Today’s Fashion Forward design is inspired by The Pantone Fashion Color Report Fall 2013. This fashion design sketch from Joy Cioci is a fun mixture of two featured colors in the report: ‘Emerald’ and ‘Mykonos’. A bold statement for the brave-hearted designers out there.
Would you like to Get This Look? Here are some pieces you might like to kick-start your design: Emerald Vintage-Style Area Rug from One Kings Lane, Mykonos Ovo Floor Lamp from Lamps Plus, Blue Upholstered Chair from Zinc Door, Black Wood Side Table from Zinc Door, Chevron Pillow from Zinc Door, Soft Grey Cork Flooring from Lumber Liquidators.
Do you like the blending of Pantone’s ‘Emerald’ and ‘Mykonos’ colors? Is it something you would like to wear or have in your interior decor?
Are you looking for a way to add a little Emerald Green to your life? Since Pantone announced it as the Color of the Year for 2013, I have been looking to do just that. But, I have to admit that I have some serious ‘commitment issues’ when it comes to new design trends. Like many of you, I’m dealing with a pretty tight, sometimes non-existant, design budget. The solution? Throw pillows! They’re relatively inexpensive and easy to change out when you’re ready to try something new. Give this great collection a try. I just love the geometric patterns, so fun! Oh, and I just had to include this awesome scarf. Not only would it make a great wardrobe accent but wouldn’t it look great draped over a chair? Just beautiful.
I absolutely love Pantone’s color of the year for 2013. Emerald Green! It’s such a rich, classy color that reminds me of sophisticated interiors of times gone by. But, how do you take this classic color and translate it into something fresh and contemporary? That question had me stumped for a while. So, I decided to scour my art sources and put together a collection of emerald colored prints with a modern edge.
I couldn’t help but include a vintage piece from the Art Deco era also. I mean, the Art Deco style is just too cool to forget.
Looking for something already framed? Try these:
…and another last minute addition. Great Texture!