International Market Centers has teamed up with Sherwin-Williams, a global leader in paint and coatings, to present color trend programming at AmericasMart Atlanta’s Market Wednesday on June 1, and at the Las Vegas Design Center First Friday seminar on June 3.
“Knowledge of color trends and an understanding of influences on color are imperatives for the design community that sources at both AmericasMart and LVDC,” said Dorothy Belshaw, IMC executive vice president and chief customer and marketing officer. “This June, we are delighted to partner with Sherwin-Williams, a long-time IMC educational partner, to bring current information to our markets from coast-to-coast.”
In a lunch-and-learn session titled “Designer-Approved Color Trends,” four of Atlanta’s top interior designers will address 2022 paint color trends and practical applications for design projects. Rachel Moeller, Sherwin-Williams designer account executive, will lead discussion with Joann Kandrac and Kelly Kole of Kandrac & Kole, Calvin Watt of The Cvion Company and Jenny Warner of J Thomas Designs. The session is from noon to 1 p.m. Wednesday, June 1, in the Building 1, Floor 14, seminar space. Registration is required at https://sweventexpress.com/registration/?eid=22202.
LVDC’s First Friday series continues in June with “How Do Cultures Influence Color?” an exploration of diverse cultures and their perception of colors. Laurie Clark, Sherwin-Williams’ senior designer account executive supporting residential interior designers in Las Vegas, Arizona and southern Utah, will address color families and their historical significance, as well as important considerations of cultural ideas and differences when making color selections. This session, offering 0.1 CEU credit, is from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday, June 3, in LVDC seminar room A240. Registration is required by Thursday, June 2, at https://lvdcfirstfriday.eventbrite.com.