Danish club chairs. Flying saucer lamps. Pop-art wallpaper. If you were born after the baby-boomer era, you probably didn’t grow up with mid-century modern furnishings. But this once-prevalent style from the 1950s and ’60s is more popular than ever and being embraced by a whole new generation of consumers.
For many decorative painting artisans, attending a Faux Retreat hosted by Kathy Boyd is a lot like eating a Lay’s potato chip. They can’t just stop at one.
Designer Scott Bodenner from Chella Luxury Performance Textiles talks trends and influences for the fabric market.
Blues aren't the only splash on the palette. Purples and reds also are making a huge showing.
On Sept. 23, 8,000 square feet of wall space at the Safehaven Project for Community Living in Toronto was revamped by more than 40 volunteers, part of a broader initiative called "Colourful Communities" launched earlier this year by DULUX® paint.