Desiring some news on what colors will be trending in home decor and design next year? Good, because Pantone has released its annual trends forecast, PANTONE VIEW home + interiors 2019. This report focuses on the colors that we will be loving in 2019. While 2018’s Color of the Year, Ultra Violet, still holds its reign, that hasn’t stopped the institute from predicting what we will see more of in 2019 already. Check out what’s on the range for next year, according to Pantone.
The Pantone Color Institute, the consultancy behind the Colors of The Year, has picked 72 colors in eight color palettes that they predict will be everywhere in home design and houseware in 2019.
“With more choices than ever before, it is essential for home furnishings and interior decoration brands and designers to connect with their consumers and deliver the themes, palettes, and colors that engage and stimulate beyond the surface,” says Laurie Pressman, Vice President of the Pantone Color Institute.
Two of the palettes they have highlighted are “Cravings” and “Classico,” which come from opposite sides of the color spectrum.
The first palette draws inspiration from the plate. The shades in “Cravings” are meant to tempt the eye “as well as the taste buds with spicy reds, sweet flamingo orange, and rich purples.”
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Allusions to ‘fetish foods,” such as peppers and chocolate, are tempered by the warmth a neutral Cappuccino shade and a grassy green shade. Think bright red statement furniture and all the goodness of maximalist joy. These colors combines are intended to appeal to the senses. Do we see some hot kitchen utensils and dinnerware coming soon?
The second palette is a tribute to colors that are timeless and enduring. The hues of “Classico” skew more elegant with a nod to style fundamentals. This is the palette where “a graceful swan white” and shades of camel pair perfectly with deep teals, gray flannels, burgundy reds, and caviar blacks.
These colors are not only popular in the U.S. but worldwide. Time will tell how we’ll see these colors commingled – as pairs or boldly combined into one interior line.
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