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10 New Colors for Fall

Looking for some inspiration for your interior design updates? Well, fall colors are here and they already have us dreaming of cooler days and hours spent entertaining guests indoors. This seasonal color palette is filled with a gorgeous range of soft blues, cozy naturals, and bursts of red and pink. So grab your coffee or tea, get comfy on your favorite recliner, and get ready to let your fall decor dreams go wild!
 
 

1

RIVERSIDE

riverside

 

Riverside is a dusky blue that Pantone describes as “cool and calming” and “displays a subtle vibrancy and sophistication”.

Riverside-Bernhardt

Create the elegant accents you love.

Bernhard Furniture (above)

Riverside-Century

Get a classic appeal by using touches of Riverside.

Century Furniture (above)

 

Riverside2-EKingSt

Select an eye-catching Riverside statement piece.

East King St. & Co. (above)

 
 

2

AIRY BLUE

airyblue

 

Airy Blue looks and feels just as its name sounds: light, soft, and free.

AiryBlue-Baker

Choose Airy Blue for the focal point of your interior design.

Baker Furniture (above)

 

AiryBlue-Bernhardt

Create a soothing atmosphere with Airy Blue walls.

Bernhardt Furniture (above)

 

AiryBlue-Hancock&Moore

Add eye-catching detail with patterns.

Hancock & Moore (above)

 
 

3

SHARKSKIN

sharkskin
 

Sharkskin is perfect as both a centerpiece and a companion color.

Sharkskin-AL

Use Sharkskin for a soft color scheme.

American Leather (above)

 

Sharkskin-HickoryChair

Create subtle accents with a combination of patterns.

Hickory Chair (above)

 
 

4

AURORA RED

aurorared
 

Aurora Red is as bold and beautiful as fall foliage.

AuroraRed-Bernhardt

Add some drama to your room by using vibrant Aurora Red.

Bernhardt Furniture (above)

 
 

5

WARM TAUPE

warmtaupe
 

Warm Taupe is a cozy neutral that Pantone describes as “trusted, organic and grounded”.
WarmTaupe-Bernhardt

Create a relaxed atmosphere with Warm Taupe.

Bernhardt Furniture (above)

 

WarmTaupe-HickoryChair

Add elegant, earthy accents.

Hickory Chair (above)

 
 

6

DUSTY CEDAR

dustycedar
 

Dusty Cedar is a rich shade of pink that is perfect for the fall palette.

DustyCedar-Chaddock

Add a touch of the unexpected by using this unique shade of pink.

Chaddock (above)

 
 

7

LUSH MEADOW

lushmeadow
 

This beautiful color pairs perfectly with any other Pantone fall hue.
LushMeadow-Century

Combine different shades of green and create a layered look.

Century Furniture (above)

 

LushMeadow-EKingSt

Create a bright and bold environment.

East King St. & Co. (above)

 
 

8

SPICY MUSTARD

spicymustard
 

Spicy Mustard is a deliciously vibrant yellow that is “unexpected and unusual” and perfect for fall designs.
SpicyMustard-AL

Pull the room together with a combination of accent pieces.

American Leather (above)

 

SpicyMustard-Baker

Create a cheerful ambience with a Spicy Mustard color scheme.

Baker Furniture (above)

 
 

9

POTTER’S CLAY

pottersclay
 

Potter’s Clay makes for luxuriously warm and earthy interiors.
PottersClay-Bernhardt

Combine Potter’s Clay with Sharkskin accents for a stunning design.

Bernhardt Furniture (above)

PottersClay-Chaddock

Use Potter’s Clay as a base to create a warm and inviting room.

Chaddock (above)

 
 

10

BODACIOUS

bodacious
 

Bodacious rounds out this elegant palette with its bold, rich hue. Pantone describes Bodacious as “versatile”, a color that “lends itself to vibrant color combinations”.

Bodacious-Chaddock

Go bold with vibrant, Bodacious accents.

Chaddock (above)

01
Sep
2016

Dive in to Pantone’s Color of the Summer

Pantone’s Color of the Summer

 

Looking to bring a little summer vacation into your home? Scuba Blue is one of Pantone’s selected colors for summer this year, and we can see why. The vibrant tone highlights the fun and energy of the season, and it blends beautifully with most colors.
 
To assist you with your summery, seaside daydreams, we’ve gathered a selection of gorgeous blues to browse. Enjoy!
 
All the best,
Sheffield Furniture & Interiors
 
Sofa and Skyline Chair & Ottoman from Stressless

Metropolitan Sofa and Skyline Chair & Ottoman from Stressless

 

East King St & Co. Living Room

 

East King St & Co. Living Room

 

Lindsey Upholstered Bed from Bernhardt

Lindsey Upholstered Bed from Bernhardt

 

 Fabrics from Thibaut v1  Fabrics from Thibaut v2

Fabrics from Thibaut

 
Grant Sectional from American Leather

 

Grant Sectional from American Leather

 

 Beckmore Host Chair  Royce Chair

Beckmore Host Chair and Royce Chair from Lillian August for Hickory White

 

 Haven Collection v1  Haven Collection v2
 Haven Collection v3

Haven Collection from Bernhardt

 

Fabric from Lee Jofa

Fabric from Lee Jofa
 
Fabric from Stroheim-v2

Fabric from Stroheim
 

 Chaddock Dining Room  East King St & Co Living Room

Chaddock Dining Room

East King St & Co Living Room

 

Parkway Modular Sectional from Brown Jordan

Parkway Modular Sectional from Brown Jordan

 

 Ally Court Chair  Dresser from Sheffield Classics

Ally Court Chair from Lillian August for Hickory White

Dresser from Sheffield Classics                

 Fabrics from Robert Allen v1  Fabrics from Robert Allen v2

Fabrics from Robert Allen

 Fabrics from Thibaut v6

Fabrics from Thibaut

30
Jun
2015

Fall 2014 High Point Market Trends

This fall some of our designers traveled to North Carolina to High Point Market, the largest furniture trade show in the world! While at Market, they met with furniture manufacturers and were given a sneak peek at the upcoming trends and new introductions from your favorite brands! Malvern designer, Cate Heck, was on top of the trends and provided these great photos from her trip!

 

 Trend:  Chanel-Style Quilted Upholstery 

High Point Market Trends - Quilting

High Point Market Trends - Quilting

High Point Market Trends - Quilting

High Point Market Trends - Quilting

Trend: Jewel Tones

2014 High Point Market Trends - Jewel Tones

2014 High Point Market Trends - Jewel Tones

2014 High Point Market Trends - Jewel Tones

2014 High Point Market Trends - Jewel Tones

2014 High Point Market Trends - Jewel Tones

Trend: Patterned Upholstery 

2014 High Point Market Trends - Patterned Upholstery

2014 High Point Market Trends - Patterned Upholstery

Trend: Bold Art

2014 High Point Market Trends - Bold Art

2014 High Point Market Trends - Bold Art

2014 High Point Market Trends - Bold Art

2014 High Point Market Trends - Bold Art

05
Dec
2014

On Trend: Gold

Gold is a trend we see pop up over and over again in fashion and home design. But this year, gold has taken on a life of its own!  No longer satisfied with simply using gold as an accent color,  we’re gilding it all - from floor to ceiling and everything in between.

Below see just a few of our favorite gold pieces carried by our Sheffield brands.

Statement Gold Pieces at Sheffield Furniture

1 Perlini Mirror by Hickory Chair

2 Harmony Damask Wallpaper in Metallic Gold by Thibaut

3 Strelka Cocktail Table by Baker

4 Althorp Ballroom Chair by Theodore Alexander

5 Kensington Metal Canopy Bed by Bernhardt

20
Oct
2014

Pantone Fashion Color Report: Fall 2013

Summer has just begun, but designers plan well in advance of the changing seasons which is why Pantone has released their Fashion Color Report for Fall 2013.  Officially debuted on the first day of fashion week back in February, the report features the top ten colors for next season’s men’s and women’s fashions as well as designer sketches and industry insights.

 

Historically, there has been lag time of several years between when fashions debut on the runway to when their influence is seen in interior design.  Recently however, we’ve seen this lag time decrease and in some cases disappear.  Editor in Chief of Fashion + Decor, Gretchen Aubuchon, largely attributes this to the active social media network that operates around the design community.  Designers, both fashion and interior, get an inside look through blogs and social media networks at the up-and-coming trends and this helps educate next season’s designs.  This is the reason why your emerald green jacket matches so well with your new emerald green ottoman!

 

Take a look below at Pantone’s Fashion Color Report for Fall 2013, paired with matching room scenes from our top selling brands.

 

All the best,

Sheffield Furniture & Interiors

 

Source: http://freshome.com/2013/01/20/how-does-the-world-of-fashion-influence-the-world-of-interiors/

 

08
Jul
2013

New Year, New Color

The hottest colors in decorating come and go just like they do in fashion—eventually coming around again in new shades and iterations. It’s exciting to see what home furnishings visionaries and trendsetters come up with each season. Last year Pantone named Tangerine Tango as the color of the year for 2012 and this year they’ve looked at 2013 and chosen…Emerald! Pantone’s 2013 Color of the Year is Emerald Green—a retro-elegant gem emblematic of harmony and good fortune.

 

Emerald green—it’s a color rich with personality that is both bold and sophisticated. It’s no coincidence they’re promoting the color in its namesake shape of an emerald stone. In describing this new ‘it’ shade, Pantone says it’s: “Lively. Radiant. Lush…A color of elegance and beauty that enhances our sense of well-being, balance and harmony.”

 

From fabrics to accessories and everything in between, emerald green is making its way into showrooms and homes. While emerald is hot today, we’ll concede it can be challenging to visualize it in a décor scheme. One strategy is to start small. Add a few pieces as accents and accessories. Try a small side table and new throw pillows or choose a fabric for window treatments or bedding that features emerald.

 

Green just not your color? Don’t despair. If you just don’t see this shade in your home, make an appointment with us for a free consultation and let us help you find the right color palette for your home.

 

 

All the best,

Sheffield Furniture & Interiors

 

02
Jan
2013

From Suits to Suites

It’s no secret that home furnishings design follows the trail that fashion blazes. From color palettes and patterns to fabrics and textures—runway looks inspire furniture designers and the designs that eventually make their way into our homes. So it’s no surprise that a big trend this season is the menswear look.

 

It’s hard to find anything more classic than a well-tailored suit. Combine the perfect fabric, style and tailoring, and the result is amazing. Today’s home furnishings designers are finding the same holds true in furniture. From the fabrics to the detailing, here’s a look at how men’s fashion is influencing interior design.

 

As with fashion, fabrics come first with this trend. You’ll see tweedy plaids, hounds tooth (in both small- and large-scale), pinstripes, chevron designs, Greek key patterns and small dots and graphic prints. Almost any pattern you’d see on a man’s tie is being interpreted in textiles and used in upholstery and window treatments.

 

The color palette is equally important with the menswear-inspired look. Expect to see lots of black, white and complex neutrals (colors mixed with gray). Gray provides the foundation—just like the classic gray suit—and colors are added and mixed to create the mood. Gray and greige (gray+beige) are some of today’s hottest shades in wall colors and bed linens. Wood finishes range from deep and rich to lighter and more distressed—and are accented with metal finishes and bases to add character.

 

Just as the difference between a $200 suit and a $2,000 suit is all in the details—the same is true for home furnishings. Defining touches such as pleats, nailhead accents, contrasting welts, decorative trim and fabrics that look and feel luxurious, distinguish these high-end furniture looks.

 

The final touch to any fashionable ensemble is jewelry—or a wristwatch for men—and furniture is no exception. Drawer pulls, window treatments, rugs and decorative lighting are the jewelry to a room and add the perfect finishing touch. Great fashion can improve the way a man looks and feels, and today’s menswear fashion trends are elevating the style in our homes as well.

 

All the best,

Sheffield Furniture & Interiors

 

24
Oct
2012

Design Trend – Warm Colors

As the weather changes and the days get shorter and cooler, it’s a great time to look to color for inspiration in home décor. Nothing sets a mood better than color. You can change the way a room feels just by updating its fabrics, furnishings and wall color. And today’s color trends make it easy to create warmth.

 

The beauty of creating a ‘warm’ space is that it works everywhere—family rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, baths, etc. Making a room feel comfier is always a good thing. A den or great room that feels warm encourages guests to stay and get comfortable. Using a warm color palette in a bonus room or basement is a trick designers use to make a cavernous space feel cozy.

 

So how do you create this feeling? Start with colors that remind you of fall. Create a palette using shades of garnet, plum, berry, sapphire, olive, burnt orange, chocolate, mustard and cream. Imagine you are bringing the outside in and look to your favorite shades of nature for inspiration.

 

Warm colors work wonderfully when paired with neutrals. You can dress up a neutral beige sofa with pillows and an ottoman covered in rich autumn-inspired shades of gold and orange. Or, add drama to a neutral dining room with custom drapes made in a shade of deep plum or amethyst, and then tie in your table linens and glassware.

 

Lastly, consider texture as another way to ‘warm up’ a room. Look for chunky, sweater-inspired woven pillow covers and throw blankets. Consider fabrics with raised dimension or embroidery. Today’s top patterns are soft, textural.

 

Whether your personal design style favors traditional, contemporary, transitional or eclectic—there’s a way to warm up your space with color and style.

 

All the best,

Sheffield Furniture & Interiors

 

02
Oct
2012

Navy Blue: the New “It” Neutral

When it comes to neutrals, watch out browns and grays—navy blue is on the scene. Bold and strong, yet classic and refined, navy is the perfect shade to build a space around. And that’s what makes it the ideal neutral.

 

So what is a neutral anyway? We see neutrals as the core colors that provide a foundation to a room’s color palette. Neutrals provide a backdrop to help other colors shine, and navy does this with style.

 

Navy is the perfect complement to white and shades of cream, ecru and beige. It has a crispness that is at once bold and clean. Pair it with whites to create a look that’s classic, formal or coastal.

 

For a more fashionable look, navy provides the perfect foil to hues of raspberry, gray, red and chartreuse. It offers the rich darkness of black, yet is more intriguing and complex.

 

A monochromatic color scheme is another excellent way to showcase navy blue. It looks its best in rich fabrics—preferably with sheen, pattern or texture—that reflect its depth.

 

No ‘johnny-come-lately’, navy has been around for ages, and has never gone out of style. Dining room, bedroom, powder room, den or study…there’s nowhere this shade doesn’t work. And while it’s sometimes the star of the show, its greatest role is as a neutral backdrop that lets other colors truly shine.

 

Our best,
Sheffield Furniture & Interiors

 

08
Aug
2012

Pop Goes the Color

A simple way of updating a room is to add ‘pops’ of color. If you watch HGTV or home decorating shows, you’ve probably heard this term before. If not, it simply means to use color in concentrated areas instead of all over. It’s particularly useful when you just want a little bit of bold color. Like turquoise or orange—you may not be ready to paint a whole room with them, but a few well-placed accessories in these shades can give you a ‘pop’ of color.

 

More ways to add a ‘pop’ of color include layering a colorful throw on the side of a chair or adding new accent pillows to your sofa. A pair of ottomans in a bold color, placed in front of the fireplace or cocktail table, makes a colorful statement. You can even change out your lamps or add a few brightly hued accessories to liven up
a room.

 

And don’t forget to look down. If you have a largely solid, neutral carpeting or flooring, think about adding a
colorful rug. Choose a color or pattern that will tie all the elements in the room together.

 

The best part about ‘pops’ of color is that they’re simple to update. If you eventually get tired of a color or you’re ready to explore another, they’re items that are easy to replace.

 

Our best,
Sheffield Furniture & Interiors

 

26
Jun
2012


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