Farrow and Ball’s new paint color showroom design showcases paint colors on three dimensional forms – brilliant because we see color in three dimensions. This makes sense.
Where do you go now that the bright white-on-white and gray-on-white trend is over? There are color strategies to update – interior and exterior solutions.
Do you struggle trying to decide if a color is warm or cool? The struggle ends here with this blog post.
We can reduce a very complex and many-dimensional human visual experience down to three numbers called XYZ trichromacy values.
Figuring out what “greige” is supposed to look like is a pain point for many. In this blog post I sort out the true usefulness of words like greige, taupe, beige, and khaki.
I do not subscribe to methodologies involving color undertones because they are subjective aspects of color, not measurable attributes. ~funcolors