Grounded Elements, Down to Earth
It is time to wrap up the fall feels and say ‘see you later’ to November. We also have to take a moment to say hello to Canyon Clay SW 6054 for this month’s Color in Review. Autumn energy is not complete without some earthy fall tones. This month, Sherwin Williams gave us just that. Sherwin William’s color of the month for November is Canyon Clay SW 6054. In Color in Review, I curate a collection of items from artisans based on a featured paint color.
We are nearing the holiday season. The color curated collections on the blog are a great source of inspiration for home and decor gifts. The Color in Review series explores color, inspiration, and decor from black-owned businesses.
In this post, I first discuss what paint colors coordinate with Canyon Clay SW 6054. Then, I share information about each product featured in this color curated collection. Come check out these lovely items and support Black artists.
Missed October’s feature? Check out the Mystical Shade curated collection here.
Canyon Clay SW 6054
Sherwin Williams announced Canyon Clay SW 6054 for November’s Color of the Month. Canyon Clay is part of Sherwin William’s 2020 Color Forecast and it is a part of the Alive collection. I’ve been crushing over earthy terracottas for a while. I’m so glad to feature some earth tones up in here! Canyon Clay is a rich terracotta color with deep blush pinky-red undertones. I dare you to find a better way to describe it. This color pairs with warm grays, sandy neutrals, and deep bronzes. The color also pairs with other earthy tones, like deep olives, and navy blues. This color is great for gathering and dining spaces.
The Canyon Clay color evokes warmth, energy, and connection. A great application example is this restaurant. The interior features soft natural wood tones, taupes, and creamy whites. These elements complement the Canyon Clay paint color. Furthermore, they tie this look together by creating a balanced composition.
Inspiration – Canyon Clay
Nature-inspired and very admired! The design industry has been trending clays for days and I am here for it. This picturesque image of Horseshoe Bend inspired a color-coordinated color palette. Here are some colors that coordinate with Canyon Clay. The deep clay color pairs nicely with blush tans, mauve, coral-clays, and deep blues.
The colors were sourced from the image and then paired with a Sherwin Williams color shown below. Check out more info in Sherwin Williams November 2020 color of the month featured here.
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Canyon Clay SW 6054 – Terracotta Decor
This curated collection feels, dare I say, down to earth. Sherwin Williams Canyon Clay translates into a warm, inviting, and earthy curated collection. The curated items include natural materials, landscape scenes, and organic shapes. All items below are from Black artisans and businesses. Keep scrolling to learn a bit about each product and links to each item. Check out the curated post on Instagram to see all the artist’s Instagram profiles linked.
Painting: A is for Avery
First up is this piece of art from A is for Avery. This work is acrylic paint on paper. This squiggle painting is whimsical. The piece contains subtle varying shades of earthy browns. A is for Avery’s shop on Etsy has a variety of paintings and artwork and it also has fun clay earrings! Check out other color thematic works of art and playful color combinations on the Etsy shop.
Coaster: TNT Goods
Continuing this curated collection are these sparkling toffee coasters from TNT Goods. TNT Goods was started by two besties, Jessica and Simone! Talk about bestie goals. TNT is based out of Nashville, Tennesse. The shop has a variety of accessories and custom home decor including coasters and trays. The buttercup detailing of these coasters is too adorable. Add a unique home accent to your home. Your wood furniture will thank you.
Art Print: MKoby Art
Remember those kid TV shows where you could transport into the artwork? Blues Clues Fans, looking at you. Well, I wish I could do that with this print. The woman floating in the water with the beautiful rolling hills/mountain backdrop is a MOOD. Melissa, the founder of MKoby Art, is based out of Tampa, Florida. MKoby has a collection of gorgeous Earth-toned prints featuring figures, landscapes, and nature. The print’s colors pick up on the inspiration color palette and feature a splash of Canyon Clay. Check out more items on the Etsy shop!
Candle Holder: Effortless Composition
Can you hold it together with this candle holder? (I truly have fun making up these wordplays.) The pink marble, the shape, the gold accent… *Chef’s Kiss*. Effortless Composition was founded by Brittiny. Brittiny had the vision. You should be able to invest in good quality handmade pieces without it being a treasure hunt. Effortless Composition partners with local artisans and communities in Los Angeles. It helps support talent and brings inspiration to the inner-city communities of Los Angeles.
Art Print: Wyld Frontier Design Co.
Nature’s canyons and rocky landscape translate into an abstract form. Wyld Frontier Design Co features beautiful abstract prints. This art print’s original was created with alcohol ink. The scene blends burnt oranges, purples, and coral colors. The piece’s composition showcases a beautiful mountain and landscape scene. The nature scenes are quite captivating and soothing to the eye!
Pillow: Effortless Composition
I couldn’t help but add this pillow to the curated palette. It is another item from Effortless Composition. The Cocoa Pillow has a unique print and earthy color combination. This results in it being a bit of a style chameleon. This shop has what you need to make your place appear, yes, as an effortless composition. Want some more home decor and accessory gift ideas? Check out their gift guide.
This tapestry showcases the deep blue and terracotta color combination from the inspiration palette. Topographic 2 Tapestry originated from a drawing created in Big Bear California. The wooden dowel and leather straps add that extra level of detail. K’era founded K-apostrophe. K’era is a Los Angeles based mixed media artist with a background in textile design. The shop features tapestries, throw blankets, pillows, and more on her site. Image Source
Clay Bowl: Pottery by Osa
I could not feature Canyon Clay as a paint color without featuring an item with clay material. This carved bowl is from Pottery by Osa. Osa Atoe uses red stoneware clay (also known as terracotta) for her pottery. Osa’s work often includes portions unstamped, unglazed, or carved with geometric patterns. Her work expresses multiculturalism and human universality. Osa’s shop is updated monthly so be sure to stay in the loop!
Art Print: Love Mezay
To round out this curated palette is this print from Love Mezay, formerly known as The Everyday Print Company. This minimalist print showcases a simple rainbow in the terracotta color. Mezay Ugbo, a Nigerian-Indian artist based in India, created the Everyday Print Co. The shop showcases printed art featuring women, objects, and nature in neutral colors.
Check out last month’s featured paint color and matching curated items: Color in Review: Mystical Shade SW 6276 – Gray Decor
To find other coordinating colors and items for Canyon Clay, check out: Color in Review: Touch of Sand SW 9085 – Neutral Themed Decor.
Do you have any other favorite artists or designers? Let me know in the comments!