As we collectively ride out this period of relative isolation because of the coronavirus pandemic, it’s safe to say all of us are looking for happy distractions. For me, I enjoy thinking about colors and textures and the new trends that will emerge in the coming year. Continue reading “PANTONEVIEW Home + Interiors 2021”
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”
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+.
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”