trendings Inspiration Palettes
Trending Now – Nude Pink
Nude pink is ideal as an alternative to white. This pale and luminous shade softens our interiors and brings light, without the impersonal side of white. Nude pink fits everywhere: even in the kitchen, where it will harmonize perfectly with golden or copper accessories, on the walls or as furniture.
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Trending Now – Champagne Colour
Named after the beloved bubbly beverage, champagne is considered a neutral color, and it falls somewhere between yellow and orange on the color spectrum. Most commonly associated with fancy occasions, champagne holds a refined reputation. Fortunately, its pale undertones give champagne a subtle, modest vibe. From its bright elements to its luxurious essence, champagne is as dynamic as it is alluring. It’s for this reason why the color champagne evokes fond, joyous memories.
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Trending Now – Neo Mint
From fashion to interior design, Neo Mint is a hue that is just captivating to the eyes. This one color manages to align science and technology with nature, embodying a forward-thinking mood and an almost utopian optimism. It also embodies the drive towards tones that have gender-neutral appeal, which by 2020 will have moved on from the more feminine hues.
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Trending Now – Classic Blue
Classic Blue symbolizes “protection, stability, peace, and confidence” and “encourages deep thinking, open mindfulness, and communication.” The multisensory experience includes a “comforting and familiar” sound, a “soft, velvety” texture, a “gentle and elegant” taste, as well as an airy scent infused with “blue water and sea salt.”
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Trending Now – Mustard Yellow
While artists use it to capture fleeting beauty, us regular folk use it to inject brightness into our lives. This is perhaps one of the reasons that semigaudy mustard yellow is so prevalent in the normally staid and cold realm of New England architecture.
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Trending Now – Terracotta
A shade between orange and brown, terracotta is a cozy color that helps to warm the house with just a few touches. The color of earth and nature that, although it may seem difficult, it is easy to combine in different ways, combining well with warm colors and materials such as wood (for a material effect) but also with cold colors such as blues and materials like concrete (creating an interesting contrast effect).
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Trending Now – Living Coral
Vibrant, yet mellow PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting environment. PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral emits the desired, familiar, and energizing aspects of colour found in nature. In its glorious, yet unfortunately more elusive, display beneath the sea, this vivifying and effervescent colour mesmerizes the eye and mind. Lying at the center of our naturally vivid and chromatic ecosystem, PANTONE Living Coral is evocative of how coral reefs provide shelter to a diverse kaleidoscope of colour.
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