Carriage House Design on Vishion
Working with interior designer Christy Wulfson, we used the Carriage House’s existing color palette to find art, fabric, and furniture with the Vishion app. Today we are sharing the project on Vishion with other design lovers.
Interior Designer Christy Wulfson of Guilfol & Wulfson creates designs for hotels and small rental spaces. We connected with Christy to see how she used the Vishion app to add art, throw pillows and a chair to the sitting area in one of her properties, the Carriage House. The Carriage House, located in Cincinnati’s popular Over The Rhine neighborhood, is a spacious one-bedroom home that is used for special events or as an Airbnb.
Vishion was created to be a color search engine for decor. The app has grown into a digital space for design lovers to find inspiration and for creators to gain recognition for their designs.
Mood board With Vishion
We are excited to show you how Christy was able to use Vishion to mood board the project, find products and then share the finished design on Vishion. Vishion was created to be a color search engine for decor. The app has grown into a digital space for design lovers to find inspiration and for creators to gain recognition for their designs.
Carriage House Color Palette
The Carriage House’s existing color palette focused on navy blue and red. We wanted to use those colors as a jumping-off point to mood board the adjoining sitting area. We were specifically looking for an accent chair, throw pillows and art that worked within the existing colors in the room.
When it comes to color selection, Sherwin-Williams color of the year, Naval SW 6244, was already present in the cabinet colors in the kitchen. We focused on muted tones for the floor to not pull away from the herringbone, using Pantone 15-0730 TPX and 13-0607 TPX. For art, we let the navy and beige drive our search.
Products we found
When selecting products for the Carriage House, Christy wanted to focus on keeping beige tones with less overwhelming, colorful accents. Using the Vishion app, we found five items to continue the color palette from the kitchen to the sitting room. In the Vishion app, each product was saved to a mood board to organize our project.
Sharing design on Vishion
We shared the Carriage House project on Vishion when it was completed. Once a project is over, designers can take their private mood boards and share them publicly with the Vishion community. Tag collaborators and let the Vishion community get to know you by attaching URLs to each shared board on your portfolio. Other users will be able to find your boards through tags and colors when searching specifically for those elements.
There are a few other ways users can find and get to know you through Vishion. This includes:
- Trending: If you have the most liked design today, it will be highlighted in the trending section tomorrow. Tell clients and friends to give you support so your work will receive extra recognition.
- Following: Your followers will see your latest designs every time you post.
- Be tagged: Ask clients and collaborators to post designs and tag you!
If you would like to gain access to Vishion social now, you’ll need an early access code (request here). Download the app and mood board your next project in Vishion. When you’re ready, share your designs with our creative community.
Samantha Smith started Vishion in 2017 after struggling to find a specific piece of home decor in the perfect color. Thus, was born Sam’s vision for Vishion. Today, the color search engine partners with some of the top brands in the world to help interior design professionals and design lovers search for products and designs by color, instantly.
When Smith isn’t pitching and traveling to various competitions or running her Vishion team, she can be found hanging with her husband, Steve, and their two dogs in Charlotte, NC.