The Trendiest PANTONE Reds For Christmas 2019 | A Design Guide

The Trendiest PANTONE Reds For Christmas 2019 | A Design Guide

Which red is the RIGHT red for Christmas design in 2019? The palette certainly couldn’t be any broader; there are 256 available HEX codes for red, and that’s only in web design (currently). Add in the fact that in reality “off screen” there are roughly 10 million colors perceptible by the human eye at any given moment, and it makes choosing “the perfect Christmas red” seem impossible.

Luckily, we have color experts like the team at PANTONE to guide the way. Like Rudolph’s bright red nose, PANTONE guides our way through the 2019 holiday design season and points us to six trending red colors that are all the rage for this year’s Christmas design palettes.

The six red shades trending for Christmas 2019 design come directly from the latest PANTONE trend reports – from 2019, Spring 2020, & the color palette suggestions for Classic Blue, the 2020 Pantone Color of the Year.

You won’t be shocked to see a traditional red like Cranberry leading the charge. But take particular note of the gorgeous Space Cherry, pulled from a metallic version of the same color in an aforementioned Classic Blue PANTONE color palette.

Prepare for Fiery Red and other blazing colors like it as we head into the Spring 2020 design season; they’re on trend in a big way. If you’re looking for a more sedate red tone to decorate your home this Christmas, we really enjoy working with the reddish-brown Bossa Nova.

6 Trendy Reds for Christmas 2019

Cranberry

PANTONE 2019 Christmas red color Cranberry

Space Cherry

PANTONE 2019 Christmas red color Space Cherry

Fiery Red

PANTONE 2019 Christmas red color Fiery Red

Rhubarb

PANTONE 2019 Christmas red color Rhubarb

Valiant Poppy

PANTONE 2019 Christmas red color Valiant Poppy

Bossa Nova

PANTONE 2019 Christmas red color Bossa Nova

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