THE PANTONE 2017 COLOR OF THE YEAR IS THE WORLD’S BRIGHTEST NEUTRAL
From powerful pink to minion yellow, these are the hues you can look forward to seeing in home design next year. Pantone Color Of The Year.
The Pantone Color of the Year represents a certain rejuvenation. It is the annual announcement that wipes this year’s color slate clean and forecasts what shade will refresh the design world in the year ahead.What color could possibly pull all of it off? It’s called Greenery.
Sherwin-Williams Prediction For 2018.
Interior Color Trends For 2018. Sherwin-Williams predicts that 2018 will embody the spirit of contemporary life with their three color palettes: Affinity, Connectivity, and Sincerity. Each one is inspired by the collective culture of the moment — from fashion to technology — and captures the aura of a year that is bound to be full of progress.
This color story of striking blue, animated fuchsia, and stabilizing brown, the Affinity palette is set to celebrate the connection of people and places.
Affinity is just like any good getaway: relaxed but full of unexpected fun. Decorate accordingly with a base of neutral browns and vibrant accent colors in an array of pinks and blues.
The Connectivity palette draws from innovations in tech, including pixelated oranges, digital blues and greens, and high-def yellow.
“In Silicon Valley, Austin, Berlin and Beijing, techies are the new hippies, full of breakthrough ideas and utopian ideals,” Wadden says. “Connectivity is modern and playful, bringing in dark watery tones of blue that are balanced with neutrals, warm yellow and energetic purples.”
Minimalism isn’t going anywhere in 2018. However, it is taking on a less structured look.
“With the Sincerity palette, silence is no longer empty, but instead is rare and rich with possibility,” says Wadden. “Sincerity is about mindful living and creating an environmentto disconnect and recharge. Soft, washed neutrals, greens and sanctuary pinks work together to create harmony.”
Color Trends For 2018
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