As the weather starts to get a little colder and the joy of the holiday season is on the horizon, we’re embracing all things familiar and secure. Introducing our November color crush, Denim. Like your favorite pair of jeans you reach for time and time again, this color creates a relaxing energy which we’re craving before the rush of the holiday season. Read on for our favorite ways to use Denim.

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TAKE THE ADVENTURE

If you’re looking for a wall color that’s not your basic white – Denim might be the way to go. This classic blue pairs well with neutrals, but also creates a huge splash with brighter colors. This space by Lauren Li of Sisalla Interior Design is a stand out example of how a space can be transformed with the right color palette. The Denim walls set up a strong foundation for abstract art to shine creating an adventurous and well-designed space. 


Design by Lauren Li of Sisalla Interior Design, Photography by Tess Kelly

BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL

To create the energy of sundrenched spaces, we love how this bold blue pairs with cream, white and neutral hues. In this example below by Glenna Stone Interior Design, the Denim hued furniture, light wood, and a cream pattern against a deep blue all work together to enhance the spaces natural light.
 Design by Glenna Stone Interior Design, Photography by Rebecca McAlpin

STAND OUT DETAILS

When you have a phenomenal space that boasts clean lines and details in the cabinetry, it would be criminal to hide it away. A color like Denim allows the gorgeous craftsmanship to shine without being washed away by a dull color. This pantry by JB Robbie Custom Builders in a dreamy blue make the clean lines of the space stand out and allows it to feel more spacious.

Design by JB Robbie Custom Builders

MONOCHROME MOMENT 

The typical association with monochrome is usually black and white, but it can also be done successfully with Denim. In this space by Nina Farmer, she shares “sometimes a room works best when you paint the walls, trim and ceiling the same color.” and We couldn't agree more.

Design by Nina Farmer Interiors, Photography by Paul Raeside

Are you loving Denim as much as we are this month? Browse our picks below from the shop that reflect this classic color!

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November 01, 2021 — Stacy Garcia

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