Books We Covet: “What Colours Are Next?” PANTONEVIEW Home 2019 ⇒ Pantone is the authoritative colour reference for the ones that work in creative areas like design, interiors or fashion and recently they have launched an exciting new book regarding the colour trends for the upcoming year, the PANTONEVIEW Home 2019. This incredible and helpful book focuses on the colours that will paint our life and work next year! These are the colours that will influence consumers by the time they make their purchase decision and will appeal to one’s imagination and emotions.
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In PANTONEVIEW home + interiors 2019, you will find visual inspirations, key colour direction and suggested colour harmonies distilled into eight themes with 72 forecasted colours, taking the shape of a true colour road map to the future. Each annual issue provides targeted colour direction for home furnishings and interior design.
This time around, the book comes in a new format, including a cover slipcase and nine individually bound eight-page palette cards. The book’s forecast can actually be paired with Pantone Cotton or Plastic Standards in an incredible effort to create both soft and hard home applications.
Among these colour palettes, you will find spicy reds, sweet flamingo oranges and rich purples. The neutrals have a warm presence and don’t forget to check the grassy greens. These elegant and fashionable tones will help you create irresistible design pieces and spaces that definitely will trigger the consumer’s attention. These are bound to become the hues that your mind craves and demands the most!
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