Sherwin Williams does it, Benjamin Moore does it and so does Pantone. A few weeks back, Pantone released their 2017 Color of the Year, Greenery to an audience of color enthusiasts, interior and graphic designers alike.  

Before the color was announced, I must have been subconsciously channeling green. In a recent master bathroom update, I encouraged my clients to boldly paint their cabinets a deep green color (Sherwin Williams 6475 Country Squire). Not quite Greenery but wow, did it make an impact! 

The color Greenery reflects the global cultural climates and influences many faucets such as architecture/interior design, fashion, and even food. Greenery, is described as a yellow-green hue representing and signifying a new year, fresh start, grass, outdoors, environment  Oh, how we need one of those!

Could you see yourself using this color in your home, painted on your walls, cabinets or as pillow fabric for your sofa. Do you love this color and not sure how to use it? I’d be more than happy to show you how! Call or email us for a cheeky Green consultation! 

On Stands Now:
Decorating for the Holidays


I am very excited to share with you that I am featured in the December issue of Austin Women Magazine, on stands now! Pick up your free copy at Whole Foods or Central Market, where I share the latest tips on contemporary decorating for the holidays. Or read the digital issue: Here

More images of the project can be viewed here as well!

Thinking about updating your home or know someone who is? Call or email us! I’d love to help you design and decorate your home. 512.343.4553 or info@allisonjaffe.com

 

 Austin is getting our very own an Ann Saks! I can imaging every interior designer in Austin sining ‘Hallelujah’. Ann Saks is a tile distributer known for their incredible selection and variety of high end tile. Their showroom should be opening at the beginning of 2017. Earlier this month, Ann Saks hosted Ghalia Sebti, the owner of the hand-made Moroccan tile company Ait Maos. Their tiles were stunning and the craftsmanship and time that goes into piecing together each complex tile design is something to be admired.
 

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A big congrats to our friends at Home Expressions Gallery on the opening of their new showroom located off Burnet in the former Kiva space. I have been working with Home Expressions, formally Morrisons, for years now. Their knowledge and expertise makes me a big fan of working with them when it comes to selecting appliances and plumbing for and with my clients.
(Photo: Jenn Schindelar, Me, Tylan Herschap)