Waves of amber, purple and deep green create ‘fruited plein’ of color
By Susan Dickenson
This week’s Style Notebook, HNN’s third presentation of High Point Market trends, focuses on one of the new color directions we’re seeing this fall.
In “Fruited Plein,” a landscape of amber waves, deep mossy green, dusky teal and majestic purple give rise to a rugged elegance grounded in hues that evoke a sense of verdant calm.
The palette is applied to Celadon Art’s print of “Washington Valley – West Point,” which reproduces an historic (1834) painting by George Cooke on gallery-wrapped canvas.
Norwalk Furniture is introducing Green Envy as one of its four color trends for fall, anchored by the Venezia sofa shown below (and in the showroom’s main entrance). Echoing nature-inspired hues, Green Envy pulls in deeper shades of emerald, shamrock and pickle, blending them with mustard and dandelion tones and, at the lighter end, soothing violets like periwinkle and lavender.
Global Views’ Pleated Bowl with bronze stripe is made of glass, spun in a centrifuge and centrally fused for perfect pleating. Available in three sizes.
The Bradbury coffee table from Moe’s Home Collection is made in India from acacia wood with a semi-gloss finish, 35” diameter, 13.25” high.
Surya’s 18” round velvet button pillows are made of 100% cotton and available in four colors: purple, pink, teal and navy.
Kaleen’s Serinia rug in light blue, sand, ivory and brown, is machine woven polypropylene and available in four sizes.
From Currey & Company‘s introduction of cluster lights, the faceted shades of the Glace 36-light Multi-Drop Pendant are made of panes of Raj mirror joined with seams of metal in a brass finish.