Monica Förster for DePadova: Florinda ChairPosted: April 10, 2011
Whoa color! What a great grouping. The color I find most interesting and “new” in this smattering is the teal. I think it’s what makes this combination fresh and cutting edge. Red, orange and acidic yellow shades have been around. The spa blue has been huge in interior design for at least 10 years. But recently I have been seeing this teal color used in modern, bright ways in both fashion and interiors. I think the combination of the primary brights with the spa with the teal lets the eye vibrate, then rest, then activate, then settle and for that reason is a dynamic color palette with depth.