Tuesday, November 8, 2016

TRENDING: THE POWER OF THE COLOR RED

The color RED symbolizes many things throughout the world including passion, energy, adventure, as well as romance, joy, and strength. Our daughter Lisa checks out a dramatic cabinet while on a buying trip for our Denver Wesco Fabrics' showroom.  Red is the most popular color in China and is the color of good luck throughout Asia.
Red definitely brings attention to this large public artwork at a rapid transit station in Denver. The artist photographed a pair of vintage cutting shears once used in our Wesco Fabrics' custom workroom. Marla is wearing her favorite color!

Beautiful Wesco Fabrics linen blend paisley print, Vinland Estate, color Henna Red. 


Red brings out warmth and drama to this home in Vail.


California interior designer, Beth Whitlinger, created this media room with wonderful red draperies and accents.

Dramatic red tee shirts are worn by a group during this year's Nyepi parade in Ubud during the Balinese New Year's celebration.

Love these red vintage hand woven Berber pillow covers found in one of Marrakech's souks. 

Great red accents on the ottoman, pillows, and the walls for a C.R. Laine room setting.

Fashion designer Marchesa goes full on drama with this red evening gown from her 2016 Fall collection.


While visiting the "Amber Fort" in Jaipur I came upon a group of performers taking a rest. The vibrant saturated red silk sari almost vibrates with energy. 


Speaking of energy, how about this powerful collaboration with Colnago and Ferrari! I think I have found my next bike! 



The color red always makes for dramatic accessories and furniture like these from our Denver Wesco Fabrics' showroom.


While on a shopping trip in Chiang Mai Thailand I found this gigantic and powerful red Buddha and gong.


Auspicious "Chinese Residence" at the "Bang Pa-In" Royal Palace near Ayutthaya in Northern Thailand.


A rickshaw driver awaits customers in a Hutong in Beijing. Love the red upholstery!


She definitely LOVES RED!

Images: Dick Gentry, Marchesa, C.R. Laine, Beth Whitlinger

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