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A Preview of Pantone’s Home Interiors Colour Trends 2018Monday 7 August 2017
A Preview of Pantone’s Home Interiors Colour Trends 2018 ⇒ Although we are only a few months away from 2018, the prestigious authority figure, Pantone Color Institute has given homeowners and design enthusiasts a little preview at the International Home & Housewares Show in Chicago, of what colours are sure to become a trend in 2018 in the home decoration industry. Greenery is the reigning colour of the year, and so far we have enjoyed every minute of it.
The Executive Director of the Institute Leatrice Eiseman shared a few of her thoughts when it comes to two possible colour trends for next year, one of them being metallics, “Metallics we know are classic. But they have really moved over into neutrals,” and the other iridescence, “the human eye can absolutely not avoid”, meaning that all objects that have shimmering and translucent qualities to them are “intrinsic to human development”
It is expected to see more vibrant colours rather than pastels ones, as explained by Eiseman, “Intense colors seem to be a natural application of our intense lifestyles and thought processes these days.” In 2016, the predilect colours that were chosen were serenity and rose quartz, even though, these brighter colours aren’t expected to be in the lead front, they won’t be entirely out of the picture as well.
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Nevertheless, Pantone has unveiled eight palettes that are bound to be a success in any home interior for the upcoming year, and they are the following:
⇒ DISCRETION: As the name indicates, this one will be much more different from the previous one. It is characterised by a more subtle touch with desaturated hues, like Elderberry and Hawthorne Rose. Eiseman added that “Pink has developed more power than ever before.”
This white living room is enhanced by light touches of beige, pink and grey creating a serene and bright ambience. (Source: Britt + Co)
Eclectic vintage luxe and moody hues rock this remarkable living room design (Source: Australian Design Review)
Combining a bright toned wall with gold and brass details is a wonderful idea. The fabulous Diamond mirror by Essential Home sparkles like no other.
Astonishing living room set by Charlotte Minty Interior Design (Source: Woont)
A Classy and Mid-Century Modern Bedroom with a Hawthorne rose toned wall by Sasha Bikoff Interior Design (Source: 1stdibs)
Designed by Kristine Jenkins, this family home exudes a sense of warmth and vibrancy (Image Credit to Hannah Blackmore, Source: Adore Magazine.)
The Los-Angeles Home of Pretty Little Liars actress, Shay Mitchell (Source: Architectural Digest, Image Credit to Tessa Neustadt)
Source: Klip Klap
Thad Hayes designed this living room set with a master sitting area, characterised by a majestic mix of pink and purple hues (Source: Architectural Digest)
A Fresh and modern bedroom with gender neutral colours and a twist of Hawthorne Rose fabulousness. (Source: Adairs)
⇒ FAR-FETCHED: With the purpose of reaching out and embracing different cultures, this palette will be comprised of warm and earthy hues, such as Rooibos Tea and Cornsilk Yellow.
Source: HG Design Ideas
Image Credit to Eric piasecki, Source: Elle Decor
Bedroom design by Katharine Pooley featuring warm and earthy hues. Source: The Design Society
A tropical styled living room by Knudson Interiors (Source: Pinterest)
A sophisticated living room set by Pierre Frey
Le Limited Editon designed the Optic ruby wine rug which looks perfect in this setting (Source: Le)
Living room set with African influences and earthy tones (Source: Zandart)
⇒ INTRICACY: This intriguing palette will showcase the trend of new neutral metallics while adding an unexpected twist of vibrancy, going for colours that instantly pop and add a little bit of drama to an interior, which is the case of Holly Berry Red and Yellow Sulfur.
Bedroom design by Masterpiece Design Group (Image Credit to Studio KW Photography)
An impressive Kitchen set by Jean-Louis Deniot (Image Credit to Simon Upton, Source: Elle Decor)
Image Credit to Kent Johnson | Source: Elle Decor
This set harmoniously set by DelightFULL combines metallic elements with red and yellow details
A sensational living room set by Jeffrey Bilhuber that provides an unexpected twist of vibrancy. (Image credit to William Waldron, source: Elle Decor)
Source: Benjamin Moore
A striking metallic interior design by Kelly Wearstler
A stunning set of Danielle Moudaber’s London Home featuring sensational shades of bright blue. (Image Credit to Moon Ray Studio, source: Yatzer)
⇒ INTENSITY: As disclosed by Eiseman, this colour scheme will express “a certain strength, power, depth and sophistication.” However, it will also showcase an eclectic mix of colours that will be balanced by Black and Gold, giving origin to the name intensity.
A majestic living room set designed by Coco Republic Interior Design. (Source: Design Addicts Platform)
The spacious Kitchen of Chrissy Teigen and John Legend’s New York Home is brimming with black and gold details. (Image Credit to William Waldron, Source: Architectural Digest)
Bringing her fierce and vibrant approach, Kelly Wearstler revamped this hallway of an apartment in Bel Air. The designer blends perfectly modern with vintage elements, and adds luxury through accentuated uses of black, gold and metallics. (Image Credit to Roger Davies, Source: Architectural Digest)
A glamorous bedroom set featuring enticing furniture designs, such as the One Minute Lamp shade. (Source: Pinterest)
With a fabulous mix of black and gold tones, Pierre-Yves Rochon designed this remarkable lounge space of the Savoy Hotel (Source: Pierre-Yves Rochon)
A striking lounge set highlighting a luxurious and metallic ambience with alluring furniture designs, from brands like Boca do Lobo.
This phenomenal living room was designed by renowned Spanish designer, Pepe Leal. (Source: Sukio)
⇒ PLAYFUL: Unlike some of the others, this palette is not meant to be taken in extreme matters, but is bound to bring in the fun and a sense of freshness by using colours, such as Minion Yellow or Lime Popsicle.
The Namib chair by BRABBU is a classic and balanced chair that mixes wood and satin cotton to create the most sublime piece.
A setting designed by DelightFULL with a playful and eclectic mix of colours.
This Emirates Hills Villa dining room was designed by Nikki B. Interiors, brass details and a minion yellow wall give that wow factor to this setting.
A space from Hotel Torre de Madrid designed by Jaime Hayon who incorporated a playful use of colours. (Image Credit to KlunderBie)
Interior set by Jean-Philippe Demeyer (Image Credit to Arne Jennard)
A vivid living room set in a Dominic Republic home characterised by a whimsical atmosphere. Kemble Interiors were the creative genius behind this design. (Image Credit to Douglas Friedman, Source: Architectural Digest)
Defined by impressive pops of colors, this interior space was designed by Dmitry Schuka (Source: Interior Design)
Worthy of being selected for a Wes Anderson’ movie, this home office design of a Portland home perfectly blends lime popsicle with minion yellow. (Source: Elle Decor)
A sophisticated living room with a lime popsicle accent wall (Source: Home Stratosphere)
Esteemed Dallas-based interior designer, Jan Shower designed this fun and colourful living room set. (Source: Inside Out)
⇒ RESOURCEFUL: The look for this palette could be better described by a complementary use of colours, like blue and orange, that are simply too alluring to be ignored, as said by the Executive director, “it combines warm and cool tones that you just can’t avoid looking at it.”
Arch.Predmet designed this stunning living room of a country house that combines warm colours, such as orange with fresh tones, like blue.
Ganna Design was responsible for the interior design of an eclectic apartment, in central Taipei, Taiwan, providing a lovely family, a resourceful yet playfully setting dominated by various shades of blue. (Source: Yatzer)
Heritage cabinet by Boca do Lobo is the star of this airy and blue setting.
Boca do Lobo’s Pixel cabinet is comprised of 1088 multicoloured triangles. This stunning design that honours the union between design and craftsmanship looks dazzling next to a blue wall.
A unique living room set conceived by Jeff Andrews highlight an electrifying and eccentric use of colours and patterns. (Source: Amara)
A highly functional and elegant setting that is overshadowed with resourceful orange tones (Source Andrea Braund Home Staging & Design)
This combination of blue and orange is simply divine. (Source: Design Mag)
Kelly Hoppen designed this ingenious bedroom set of Hotel Murmuri, in Barcelona (Source: Kelly Hoppen Interiors)
Another complementary use of colours can be seen in this gorgeous dining room setting (Source: Pinterest)
Philippe Starck crated this enticing lounge for Yoo hotels defined by blue accents (Source: Yoo)
⇒ TECH-NIQUE: Regarded as a homage to technology, enthusiasts can expect to see a lot of Bright Turquoise, Pink and Purple hues which will be balanced with shades like Brilliant White and Frosted Almond.
A bright turquoise living room by Kelly Wearstler (Image Credit to Scott Frances)
A minimalist and airy space by Widawscy Studio Architektury (Source: Homedsgn)
This is the perfect example of how one should mix bright tones of purple in a setting. (Source: Home Interior Decorating Ideas)
A corner setting by KOKET featuring various shades of pink
A cheerful living room starring multiple hues of bright (Source: Decoist)
An idyllic bedroom design for girls using a wide variety of textures and turquoise tones. Eero Aarnio designed the playful vintage chair. (Image Credit to Richard Powers, Source: Elle Decor)
Frosted Almost is a must colour trend for 2018, just look how stunning this set looks! (Source: Luxxu)
A technical and luxurious living room set with brilliant white tones. (Source: Livinator)
This bedroom set displays contemporary flooring in frosted almond (Source: Shaw Floors)
A glamorous Tribeca residence by Drake/Anderson rocking bright hues of purple (Source: Drake/Anderson)
⇒ VERDURE: Consisting of more nature-inspired hues, such as celery, robin’s egg blue and berry purple. According to Eiseman, this series of tones are meant to symbolise health.
This living space transmits an idea of strength and well-being through the use of natural hues. It is colourful, modern, with simple lines and strong details.
Dimore studio designed this set. (Image Credit to Beppe Brancato, Source: Maison et Objet)
This wonderful living room space by Gacek Design Group highlights an alluring robin’s egg blue wall (Source: Gacek Design Group)
Library of a Manhattan apartment designed by Steven Gambrel (Source: Architectural Digest, image credit to Eric Piasecki)
Mindy Kaling’s Los Angeles Home living room designed by Katie Ridder. A natural hue of turquoise reigns over its walls (Source: Architectural Digest, Image Credit to Floto+Warner)
An impressive living room space by Didier Gomez featuring celery tones. (Source: Billionaire)
Source: Home Design Ideas
A phenomenal bathroom design with celery toned walls (Source: Loversiq)
This bold bathroom set combines a bathtub in celery shades with an exotic wallpaper and plants giving it a natural vibe (Source: Luxury Bathrooms)
In this lively set, purple and grey contrast perfectly, creating a stunning two-toned wall (Source: Pinterest)
Below, CovetED shares an insightful video replete with 2018 Home Interior Color Trends that is an overview of this eight stunning palettes. In addition, you’ll get to see and be inspired by extraordinary interior design projects!
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Source: Elle Decor