With Pantone’s 2018 Color of the Year ‘Ultra Violet’ in mind, our newest design board features shades seeking both the fun and dramatic across the purple spectrum. Smatterings of green, gold and blue compliment, while neutrals provide perfect backdrops for letting the bolder, more energetic colors grab the attention.
Click the board for a larger view or scroll the list below to discover each component individually:
- Nina Campbell | Las Reves | Pampelonne | View
Experience Las Reves, the newest collection from celebrated designer Nina Campbell. This features an elegant, elongated wood grain pattern with the perfect subtle repeat.
- Designers Guild | Berwick | Marshall | View
A ribbed, velvet pattern with various candy colors that exhibits both fun and structured qualities.
- Stark | Petra | Purple Haze | View
This one lures us in with sexy, seductive swirls and the influence of old marbled book covers.
- Nina Campbell | Las Reves | Marguerite | View
“A floral cartouche trellis”. (Nina Campbell) History Lesson: ‘Cartouche’ originates in Egypt and identifies an oval ring often surrounding royal hieroglyphs, protecting whatever is within.
- Stark | Santorini | Blue Sky | View
A delicate, open-weave textile perfect for window curtains and letting just the right amount of light thru.
- Designers Guild | Riveau Essentials | Ultramarine | View
From Designers Guild–a deep, lush, colorful fabric with comfort and style in mind.
7. Julie Vos | LaFayette Necklace | Chalcedony and Pearl | Purchase
Lustrous bell cabochon with pearl accent on lightly hammered links, front toggle closure. Semiprecious stone, pearl and imported glass. 24K gold plate. (Julie Vos)
- Designers Guild | Alexandria | Amethyst | View
“A gorgeous illustrated botanical, digitally printed on beautiful tumbled linen. The ombre ground shades delicately behind the crisp cow parsley and poppies.” (Designers Guild)
- Designers Guild | Arona | Grass | View
A beautiful, bright green reminiscent of last year’s Color of the Year, Greenery. Used as a transitional reference; you can see how well it pairs with this year’s Ultra Violet for evolving the palette of your space.
- Groundworks | Hutch Lavender | View
We love this whimsical pattern designed by neo-expressionist American artist Hunt Slonem.
- Stray Dog Designs | Flower Bracelet | View
We love Stray Dogs’ eclectic nature…plus every item is uniquely made by hand.
- Osborne & Little | Matthew Williamson | Shimmer | View
“A semi-plain ottoman curtaining fabric in Matthew Williamson’s highly individualized colour palette.” (Osborne & Little)
- Farrow & Ball | Bumblebee | View
One of the finest patterns we’ve come across recently. Instant classic.
“This was originally found in Josephine Bonaparte’s bed chamber as a silk fabric. Featuring an enchanting myriad of bumble bees and sprinkled with cheeky polka dots, this is a hypnotic design that inspires a beguiling sense of childish innocence and playfulness.” (Farrow & Ball)
- Schumacher | Iconic Leopard | View
Stylish and iconic, animal prints portray a confidence in your fun-loving nature.
- Bellridge | Metropolitan | Pewter | View
Introduce a geometric pattern to provide symmetry within a space and compliment some of the design elements, such as furniture, window dressings, mouldings, etc.
Additional points of interest:
- Discover 3 Ways to Use Ultra Violet in your home or space.
- Explore our NEW Ultra Violet Pinterest board for some exciting ideas and inspiration we’ve come across.
- Talbot Goes Purple this month to encourage substance abuse awareness.
- Our January Anniversary Sale, featuring storewide savings* of 15-50% runs until Wednesday, January 31st. (*Some exclusions apply.)
Do you dig something you see on the board? Leave a comment below or stop by the store and design center to explore all the options for turning your daydreams and design crushes into reality.