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It’s not quite green, not really yellow but something in between with a hint of gray.  Guilford Green is the newly crowned hue for 2015.  It is soft and subtle and will work well as the base for more adventurous colors.

Guilford Green

This shade is from the Historical Colors palette of Benjamin Moore.

Guilford Green 4

This hue can be accented with white or dark coffee colors.


The color gurus at Pantone have anointed these softer tones (well, except for the Tangerine) as the go-to palette for Spring 2015.  Check out their forecast.


This study by the World Green Building Council confirms increased productivity due to worker health and wellbeing.  This is additional documentation showing that interior spaces designed using sustainable practices are good for the bottom line.


This well documented case study from Knoll illustrates the change management and design thinking that goes into a successful workplace redesign.

Accela floorplan


Knoll has long been known for its mid-century modern legacy and classic Knoll Studio pieces as well as for the quality and design of its broad array of commercial furniture.  They have just announced their acquisition of high-end, to the trade residential furniture dealer Holly Hunt.  Read about it here.   Strange bedfellows??