We had a ton of fun creating this inspiration palette, which goal was to embody the essence of spring while utilizing various materials that are used in interior design.
A time of rejuvenation and regrowth, spring is when many plants begin to grow and flower. We incorporated lavender, pussy willow, a cotton branch and other plants for a touch of nature, in addition to added texture and interest. The color green, which oftentimes symbolizes life, nature, and well being, was an easy choice for the main accent color. In this case, we specifically went with a chartreuse since the color itself is the perfect spring green. Lavender, cool greys and texturized whites also make this arrangement sing. We tied in inspirational photos from the fashion runway as the fashion and interior design industries are so closely related in terms of trends.
We chose a variety of fabrics, wall coverings, carpet, paint samples, and tile.
Upholstery Fabric: Loop to Loop by Design Tex (in the color “Snowball”) is a delightful, geometric upholstery that comes in a variety of colors and is perfect for making a bold statement.
Upholstery Fabric: Ample by Luum Textiles of Teknion (in “Sunburst”) is a strong visual and tactile texture with a soft hand and is the perfect choice for where comfort is key.
Upholstery Fabric: Line Language by Luum Textiles (in “Chalk”) is based on rich art materials such as sumi ink, charcoal and graphite, creating a luxurious textile in look and feel.
Upholstery and Wall Fabric: Memory by Kvadrat (in the color number “466211”) is a unique solid fabric with a slightly distressed look.
Wall Fabric: Telecity by Luum Textiles (in “Hyperlink”) is a slick and lustrous wall fabric with a unique combination of reflective metallic yarns with soft and matte chenille yarns.
Acoustical Panel Textile: Meteor by Carnegie Fabrics (in colors 6427-749, 6427-750, 6427-756 and 6427-755) is Carnegie’s high performance, innovative and sustainable interior textile called Xorel.
Carpet: World Woven by Interface brings a distinctive, handcrafted feel to a broad array of interior projects. The styles pay homage to centuries-old woolen textiles, from Scottish tweed to Saori hand-weaving. We utilized two different planks from this collection: “Linen Loom” and “Heather Warp.”
Textured Wall Panel: Onda One by Soelberg Industries is a textured wavy wall panel with a lot of depth.
Wall Covering: Herrington (in the color “Plated”) by D.L. Couch is a take on the classic houndstooth but kicked up a notch with a reflective shimmer.
Hexagon Tile: Carrara White Hexagon tile from Daltile‘s Marble Collection.
Brick-Joint Mosaic Tile: First Snow Elegance Brick-Joint Mosaic tile from Daltile’s Marble Collection.