What is the ideal chair? Is it the laid-back Eames Lounge Chair? Or maybe a refined chaise by Le Corbusier? Or perhaps Arne Jacobsen’s classic Series 7 chair?
Each of these achievements deserves a place in well-curated design, but we believe it’s the Wishbone Chair that truly represents the two qualities—aesthetic style and utilitarian functionality—that define an ideal chair. Designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1949, the Wishbone Chair has been continuously produced since 1950 by the revered Danish firm Carl Hansen & Søn.
Every room has its own color story. As a member of Pratt & Lambert‘s Style and Design Guild, we used their paint swatches to create a color scheme based around dominant and accent colors trending in interior design. Learn how each and every color influences the ambiance of an interior space.
When designing a space it’s crucial to pick colors that mesh well together and create an inviting atmosphere. The room shot above featuring Stacy Garcia | New York for York Wallcovering Fleurish. highlights a contemporary interpretation of a pastel palette, with bold pops of saturated color.
Clean shades of purple, a bright green hue and dark and light neutrals, create a fresh mix of color. The combination of Maid of Orleans, Nursery Green and Delta Moon is specifically reminiscent of the serenity that we feel from being outdoors and absorbing nature.