Nashville House & Home & Garden™

JUL-AUG 2019

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J U LY / A U G U S T 2 0 1 9 39 AdvertiseIn the Sept/Oct issue NASHVILLE HOUSE & HOME &GARDEN™ Nashville Home Show issue • Parade of Homes House Beautiful Concept House Call 615-302-0008 pacul design decisions," says Lewis. She adds that while consumers remain interested in grays, the industry seems to be moving into warmer tones (the greiges). "We also see quite a bit of dusty aquas move through our stores as well," she says Sara Ray of Sara Ray Interiors reports, "Today, the millennial genera- on is influencing design trends, so we are seeing a lot of fresh takes on colors from the 1980s and 1990s. such as blush pinks, teal, greens, and warmer tone neutrals." She adds that "Popular paint colors for walls are warm whites and warm grays. We are seeing bold kitchen cabinet color trend, like dark teal, navy, and many different shades of green." Homeowners are asking for color, according to Bohnne Jones of Decora ng Den Interiors. "Some do it through paint selec ons, and we are specifying less and less gray. If it isn't me to paint, clients will go for color in their fabric fashions—draperies, pillows, and upholstery," she says. Jones says while gray is fading, the color solu on depends on per- sonal taste. "There are s ll people who want to have the crisp white trim against the contrast of gray walls. Blue is very popular and jewel tones—especially emerald—are making headway. Pinks are also very on trend," she adds. Accent walls can create a focal point in a room, especially one that

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