It seems like I just wrapped up the new color choices for 2017 and already it’s time to look at what PANTONE predicts will be the trending colors for Interiors in 2018.
Last year Greenery burst forth to be this year’s Color of the Year choice. According to interest on Pinterest, viewers prefer Pantone’s Fathomless palette which combines Greenery with a palette of greens and blues that evoke memories of a summer day by the water.
Often there’s a unifying color in the new palettes that Pantone releases that will be the new pick for 2018 Color of the Year. Which do you think it will be? Continue reading “Pantone Interiors 2018 Color Palettes”
The Color Marketing Group (CMG) has named Thrive as their Key Color for North America 2017+.
Just as PANTONE picked Greenery ( 15-0343) as their Home + Interiors Color of the Year (COTY) and Kale (18-0107) as a top Spring 2017 Fashion pick, CMG follows suit with a vegetal inspired color.
The CMG posits this yellow-influenced green will establish itself as a colorful symbol for growth, strength and endurance.
Thrive is purposely balanced between light and dark, pale and strong. Continue reading “2017 North American Key Color”
Pantone Color Institute has unveiled its annual trend forecast for interiors for the coming year. There are nine palettes in the PANTONE VIEW home + interiors 2016 – Innovation and Impact, a color forecast highlighting trends for the home and interiors marketplace
Natural Forms: Shades that are plumbed from natural sources such as warm rosy clay and sheepskin beige. Continue reading “Are You Ready for Pantone 2016 Color Trends?”
I’ve been avoiding writing about the Pantone Color of the Year for 2014: Radiant Orchid 18-3224 because most people don’t like it.
So I’ve been asking myself how did Pantone miss the boat on this color? The 2013 COTY, Emerald, was a smash hit. People were racing to create whole Pinterest Pages around the color. It’s January and I can’t find a single person excited about the color. Radiant Orchid must have some great applications.
Pantone describes the color as “an enchanting harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones, Radiant Orchid inspires confidence and emanates great joy, love and health. It is a captivating purple, one that draws you in with its beguiling charm.”
I guess you can pull this color off if you are a rock star…
…or the daughter of one.
I just don’t think this color will survive past the 2014 spring lines so I wouldn’t make a large wardrobe investment in this color even if Pantone says it looks great against the skin for men and women. I might splurge for a mani like this one though.
The Wedding industry seems to love this color and why wouldn’t they – Orchids are great bridal flowers.
The color is seductive when paired with red and pairs well with its sister shades of lavender, purple and pink giving wedding planners and stylists opportunities to create romantic makeup, colorful accessories, and vibrant tablescapes.
It’s never good to be too trendy with your decorating choices. If you choose to decorate with Radiant Orchid it’s best as an accent or used in a lighter shade with lots of neutrals for larger scale items.
This is my favorite photo for Radiant Orchid in the home. I like how the art pops against the neutral room.
How would you use Radiant Orchid in your home?