose for naturals in your interior for a harmonious and peaceful interior. Good pallets are naturals like champagne, off-whites, sand and grey. I think it’s very nice in this pallet to put a lot of different materials in the same color. Choose wool, felt, fabrics and wood. This makes your interior warm, harmonious en atmospheric. The moodboard above is modern, bright with a touch of art. The moodboard below is modern in combination with blue/grey elements. 

Mood1

{Images by Ernie Enkelaar, Rene Gonkel}

Yellow: Ocher –Mustard – Sun – Gold – Champagne

Color2

{Images by Hotze Eisma and  Anita Kaushal , Bloom-magazine}

One of the trend colors is yellow, ocher. Choose yellow for different accessories in your interior, for example cushions, pouf, plaid, vases. But also it’s very nice to give a cabinet or cupboard a yellow color. It’s very sophisticated to combine this with black, a little green and greys. The moodboard above is modern, ecologic with ton-sur-ton colors. The moodboard below is funny with vintage and graphic elements. 

Mood3

{Image by Fotomaire}

Thank you Very Much by Souraya Hassan from Binti Home for writing this post for us. 

 

5
Bloesem loves comments

Recently on Bloesem
Darling, crack a smile

Crack a smile

“Darling, crack a smile”... How often have you had that said to you while you were minding your own business? Photographer Mia Mala McDonald and needlwork artist Catherine Tipping had enough of this approach. So they created the joint exhibition Why Doesn’t She Crack A Smile? 

Add Pop of Color

Let's add a pop of color to our interiors. Create your own timeless cushions with this colorful and abstract punch needle pattern by Het Atelier van Eva.

Placemat by Emilie Roter

Start afresh. Leave the colored table linen and floral china in the cupboard. And convert to crochet tableware with this placemat pattern by Emilie Roter. We assure you there will be ooh’s and aah’s...

Blue Bolster by Bloesem

Get in with the extreme knitting crowd and create the ultimate lounging accessory. From your living room to office space, this knitted bolster will be your best companion when you need some...

Mosaic Blanket by Purl Soho

Pattern by Kristina McGowan at Purl Soho  YARNS Color A: Purl Soho’s worsted twist, 100% merino wool, heirloom white, 3 skeins, 365m Color B: Purl Soho’s worsted twist, 100% merino wool,...