Featured Designer: Katie Denton

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Katie Denton joined ID Collaborative in April of 2014. We’ve really enjoyed getting to know her. We thought you might want to get to know her too! Where are you from? Born in Amory, Mississippi. Grew up in Rural Hall, NC. Name 3 items you MUST have when you travel. A good book, pearl earrings, and good walking shoes. What …

Sherwin Williams 2015 Color Forecast

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      Every year Sherwin-Williams puts out color trends for the upcoming year.  The 2015 selections are giving us something colorful to look forward to:  

Happy Holidays!

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Happy Holidays from everyone at ID Collaborative! We’ve had a great year and we would like to thank all of our clients, reps, and manufacturers.  We couldn’t do it without you.  We will be closed beginning Wednesday, December 24 through Thursday, January 1.  We will return to the office Friday, January 2.  

New Book Out – Green: The History of a Color by Michel Pastoureau

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Kermit the Frog said “It’s not easy being green.” And speaking of things being green and easy, Michel Pastoureau’s Green: The History of a Color came out this past August. You may recognize Michel from other riveting stories such as Black: The History of a Color and Blue: The history of a Color. The book is an interesting look at …

Products We Love: TruLine Plaster-In LED Systems from Pure Lighting

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I saw an ad for this product in a recent issue of Architectural Lighting. We have not used this product on any of our projects, but I’d really like to in the future. The TruLine systems were designed to blend seamlessly into 5/8″ drywall without joist modification. Only a clean line of light shines through, allowing for horizontal, vertical, diagonal …

The Fountains at Melbourne, Carolina Custom Booth Co. & Holsag

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We recently wrapped up a dining room renovation for a long term client, Kisco Senior Living, in Melbourne, FL.   The original space appeared dated and in need of a fresh new look.  With the expansion of the room to now include the adjacent porch, IDC created a new, open concept environment to promote interaction in a fun new Coastal vibe!  …

High Point Furniture Market – Fall 2014

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Like many other designers, we flocked to Furniture Market this past week in High Point. For those of you that are not familiar with Furniture Market, it’s basically fifteen city blocks packed with buildings full of furniture. And rugs. And lamps. And lighting. Some of it is good, some of it is breath-taking, and some of it should never see …

Featured Designer: Linnaea Tillett

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Have you heard of Linnaea Tillett? Neither had I until read about her in the June issue of Metropolis. Linnaea Tillett is a lighting designer who runs a firm out of Brooklyn, NY. Her design strategy revolves around the idea that most of the time you need less to see more. She knows that seeing is not just about light, …

Need Inspiration? Try RNDRD.

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I accidentally ran across RNDRD. I think one of the images from their website showed up in an image search. I’ve always been drawn to plans and sketches from previous decades. I realize the images in old books and publications was the best of the best, the final version, but I’m always amazed. All the lines are hand drawn. Somebody …

Tates Creek Village & Milliken Theory 2.0

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We recently wrapped up a project in Lexington, KY involving the clubhouse at Tates Creek Village Apartments. Some things turned out well, other things turned out really well, and we are in LOVE with Milliken’s Theory 2.0 collection. This stuff looks absolutely fantastic installed. Here’s the run down: From the Milliken website: – There are 9 patterns. Each pattern comes …