You may have noticed the enduring trend of color-blocking showing up in fashion this year.
Versace shoes Photo: Getty Images
Alexis Mabille runway show Photo: Getty Images
Lacoste jacket Photo: Getty Images
It’s crept into other areas of design too, from furniture,
Nelson Marshmellow Sofa vitra.com
Sharin DeJaynes "Missing Piece" zatista.com
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
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!