Celebrity designer Darren Palmer is pumped about 2019.Celebrity designer and judge for TV show The Block Darren Palmer reveals the hottest colour for 2019 and other design trends for the year coming up. When you think of coral, images of island time and snorkelling on the Great Barrier Reef likely conjure in your mind. RELATED: Palmer said there would always be a place for wall papers in florals, botanicals and palms and green would continue to be everywhere you look.“If you are fortunate enough to live near nature, green is everywhere and has so many variations, from apple and lime to eucalypt, sage, avocado and olive,” he said.“For the G.J. Gardner Tailored Collection I designed recently, I used Laminex Possum on the kitchen and bathroom cupboards in one of the house designs.“It’s a brand new eucalypt colour from Laminex and a great celebration of what’s great about Australian nature and how green is so dominant within it.” Aussies go bloomin’ mad for botanicals Darren Palmer says The Calile Hotel is a perfect example of the trends and colours to expect in 2019. IMAGE: Sean Fennessy“It has been paired with beige neutrals, travertine and brass and that is a good indication of the type of colour trend for 2019,” Palmer said.“We will also probably see saturated, mid toned primary and secondary colours in a 2019 way that are an evolution or reinterpretation of the Memphis period. MORE: The Calile Hotel has paired the colour with beige neutrals, travertine and brass, which is a good indication of what to expect in 2019. IMAGE: Sean Fennessy“Memphis is a design movement that began in 1981 in Milan, Italy, by designer Ettore Sottsass.More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus15 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market15 hours ago“Everything 80s and 90s is being reinvigorated with a blend of our contemporary aesthetic so be prepared to see things that would have made you cringe appear in new and innovative ways that are aesthetically pleasing.” >>FOLLOW EMILY BLACK ON FACEBOOK<< Boom makes it Queensland’s Year of the Reno Whitaker’s green over — hit or miss? That’s along the lines of what Pantone would like you to envisage when thinking about their Colour of the Year for 2019 as being Living Coral, which they say is an “animating and life-affirming shade of orange with a golden undertone”.Pantone Color (sic) Institute executive director Leatrice Eiseman said in reaction to the onslaught of digital technology and social media increasingly embedding into daily life, they sought authentic and immersive experiences enabling connection and intimacy.“Colour is an equalising lens through which we experience our natural and digital realities and this is particularly true for Living Coral,” Ms Eiseman said.“With consumers craving human interaction and social connection, the humanising and heartening qualities displayed by the convivial Pantone Living Coral hit a responsive chord.” Pantone, provider of professional colour standards and digital solutions for the design industry, announced PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral as the Pantone Colour of the Year 2019.Design guru and The Block judge Darren Palmer couldn’t agree more, and said interior trends for 2019 were about getting back to nature.Palmer said coral was used everywhere in Brisbane’s newest trendsetting hotel, Calile, in Fortitude Valley. For the G.J. Gardner Tailored Collection Darren Palmer designed, he used Laminex Possum on the kitchen cupboards. It’s a brand new eucalypt colour from Laminex and a great celebration of what’s great about Australian nature and how green is so dominant within it.“Or if you’re really afraid of colour, think about buying some cost-effective soft furnishings and decor items that add a splash of colour — these are easily replaceable as trends shift or you decide you want a change.”He said demand for custom designed furniture would continue to surge in 2019 as people wanted items that reflected their lifestyle. One of Darren Palmer’s latest designs which will be on trend in 2019 — Surge gold quilt and palm leaves wallpaper.He said there were no hard and fast rules regarding the application of colour.“But the one important thing to get your head around is the difference between dominant and recessive colours,” he said.“Dominant colours like green, yellow and red will feel like they’re jumping forward, while recessive colours like purple and blue will feel like they’re going back.“Pairing dominant and recessive colours can be used to create focal points in a room, create an illusion of depth and space, or draw attention to statement pieces.”Palmer said in the past people painted feature walls in a dominant colour to add drama to a room — but feature walls were about 10 years out of date. “Painting doors or picture rail is a much more effective way to add a splash of colour and to separate spaces,” he said. “It’s a reaction to the mass produced furniture that has the same-same look,” he said.“People are looking for an artisan, handmade, bespoke response to furnishings.“While the major furnishers do their job well, there is increasingly a place for Australian handmade furniture and craftsmanship within a home alongside some of the more commoditised and popular retailer branded furniture.” Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayNext playlist itemMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:53Loaded: 0%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:53 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedQuality Levels720p720pHD432p432p288p288p216p216pAutoA, selectedAudio Tracken (Main), selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Sumner Newscow report â€” The Sumner County Sheriff Office report for Sept. 14 to Sept. 21, 2015 weekly jail bookings are as follows:Â Reed, Rolando L.40Wichita, KSI-35 MP33, Wellington, KSKHPDWS; Operate vehicle w/out liability ins.; Unlawful exempt from registration claim on self-propelled crane; Operate vehicle with no registration; Violation of protection order; /Failure to appear (X4)9/17/15 Leon, Alyssa D.22Wellington, KS2022 E. 16th St., Wellington, KSWPDTheft of prop/services9/15/15 Monday 0600Â toÂ Monday 0600Â Â WEEKLYÂ Â BOOKINGS9/14/15THRU 09-21-15Â Hill, Reginald P.47Oklahoma City, OKReno County Jail, Hutchinson, KSSUSOFailure to appear9/17/15 KRGC0 BPPD1 Inkler, Dustin S.23No address availableSedgwick County Jail, Wichita, KSSGSOTheft of prop/services9/17/15 Wagoner, Justin D.31Wellington, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence9/18/15 Tesky, Jennifer M.38Wellington, KS2022 E. 16th St., Wellington, KSWPDTheft of prop/services9/15/15 Hammond, Leslie M.51Wichita, KSSedgwick County Jail, Wichita, KSSGSOProbation violation9/18/15 Brown, Jeff D.53Wichita, KSI-35 MP 8, South Haven, KSKHPProbation violation/Failure to appear/ Failure to appear (X2)/ DWS9/19/15 Edwards, Miata A. C.24Wichita, KSSedgwick County Jail, Wichita, KSSGSOFailure to appear9/15/15 Phillips, Nicole L.35Mulvane, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation violation9/15/15 SGCO3 Lamb, Amy M.24Wichita, KS100 E. South, Wellington, KSWPDDUI; Refusal to submit; TOC9/14/15 WPD5 Ryberg, Jonathan M.18Wellington, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence9/18/15 Smith, Brandon S.28Wichita, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation violation9/18/15 Logue, Nicole Leigh-Anne25Hutchinson, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence9/16/15 Olson, Ryan A.18Wellington, KS209 E. South St., Wellington, KSWPDDomestic battery9/15/15 McCray, James A. Jr.25Kansas City, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence9/18/15 Main, Ross L.25Belle Plaine, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence9/18/15 Haynes, David51Wellington, KS610 E. Hillside, Wellington, KSSUSOServing sentence9/18/15 KHP2 Brumley, Jason E.30Arkansas City, KSHutchinson Correctional FacilitySUSOFailure to appear9/15/15 Mckinney, Michael D48Belle Plaine, KSZoo Block E 7th Belle Plaine KSBPPDPV; DWS; Operate without insurance9/20/15 Gingerich, Tremain D.20Wellington, KS501 N. Washington, Wellington, KSSUSOProbation violation9/16/15 SUSO14 Pineda, Daniel G67Belle Plaine, KS1338 E. 90th Ave. N Belle Plaine, KsSUSOCriminal damage to property9/20/15 OXPD1 Ramirez, Brian R.41Wellington, KS621 E. Harvery, Wellington, KSSUSOFailure to appear9/14/15 Pettegrew, Tanya D40Winfield, KS200 S. Sumner Oxford, KSOXPDDUI; Refusal to submit;9/20/15 Webb, Gary W.61Wellington, KS921 W. 7th St., Wellington, KSWPDDisorderly conduct; Battery on LEO9/16/15 Ables, Robert E.51Mayfield, KS403 W. 50th St. S., Mayfield, KSSUSOProbation violation9/14/15 Total26 NameAgeHome TownLocation of ArrestAgencyChargesDate of Arrest CAPD0 MPD0
Sumner Newscow report â€” The Wellington girls tennis team were victors of a very competitive season opening tennis tournament at Sellers Park. Take a look at these team scores:Wellington Â Â 16Buhler Â Â 15Goddard Eisenhower Â 15Conway Springs Â Â 14.It doesn’t get much closer than that.In No. 2 singles, player Madison Lewellen led the way going 3-0 on the day – good for first place. Â Lewellen only gave up three games on the day. Â “I think Madison surprised herself a little bit,” said Brian Aufdengarten, Wellington High School girls tennis coach. “Her experience showed today.” Â Newcomers Lauryn Snipes and Avery Rusk finished second at No. 2 doubles losing only one match to Goddard Eisenhower 8-6. Â ‘These two will get better,” Aufdengarten said. “They haven’t even picked a racquet up in two or three years.” Abby Lowe played No. 1 singles and did very well, placing third. Â ‘Her first opponent was a 5a state qualifier from last year and she lost 8-1,” Aufdengarten said.Lowe bounced back and beat Buhler 8-4, before losing a close match 8-6 to Ebenkamp from Conway Springs, who placed 12th at state. “Abby did well and battled hard for her first meet of the year,” Aufdengarten said. The No. 1 doubles team of Mekenna Adams and Kylie Aufdengarten took third also. Â They beat Goddard Eisenhower, then lost to a good Buhler team. Â “Nachtigal from Buhler hasn’t finished out of the top four in the past three years and was a state champ in 2014,” Aufdengarten said. In their final match they lost to Koch and Bellar from Conway Springs 8-5. Â “They wanted that one back,” Aufdengarten said. “They didn’t play consistent and was tied 5-5 before dropping last three games. Â Bellar placed sixth at state in singles and Koch finished third in doubles last season.”Aufdengarten continued: I’m excited to win the tournament, everyone did their job, every match counted. Â We Â haven’t won this tournament outright since 2012, so this was a nice surprise, with some good teams here.