That Morpholio Board app has been around for years and they add other features that still make them one of the best apps for an interior designer. Whether you are a design professional or a design enthusiast, the app makes it easy for users to create all kinds of mood boards that bring all of your design ideas together in one place.
Morpholio combines a robust library of top furniture and product brands with innovative tools that enable creatives to develop their designs on mood boards for personal use or customer presentations. Never resting on its laurels, the Morpholio team just released their newest feature that makes working with color even easier and takes your design boards to a nicer level.
That Sample maker is a tool that enables you to create editable swatches with accurate RGB, CMYK, and hex color data. Pull favorite colors from digital samples of furniture and surfaces, create color palettes from inspiring images and create a collection of all your favorite colors in one place.
To mark the launch of Swatch Maker, Morpholio hired 10 designers and artists to explore the new feature and share some of their favorite palettes, color inspirations, and ideas on how to use color in their world, and we’re sharing a few here. Even our very own Jaime Derringer jumped in and created a board.
Jaime Derringer from Design Milk
“While the Design Milk brand was traditionally black and white (and sometimes shades of gray!), We LOVE color! Modern design means taking risks and being brave. From Bauhaus to Mid-Century to Memphis, the infusion of color in design is sure to catch the eye.
“Our summer mood is Bright + BOLD! I think of luminous parasols, colorful bursts of flowers, graphic patterns, fireworks – anything vibrant and freshness to bring more joy into your home. I have selected some Bright + Bold items from the Design Milk Shop to serve as an inspiring color palette that will make your space shine! “
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From the store
“We are very inspired by the colors of the Kenyan coast. We spend a lot of time along the entire coast taking in everything like the blue of the Indian Ocean, the warm colors of Lamu Island and the green in the beautiful little coastal town of Watamu. And we love ALL pastels. “
Ana Hernandez from Masquespacio
“At Bun Turin, the idea of playing with a color for each window creates a visual effect from the outside that induces the viewer from outside to go from one visual world to the other and have different experiences in the same room.
“The already iconic green color of Bun leads you immediately to the orderable, while the colors pink and blue lead you to two completely different seats. In the pink room you can see how an arcade is being built next to a sharing table, which continues the arc concept to give guests the opportunity to sit on different levels. The blue zone, on the other hand, provides a touch of fun and gives visitors the opportunity to enjoy the delicious bun burgers in a room that is modeled on a huge swimming pool. “
Amelia Ayerst from DUOHUE
“My first collection for DUOHUE was heavily influenced by my travels in India – I visited just before the first national lockdown. I was inspired by the wide variety of colors and movements in the country and wanted to create designs that would reflect the enthusiasm for colors when applied to home and lifestyle products. Victor Vasarely’s serial book was also a huge inspiration and motivation for my work during the lockdown when I couldn’t go out and see the world! I’ve always been drawn to color, movement, and the way people interact.
“My work is based on overlaying different stitches to create color shifts as the product moves. So I have to experiment and understand how colors react with each other. When I started my business, I kept to two darker base colors that I then play around with to create illusions, stitches and patterns. “
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