Color Design For Foodies | This Season’s ‘Yummiest’ Trendy Kitchen Colors
When PANTONE draws inspiration from food to name a color, it likely belongs in a kitchen design. PANTONE’s renowned Color Matching System is the gold standard of color design schemes for home designers, textile designers, industrial designers, fabric designers & clothiers. the ability to transition a PANTONE color across media (cloth to paper to online to plastic & more) is unparalleled.
With endless color possibilities in the ever-expanding PANTONE universe, where do you even begin to find the perfect colors for your updated kitchen design? We love taking cues from the names PANTONE gives to its colors. When a PANTONE shade’s name reflects something found in your kitchen or pantry, our “spidey senses” go off!
Maybe it’s a simple case of the power of suggestion, but we know the team at PANTONE as a group which acts with purpose. So if we have a choice for a neutral color for our kitchen… well, we’re going to consider Sugar Almond a bit more strongly than Warm Sand.
(Sorry, Warm Sand – you just don’t sound quite as delicious!)
There’s an abundance if trending PANTONE colors with food-inspired names lately, so why don’t we draw a bit of kitchen design inspiration?
Here’s our selection of 8 trendy PANTONE colors with names foodies will love. See if you get inspired to use one (or more) of them in your kitchen!
8 Kitchen Design Colors For Trendy Food Lovers
Rocky Road: a dark brown earthy neutral & sturdy ‘backbone’ color
Guacamole: the splash of green in your leafy, plant-laden design
Dark Cheddar: a zesty pop of accent color – more accessory than focus
Pancake Batter: a warm, sugary-sweet off-white rooted in golden yellow
Chili Pepper: a spicy hot red – handle with care to succeed!
Peach Pink: a gorgeous blush tone for a summery beach kitchen
Sugar Almond: the warm mid-tone brown neutral coveted by trendy designers
Coconut Milk: a creamy, comforting white that provides balance for an inviting kitchen space
Which of these PANTONE colors is your favorite? Connect with us!