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Block Party
You may have noticed the enduring trend of color-blocking showing up in fashion this year.
Versace Shoes vogue.com

Versace shoes Photo: Getty Images

Alexis Mabille runway show Photo: Getty Images

Lacoste Jacket  photo: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images

Lacoste jacket Photo: Getty Images

It’s crept into other areas of design too, from furniture,

Nelson Marshmellow Sofa vitra.com

to art,

Sharin DeJaynes "Missing Piece" zatista.com

to interiors.

Better Homes & Gardens Photo: Hopkins Associates

West Elm Organic Color-Block Shower Curtain westelm.com

Here are additional current and classic examples of color-blocking. It’s just the tip of the iceberg, really. Once you start noticing it, it’s everywhere.

Piet Mondrian moma.org

Designers Eye Schack Pillows designpublic.com

Mod Dress  collegefashion.net

Mod Dress collegefashion.net

Area Blocks Duvets & Shams designpublic.com

Tetra 1 Ten Drawer Cabinet designpublic.com

Michael Begenyl "Crane" zatista.com

Jump on the band wagon. Color blocking means you can have fun combining and juxtaposing complementary or contrasting colors to create a bold and graphic look in your home. Play with color and make your walls pop!

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Comments (2)

  1. Linda J Hutchinson
    April 7, 2010 at 10:33 am

    Ohh, my. I wore those clothes in the 60s. Glad I liked them because this fashion is everywhere!

  2. Freda Young
    April 9, 2010 at 12:04 pm

    I knew an artist who painted after Mondrain or in the style of, he had little success with it, maybe it is the time now to revive it

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