A few weeks ago, Pantone came out with their Spring 2014 Fashion Color Report. While these colors are intended to primarily apply to the fashion industry, we decided to steal some of their amazing colors for home decor. Art imitating art, right?
Lately, I’ve been so attracted to all things BLUE. New purse? Blue. New dress? Blue. New throw pillows? Blue. So, of course, when looking at the various choices of spring colors, I was drawn to Dazzling Blue, and Pinterest did not let me down.
This blue pairs well with whites or with other colors. We are loving it with oranges, greens, and yellows! Paint the walls, use it on accessories, or create a focal point in your room by keeping the color isolated for a pop!
As always, check out our Pinterest board to see more inspirations and get information on the pictures we’ve shown here!
It’s our week of all things Spring! A few weeks ago, we showed you Pantone’s Style Setting Palette. Today, I’m bringing to you another one of my favorite color palettes from Pantone. Tinted Medley is full of warm rosy colors that are perfectly feminine without being too girly.
Here’s what Pantone has to say about their color palette:
Tinted Medley is truly a harmonious composition of closely related, deliciously warm tones with peach and pink striking the main chord. Bellini, apricot wash, peach amber and macadamia are compatible blends, while powdered roses and yellows underscore and support the perfect pitch of an ethereal rosy-taupe.
Here at The Mix, we have rounded up a few ideas to help you get inspired by this warm and rosy color palette!
What do you think? These warm pinks with a bit of champagne, yellow, or gray mixed in makes the perfect match for any room in need of a touch of spring! Use pillows or go for a sweeping change and paint the walls. With a great palette like this, you won’t regret it!
Pantone is known in the art industries as the go-to guide for all things color. Each year, they hold a secret meeting and decide the Pantone Color of the Year. They also release color palettes for the upcoming year. They predict these on-trend color palettes, and people in art, fashion, and even merchandising use these to create their lines for the next big thing!
Here at The Mix, we are all about design aesthetics and keeping you up to date with the next new thing in home design. This week, we are loving their Style Setting color palette!
Here’s what Pantone has to say about this color palette:
Using Fashion as inspiration for color, materials and in the home, this taste-making palette is about polish, poise and finesse.The purple color family plays off against mahogany, off-white, gray and taupe, and picks up some shimmer with frosted almond and champagne beige.
The subtleties of the neutral colors with the added deep rich hues of the purple really make a room stand out. Here are a few pictures we found to spark your imagination and give you an idea about how to make these colors work.
There’s a variety of different ways to incorporate these wonderful purple hues into your room, whether it’s a small pop of color, or a whole wall of paint.