Pantone Color of the Year

Pantone Color of the Year

Peach Fuzz: Pantone Color of the Year 2024

Peach Fuzz: Pantone Color of the Year 2024

The Pantone Color of the Year is something I look forward to discovering, discussing, and dissecting every year. But, why? What’s the big deal? Pantone’s Color of the Year is more than just a pretty color someone picked out. In fact, the Pantone Color Institute spends...

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Pantone 2023: Welcome to the Magentaverse

Pantone 2023: Welcome to the Magentaverse

I’m not gonna lie, I will miss referencing all year long Pantone’s color this year. I about jumped out of my seat as it was revealed. It’s a personal favorite (I know. WOW.). It is a bold, exciting, and invigorating shade. Full of life and celebration, the 2023 color...

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Very Peri: Pantone 2022 Color of the Year Interior Design

Very Peri: Pantone 2022 Color of the Year Interior Design

For the first time, Pantone’s color of the year was specially created for 2022. Ordinarily, the color of the year is chosen out of the thousands of hues in the Pantone library, but 17-3938 Very Peri is a brand new color, a blend of blue and deep violet with red...

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Pantone Color Of The Year 2021

Pantone Color Of The Year 2021

A Prominent Pantone Pairing 2021.  A year of healing. A year of learning. And a year of hope. This year is definitely a unique one. Which is possibly why this year’s Pantone Color of the Year is, in fact, a color pairing. Exceptionally, Pantone has selected two colors...

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Ultra Violet: A Soulful Reflection

Ultra Violet: A Soulful Reflection

Each year, we dedicate one section of our blog to the Pantone Color of the Year. This year, they chose Ultra Violet, a striking shade associated with inventiveness and artistic expression. We went from surprise to delight. In the next few pages, you can peruse through the vignettes we’ve curated to show how you can use Ultra Violet in your home.

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