WARM COLORS

It was Sir Isaac Newton who first created the color diagram around 1665, known as the Color Wheel. The side of the color wheel that is comprised of reds, oranges, yellow, and yellow-greens are typically known as warm colors. Brown, Taupe, and Beige are considered warm neutrals – ideal for interior design.  A palette of …

PLAIDS

During the 19th century, this pattern made the leap from Europe to the US as the word we now know as Plaid. Midwest company Woolrich Woolen Mills gave plaid’s popularity a boost when they originated Buffalo Plaid in the 1850’s. Buffalo Plaid is a plaid with large blocks formed by the intersection of two different …