Crisp, classic and chic, our hot hue of the week has been deemed the newest neutral for many reasons. Not only does navy pair well with just about anything, it’s a dark shade that feels comfortable and inviting.
From where you sit, to where you sleep, to where you eat, we’re helping everyone bring home the beach through designs that are easy and breezy, whitewashed and weathered, natural and casual, and decked in crisp whites and blues.
There may be many shades of grey, but graphite stands out from the rest for its smoldering suaveness. Named after the mineral, it’s identified as an iron-black to steel-grey and considered a formal, conservative, sophisticated color that’s both timeless and practical.
The jury may be out on this one, but we think teal is one of the most enchanting blues there is. Not only does our hot hue of the week signify reliability and trustworthiness, it is believed to promote commitment and spiritual advancement.
Spring has sprung and we’re celebrating with lemon – our utterly refreshing hot hue of the week. As zesty as the fruit, this color is appropriately often associated with food. It also stimulates mental activity, generates muscle energy and can’t help but make you feel happy.