Expressing individuality through colour can be exciting, yet decision-making by consensus can be challenging and may not be the result you want. The role of architects, interior designers and colour experts play a significant part in this process. Deciphering colour and communicating colour is fascinating whether in the public realm or in the colour of furniture, fixtures and fittings. All of this and much more was explored in a recent talk I attended. I was really impressed with the Colour Journey Workshop organised by colour guru Studio Justine Fox with UK eco-paint specialists Graphenstone paints UK hosted by the ever-friendly Mark product. Thanks to interior designer Rachel Forster @ForsterInc for making it happen.
Seen here is a palette created by Julienne Webster at the colour workshop. It was interesting to see how a new mood board was created. Julienne named this unique palette Tokyo Mice - a fusion of Miso paint by Graphenstone combined with a variety of greys offset using some Daybreak gauze fabric by Patricia Urquiola from Kvadrat in a sunrise-type of colour.