Currently in my number one spot, Emerald.
On either side of the jewel in the crown are Aloe and Lemon Sorbet.
A late entry, Re-blued, the 2013 pick from the Color Marketing Group makes four. To be fair, Re-blued isn't a late entry, I forgot about her.
Color needs context.
Are you walking and reading this on the phone? Stop right now or you'll be shocked and loose your balance and get carred or crash into middle-aged shoppers in the grocery store. The Color Marketing Group forecasts color. Told you.
"Re-blued is reminiscent of clear skies and warm seas....colonial roots give it a familiar feeling, with a fresh face....it can be updated to contemporary status with vibrant tones, or nestled into a heritage feel with those more historic or traditional."
Let's have another look at Ms. Dortch's bath. The Koi Bath. I'm not a vessel sink fan but will gladly root for this one. And I like that the fixtures are chrome and the hardware on the chest is brass.
Derwent wallpaper from Osborne and Little.
Well, pageant judges, there you have your four finalists. Will late entry Re-blued shove Emerald aside for top tiara? Does Lemon Sorbet walk away with Miss Congeniality? How will you place them?
Comment, please, the suspense is killing me.
thanks for reading,
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Links for this post in order of mention: Emerald Pumps, Emerald Glass Kenneth Jay Lane Bracelet, Shanghai Peacock Printed Linen, Carleton Varney of Dorothy Draper and Company, Miles Redd, artist Pamela Munger, Vogue 1953 Mr. Hartnell via The Lady Magazine, Sherwin-Williams, Jennifer Garrigues, Amanda Nisbet, Shodo Kawarazaki wood block, Benjamin Moore, Color Marketing Group, Pratt and Lambert Paints, Dash and Albert Rugs, a Massachusetts company, "Derwent" the Koi Wallpaper from Osborne and Little, Ashley Dortch HBHome, Lulu DK's "Parade" fabric, to aquire Parade fabric or other design services from Linda Pakravan, email me!