Lively colors throughout the Packer house illustrate a fresh, 2017 color trend that incorporates intense, saturated hues on furniture and walls.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 08, 2016
Architectural Digest recently released an exclusive online tour of Hollywood producer Will Packer’s Atlanta home. Designed by Stephen Pararo, ASID, Zach Azpeitia and Kate Fleming of Atlanta’s award-winning Pineapple House Interior Design, the international design authority features the residence of Heather and Will Packer, the film and television producer of number one hits that include Ride Along 2 (2016,) Straight Outta Compton (2015,) and Think Like a Man Too (2014.)
Architectural Digest states, “Leave it to a Hollywood insider to create a bold home filled with the kinds of dramatic elements worthy of the big screen.” According to Pineapple House owner Stephen Pararo, the warm, colorful residence is an echo of its celebrity owners. Pararo comments, “I love the outcome because it reflects our client’s interests and lifestyle. It has a strong sense of place, yet reflects the way the owners want to live – casually, yet with great style and panache.”
Lively colors throughout the Packer’s residence illustrate a fresh, 2017 color trend that incorporates intense, saturated hues on furniture and walls – a change from the practice of neutral palettes that employ “pops” of color using smaller objects like pillows and accessories. In addition to adding excitement to a home’s environment, Pararo notes that color combinations in broad applications like Packer’s orange and blue are tamed by cream and the palette “allows architectural details to pop.” Adds Pararo, "Will Packer is considered one of the best dressed men in Hollywood. We enjoyed translating his great sense of fashion and sophistication into his home."
As Heather Packer expresses to Architectural Digest, "Our home feels very comfortable, modern and stylish. It's not a museum -- you can take your shoes off and enjoy it. We love coming home."
To tour the Packer residence, visit Architectural Digest.