Pantone Colour of the Year

Pantone is a company based in New Jersey in the United States of America. Known worldwide for its wide colour system used in all industries. Every year the Pantone guides are edited to counteract the degradation of colours, which occurs naturally with time. So it is recommended that these guides be replaced annually.

Pantone launches colour trends in all industries, from the fashion industry to design to the printing. All seasons the company launches the season’s trend colours that are followed by the most diverse references of fashion and decoration

Living Coral – Pantone Colour Of The Year 2019

In addition to the trends of the season, the Pantone Color Institute annually launches the colour of the year. This is the most awaited colour by professionals in the field of colourimetry. The colour of the year 2018 was “Ultra Violet” (18-3838). Inspired by the iconic names of music like Prince, David Bowie and Jimi Hendrix. This year, 2019, the colour is “Living Coral” (16-1546). Is a vibrant colour and it surrounds us by its warmth, providing comfort in the ambiences where it is used. Its inspiration is the reaction to the attack of digital technology and social media that are increasingly intruding on our daily routine. It symbolizes optimism and calls for joyous and carefree activities, representing the fusion of modern life.

Ultra Violet – Pantone Colour Of The Year 2018

Summer Colours

With the arrival of summer the curiosity to know what colours trends for the year 2019 awaken. Pantone has already revealed the colours that will mark this season. Your waiting is over! From the 2019 colours stand out four classic neutral colours, all of which are characterized as powerful, fun and energizing. The twelve colors chosen for this season are:  “Fiesta” (17-1564), “Jester Red” (19-1862), “Turmeric” (15-1264), “Living Coral” (16-1546), “Pink Peacock” (18-2045), “Pepper Stem” (17-0542), “Lemon Verbena” (12-0742), “Princess Blue”(19-4150), “Toffee” (18-1031), “Mango Mojito” (15-0960), “Terrarium Moss” (18-0416) and “Pressed Rose” (15-1619).

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Neutral Colours

The neutral tones for summer 2019 chosen by Pantone are “Soybean” (13-0919), “Eclipse” (19-3810), “Sweet Corn” (11-0106) e “Brown Granite” (19-0805).

Inspire yourself and renew your spaces by giving them a touch of colour and keeping them always up-to-date with new trends.

2019 Neutral Colours Trends
Leatrice Eiseman – Pantone Institute

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