For the first time, Pantone has chosen the blending of two shades as the Pantone Color of the Year 2016: Rose Quartz and Serenity.
As consumers seek mindfulness and well-being as an antidote to modern daily stresses, welcoming colors that psychologically fulfill our yearning for reassurance and security are becoming more prominent. Joined together, Rose Quartz and Serenity demonstrate an inherent balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the cooler tranquil blue, reflecting connection and wellness as well as a soothing sense of order and peace. Also, furniture rose quartz and serenity may be a winning solution for your interior design projects.
The prevalent combination of pantone color Rose Quartz and Serenity challenges traditional perceptions of color association. As you can see in this project by Boca do Lobo, Rose Quartz is a persuasive yet gentle tone that expresses compassion and a sense of composure. This warmer tone combines beautifully with golden luxury furniture, like the Apollo wall mirror.
Sometimes an elegant modern design rug can be the furniture piece that was missing in your room design. With Rose Quartz, the ambiance will be sweeter.
Serenity, in turn, is light and airy, like the expanse of the blue sky above us. In this living room design you can see how Serenity tone upholstery, the Maya 2 Velvet Sofa by Brabbu, creates a beautiful and calm ambiance in a living room design.
The color of the year 2016 works perfectly in a bedroom interior design, evoking a relaxing and calm ambient to the room. Boca do Lobo’s Symphony nightstand is a modern design piece that goes perfectly with the Serenity tone.
A demonstration of both imagination and strong design skills, combined exceptional craftsmanship, the Monochrome serenity is a remarkable piece that stands out in any room or setting. It expresses a leading edge outlook though it’s distinct shape and colour.
In many parts of the world we are experiencing a gender blur as it relates to fashion, which has in turn impacted color trends throughout all other areas of design. This more unilateral approach to color is coinciding with societal movements toward gender equality and fluidity, the consumer’s increased comfort with using color as a form of expression, a generation that has less concern about being typecast or judged and an open exchange of digital information that has opened our eyes to different approaches to color usage.