At Aero Drapery & Blind serving Minneapolis, we keep up with the latest trends in interior design so you don’t have to! During New York Fashion Week, Pantone® surveyed designers about color trends and found that neutral soft pastel colors accessorized with splashes of bolder color will be popular for Spring 2014. You can bring these trends into your home by using vibrant fabrics for pillows, drapery panels, top treatments, and area rugs.
Leatrice Eiseman, Executive director of the Pantone Color Institute®, said, “This season, consumers are looking for a state of thoughtful, emotional and artistic equilibrium.” Click here to read more.
- Sand – golden tan reminiscent of the beach
- Hemlock – soft mint springtime green
- Placid blue – tranquil sky blue
- Violet Tulip – dreamy wistful purple
When it comes to interior decorating, you can mix and match these neutral colors to create a peaceful, tranquil space. Or, experiment with these adaptable pastels by adding bolder shades such as lively red, bright orange, deep purple or navy blue. While neutral colors add stability to a room, the addition of bolder colors evoke excitement and emotion.
- Silhouette® Window Shadings – neutral sheer fabric selections with the Signature S-Vane™ allow you to transform light. Pair these shades with their vertical counterpart, Luminette® privacy sheers, for doors and large openings.
- Pirouette® Window Shadings – soft horizontal fabric vanes attached to a sheer backing to softly diffuse light. Pair these shades with their vertical counterpart, Luminette® Modern Draperies.
Neutral window treatments such as Silhouette and Pirouette are stunning on their own, but add a vibrant valance, cornice or drapery panels and you have totally changed the look and feel of your room.
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Aero Drapery & Blind provides custom window treatments, draperies, motorized blinds and shades, shutters and Hunter Douglas window fashions to residents not only in Minneapolis, but in St Paul, Maple Grove, Burnsville, Eden Prairie, Hudson, Woodbury, Plymouth, Eagan, Blaine and Western Wisconsin.