Color + History
This year, due to COVID-19, the 56th annual Pasadena Showcase House of Design is taking place via a virtual tour. Dunn-Edwards is taking you inside the home for a unique look at how 2020’s showcase designers have transformed the estate.
This week in our final episode of “Behind The Pasadena Showcase Home” series, Dunn-Edwards own color expert and stylist, Sara McLean, dishes on the 2020 Pasadena Showcase House of Design.
This week, interior designer Ammie Kim reveals the backstory about the epic mural in her dining room design for the 2020 Showcase House of Design.
Interior designer Christine Jahan recently shared exclusive insight about the inspiration behind her entryway design for the 2020 PSHA. This week we continue our “Behind The Pasadena Showcase Home" series with a peek inside the Primary Suite alongside the room’s designer Jhoiey Ramierz of Studio Jhoiey Inc.
Tune in this Thursday, August 27, at 11 am over on Instagram Live @DunnEdwards to get a sneak peek at the 2020 Pasadena Showcase House of Design!
The exuberance we feel in getting outdoors and rediscovering a larger world is reflected in our June Color of the Month, Summer Sun (DE5405).
The methodical and scientific approach of color-matching at Kelso Depot helped Dunn-Edwards build a truly authentic historic color collection, complete with historically accurate tones of the Spanish Revival style.
At the base of the Mount San Jacinto Mountains, nestled in Palm Springs’ The Mesa neighborhood, is Mesa Modern, an exceptional home highlighted by an extraordinary desert-scape and luxury design.
Hidden on a side street in the Palm Springs enclave of Little Tuscany sits The Gillman Residence, an historic home designed by Mid-century modern architect Herbert Burns. Dunn-Edwards, as the exclusive paint sponsor of Modernism Week, supplied the paint and historic color assistance. We're proud to have been a participant in this historical renovation.
When vintage-loving stylist and photographer, Krys Melo, and her husband closed on their 1958 home in Palm Springs, Melo knew she had a lot of work to do to bring the home back to its Mid-century modern glory.