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Trend Alert: New Minimal Color-Blocking

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 27, 2015 01:03 AM
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by Alexa Hotz last modified Oct 26, 2015

A new wave of color-blocking takes a minimalist approach with wider streaks of paint and subtle squares of color for a Rothko-like installation. Here is a look at six examples we're partial to. Above: Interior designer and expert on subdued color Marianne Evennou blends a table into the wall with a border of gray paint on the lower third of the wall in an apartment in Paris. Above: Photograph of the bedroom of designer Hester Worst in the Hague by Eefje de Coninck . Above: Interior architect  Remy Meijers  used pale gray to color-block a bedroom in a remodeled mansion in The Hague. Photograph from  History and Modern Glam in The Hague . Above: A stripe of navy paint skirts across a closet door in the home of Jen Shalom in Brooklyn. Photograph by Nicole Cohen . Above: A room painted in Benjamin Moore's  Tarrytown Green Regal Select Interior Paint . Above: A bedroom in green by INT2 Architecture from Steal This Look: A Color-Blocked Bedroom in Moscow . Get creative with more paint and design ideas in: Go Big or Go Home: 10 Geometric Painted Walls 10 Favorites: Accent Wall Ideas 10 Bold Color-Blocked Bedrooms More Stories from Remodelista Table of Contents: Color Stories Top 5 in Design News: Damien Hirst, Architecture in Film, and the World's Most Impractical Buildings Current Obsessions: The New Geometry






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