Fashion isn’t the only industry affected by rapidly changing consumer taste. Which is why I scour the trade shows, publications and the internet for insight, updates and forecasts to inform you of color trends and styles for the home.
The authority on all things color recently released a taste of their PANTONEVIEW Home + Interiors Guide for 2019, and among the 72 forecasted hues is a quintet of culinary-inspired shades. Continue reading “PANTONE Colors That Will Be Trending in 2019”
AkzoNobel revealed their 2016 Color of the Year with 4 design trends.
Gold and gold tones are being used everywhere in the design world. It is a recurring color and material at trade shows and in graphic design as well as in architecture, fashion, beauty and interior design. For AkzoNobel it was a natural evolution and transition from the coppery orange that was the Color of the Year for 2015 to select Ochre Gold as the color of the Year for 2016. Continue reading “AkzoNobel Color of the Year 2016 and 4 Design Trends”
Taking cues from runways and European trade shows, Benjamin Moore has selected Simply White (OC-117) as it’s Color of the Year for 2016.
“White is transcendent, powerful and polarizing — it is either taken for granted or obsessed over,” –Ellen O’Neill, Benjamin Moore Creative Director
Continue reading “Benjamin Moore Color of the Year 2016”
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?”