Saturday, August 31, 2013

Wow - I LOVE the new bold colors by Kohler! My favorite line is by designer Jonathan Adler, who says, "One rule of color is that there are no rules." Kohler's new line is really stunning, bringing personality and bold pops of color to kitchens and bathrooms.
Jonathan Adler - Photos by Kohler
Jonathan Adler, potter, designer, and lead judge on Bravo’s Top Design, recommends peppering every room in the home—including the kitchen—with little surprises and exclamation marks of color. “It’s the surprise factor that makes color work,” he says. According to Adler, there’s nothing better than a colored sink to bring a kitchen to life. Even better, he says, “These colors work in just about any kitchen color palette to add a little punch.”
Photos by Kohler
You can add bath accessories, towels, soap dispensers and paint to freshen up the look, but these fantastic fixtures are sure to anchor the room.
Photos by Kohler
If you're considering adding a pop of color to your bathroom or kitchen, think about these things: 
How do you use the space?
What do you want to feel when you enter the room?
Are you looking for a calming effect or an energizer?
If you're unsure about how to balance these bold new hues, or don't know where to begin, contact me and let's chat - I'd be happy to help you!
Photos by Kohler

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Really interesting and colorful palette. I think i wll be trying to use handmade mosaic tiles in the interior to anchor an eye.
handmade ceramic mosaic tiles had always been used in a very interesting manner. In Greek tubes and swimming pools it looks great and authentic.
But a year or so people started experimenting with handmade mosaic and material it`s made of. Glass, steel, gold-plated - all of these are looking weird,indeed, but in the same time they deliver experience you had never had