charcoal and mauve textiles at the New York Furniture Fair. I noticed also last summer’s Turner show at the Met (paint by Farrow&Ball) featured gallery walls in smoky greys and deep mysterious blues.
Then this fall I mentioned in rapid succession Black Ink, Black, Lancaster Blue, and Cement Grey, a full set of the coolest bruise colors that could still remain cozy and elegant.
I noticed too over the course of the year my new fascination with yellow--probably because it makes me so uncomfortable--so let's call Deep Yellow my second pick of the year. Here are Beach Yellow, Citron, Ochre and //www.apartmenttherapy.com/ny/colortherapy/colortherapy-palette-choosing-the-right-yellow-070488
Lastly, here are two columns that contain both grey and yellow.
How may we interpret what this indicates for the New Year? Tune in next week for Color Predictions 2009. - Mark Chamberlain, interior and decorative painter