Small Statments {Part One}…

December 28, 2010 § Leave a comment

As GHID wraps up 2010, we’ve begun to look back on our personal trends and design trademarks incorporated into our completed projects over this past year. From window treatments and paint color, to textiles, manufacturers and inspirations, Garrison Hullinger and associates have continued to generate a soothing style that embodies all that is serene.

Garrison Hullinger and I recently sat down to chat about where we’ve been, what we’re known for, and where we’re headed in 2011. During that time we complied a list of signature statements GHID has used in 2010, and intend on using or reinventing in the year to come. This week our posts are dedicated to GHID’s 2010 design work and trends…Enjoy.

Custom Window Treatments:

GHID Design Trends:

Custom Window Treatments

1. Fabric: Neutral linen

2. Trouser Break

3. Cartridge pleat

4. Double rods for panels & sheers

*Round/ball finials painted to match custom rod finish

5. Bronze finish on custom hardware

Paint Colors:

GHID Design Trends:

Paint Colors

{Benjamin Moore}

We love Hazelwood and paints that embody a hint of rose, we’re loyal to Navajo White, and enjoy cool, crisp and serene colors such as Cool Mint and Iced Green.

Textiles:

GHID Design Trends:

Textiles

*Linen

*Chevron

*Geometrics

*Muted Colors

 

 

Written by GHID Associate Interior Designer: Nicole Copko

 

 

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