Pantone recently announced its much-anticipated color of the year, and let’s just say the vibrant hue is sure to inspire and infuse creativity wherever it’s used. So, if you’re looking to refresh your home decor, here are just a few ways you can incorporate Very Peri – a unique shade of blue with undertones of violet and red.
It’s a new year, which means that it’s officially time to start using Pantone’s annual Color of the Year around the house! Pantone has been designating a color of the year for over 20 years, and for 2021 the company chose not just one, but TWO colors. Allow us to introduce Ultimate Gray and Illuminating, a color combination that, according to Pantone, conveys strength and positivity following a year unlike any other.
Here’s how you can use these two colors at home:
The start of a new decade is the perfect opportunity to refresh your home’s paint palette. But with nearly limitless color options available, this can be no easy task. Well we’re here to help!
Keep reading to learn about the paint colors of 2020 — the picks major paint retailers predict will be prevalent throughout home design choices — and how you can incorporate these hues in your living spaces. With these colors in your home, prepare to feel relaxed, grounded, and restored at home as you kick-off the new decade.
Earlier in the year it was announced that Living Coral was 2019’s Pantone Color of the Year. Chosen for its vibrant, but mellow tone, it evokes feelings of warmth, comfort and cheerfulness. Its no surprise that Living Coral and similar tones have made a home on doors, interiors and more. Over the past seven months, we’ve seen Pantone’s Color of the Year everywhere and wanted to share how it’s been beautifully incorporated.
Pantone recently announced its Color of the Year for 2018: Ultra Violet.
The color is “complex, contemplative and suggests the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what lies ahead and the discoveries beyond where we are now.” According to Pantone, purple shades have also been symbolic of counterculture, unconventionality and artistic brilliance.
It’s only a matter of time before you start seeing DIY projects centered around this trending color — and maybe even your neighbors painting their front doors ultra violet.
If you’re not sure that an ultra violet hued front door will resonate with buyers this spring, we have nine other ways for you to add the new Pantone color into your home — all sourced from some of our favorite Chicago home decor and furniture stores. Continue reading