Interior Designer Spotlight: Kandrac & Kole

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I wanted to catch up with Atlanta’s Dynamic Duo Kandrac & Kole since we are so close to launching our Vishion app to the public.  Kandrac & Kole are Atlanta’s hottest interior designers (look at some of their work below), and we really wanted to ask them some questions that might help you when thinking of color this year while working through your own interior designs.

 

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Joann Kandra and Kelly Kole

Q & A with Kandrac & Kole

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What color trends do you think we’ll see this Spring?

 Based on our podcast interview with Sue Wadden, the Director of Color Marketing for Sherwin Williams (Episode #43), the grays will be warmer and leaning more towards a gray/brown.  Bone is a color we will see a lot of as well. What was shown all over the Fall 2018 High Point Market (which is ahead of the curve and will be seen months down the road) are yellows, greens, creams, and golds.  

 

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Where do you love shopping for unique items for clients? 

In Atlanta, we love Scott’s Antique Market which is held the 2nd weekend of every month.  Dealers come from all over the Southeast.  There is a great mix of antique/vintage furniture, rugs, art, pillows, jewelry and so many creative and amazing artisans.

 

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What paint color do you recommend when remodeling or refreshing a space? 

We have specified a lot of Sherwin Williams Repose Gray SW7015 for walls and Sherwin Williams Westhighland White SW7566 for trim.  Some other non-neutral favorites are Sherwin Williams Oyster Bay SW6206, Great Green SW6430 and using Tricorn Black SW6248 for staircase banisters when the spindles are white, it gives a great pop!! 

What color do you find most challenging? 

Yellow.  If you’re not careful, it can be very lemony.  The light in the room is very important when selecting yellow.  

Have you tried out app out yet, and how do you find it useful?

I have tried the app and really loved the search by color feature.  I have a bag that has a very unusual pink color on it and I was thinking of painting a piece of furniture for my granddaughter in that exact pink color.  When I took a photo of it and uploaded the results,  I was surprised to see it giving me the hue, saturation, and brightness and from there, choices for paint, Kravet fabrics, chairs, sofas, and bedding in hues that were the color I took a photo of. 
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