• colorific: architectural color
    @colorific
    colorific is color expertise in SoCal – residential, workplace, retail, hospitality and healthcare interiors/exteriors – imagine, you can leave the "what color is best here?" phase – to a completed project that is intentionally designed for your space/use/architecture/furnishings/lighting/vibe. based in the santa barbara area, with in-person appointments from SLO to LA/westside to pasadena, plus, remote consultations for exteriors anywhere on the planet, including low-earth orbit. at multiple price points for the home owner, and contract pricing for commercial clients, your investment won't be out of this world, but the end result will be. contact: christina harris christina@colorific.biz www.colorific.biz 213.219.6978
  • Brooklyn Short
    @brooklyn
    Architecture, design, travel
  • Devine Color®
    @devinecolor
    Experience paint, illuminated. Devine Color is made differently, with premium-quality pigments that embrace light for rich, radiant color and a luxuriously creamy texture that leaves a lush, touchably smooth finish. Explore our exclusive Trend-Proof Palette of 209 timeless, luminous hues inspired by art and nature, including silvery skies, sunbaked canyons, sparkling pools, treasured journeys, and other spirited stories. Each color was thoughtfully created on canvas by artist Gretchen Schauffler to complement natural materials in the home – highlighting subtle tones found deep in wood grain, on the surface of stone and woven into fibers of textiles.
  • kt.COLOR
    @kt_color
    Katrin Trautwein and her team handcraft pigment paint colors in Switzerland that are truly unique. They sparkle like freshly fallen snow. They reverberate into niches and corners, fill space with the sounds of silence, and glow like moonlight.
  • Brooklyn Slate
    @brooklynslate
    Brooklyn Slate Company is a collaborative effort from Brooklyn graphic designer Sean Tice and Parsons graduate student Kristy Hadeka. After visiting Hadeka's family slate quarry in upstate New York in the spring of 2009, the two grabbed a few pieces for use as all-purpose boards back home in Brooklyn. They found a number of purposes for the slate such as trivets for tea kettles and hot dishes to coasters for beers, and they began gifting pieces to friends. The response was so overwhelmingly positive that the two struck out to produce a line of slate products forming Brooklyn Slate Company.
  • Color Operation
    @coloroperation4905
    A bit of this, a bit of that