Tag Archives: Orange

Colors of the Year 2015

Every year, different commercial brands announce their Color of the Year, and it’s definitely safe to say that they’re a good indicator of what’s happening in the color landscape. In Norway, there’s three players that are influencing the market; Pantone (international), Nordsjö/AkzoNobel (international) and Fargerike (local).

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5 Alternatives to the Boring Grey Sofa

Like with our wardrobes, cars, interiors and architecture, experts have been busy the last decade to advise us to play it safe, and surround ourselves with so called «neutral» colors, like grey, white and beige. Here are the top reasons for why those exact colors are the last you should pick when you go sofa shopping!

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Swedish Note Design Studio Designing Showing How it’s Done // FineFood Kärlek och Mat – Stockholm

I felt like giving a full on applause when I first saw this project by Note Design Studio. It’s such a good example of how more complex color palettes adds atmosphere and interest to a space that’s impossible to achieve when only using white, black and grey.

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OSLO: Orange is the New Black

Oslo is starting to get it’s colors on, and this year, a happy, fresh orange is popping up all over the place. The Astrup Fearnley Museum with it’s bright orange sun screening has gotten plenty of company.

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The Colors of FW14 – 10 Ways to Kick Out Black, Grey and Beige

FW14 was pretty much like it always is, with colors being toned down and muted. Black and grey were dominant, which, from a color theory perspective makes absolutely no sense at all. Black, grey and beige are the last colors you need in fall and winter, especially here in Scandinavia.

There are two reasons for why you should ban black, grey and beige from your winter wardrobe:

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