Trending PANTONE Colors In Your Halloween Home Design

Trending PANTONE Colors In Your Halloween Home Design

The PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 Color Trend Report gave us some great options for Halloween color design this year! When the team at PANTONE gives you multiple shades of orange and some intriguing neutrals to play with, it’s practically your responsibility as a design enthusiast to have some fun with creating Halloween color schemes for your home.

Orange Tiger (PANTONE 16-1358) leads the way as a classic, bright orange that ‘screams Halloween’. From pumpkins to candy corn, Orange Tiger (and its compatriot in the PANTONE Autumn 2019 palette Dark Cheddar) is the centerpiece of any trendy Halloween design.

Once your core Halloween color is established, it’s time to have some fun. Will you pair it with a ghoulish gray like Paloma (PANTONE 16-0000), or a dark and sturdy brown like Rocky Road (PANTONE 19-1234)? Both Paloma and Rocky Road provide great stability and versatility as neutral tones and allow you to play with plenty of other color options in your Halloween decor and design.

If you want to continue a “dark and stormy night” theme established by Paloma, try playing with tones like Vanilla Custard and Evening Blue. If you’re more interested in a “bloody good time”, Creme de Peche and Biking Red might be the way to go.

What are YOU doing for Halloween color design this year? How are you using PANTONE color trends this fall? Let us know in the comments below!

Trendy Halloween PANTONE Colors: Classic Orange Options

Orange Tiger: The Classic Bright Halloween Orange
PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Orange Tiger
Dark Cheddar: A Deeper Orange Option
PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Dark Cheddar

Trendy Halloween PANTONE Colors: Dark and Spooky

Paloma: A Ghoulish, Go-To Gray
PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Paloma
Rocky Road: A Sturdy, Complementary Brown
PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Rocky Road

Trendy Halloween PANTONE Colors: Bright and Ghostly

Vanilla Custard: A Reliable, Bright Off-White
PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Vanilla Custard
Creme de Peche: A Rosy Light Tone
PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Creme de Peche

Trendy Halloween PANTONE Colors: Intriguing Choices

Biking Red: A “Blood-Red” Dark Crimson

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Biking Red

Evening Blue: A Dark and Stormy Night
Evening Blue (PANTONE 19-3815)

The 6 Most “Kitchen Design Friendly” PANTONE Colors of Autumn 2019

The 6 Most “Kitchen Design Friendly” PANTONE Colors of Autumn 2019

The PANTONE Autumn & Winter 2019-2020 Color Trend Report is out, and it’s certainly refreshing. PANTONE’s take on Fall 2019 is warmer than usual (we hope that reflects in the weather forecasts, too!), and the time is right to start looking at how these colors and trends reflect on home design – more specifically, design trends for your kitchen.

How can we best apply the PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 collection to your kitchen design? Which colors are best suited to transition from the runway to your cabinetry, kitchen island, prep space and tile? What tones have the most potential to turn your kitchen design into a gorgeous space that lasts for years to come?

We’ve singled out 6 colors from this season’s PANTONE Color Trend Report for their visual appeal, versatility, and ability to turn your kitchen from ‘all right’ to ‘AMAZING’!

Do you agree with our color selections? Let us know in the comments below!

The 6 Best PANTONE Fall 2019 Colors for Kitchen Design

1. Bluestone

We’ve been saying for months that blue is the kitchen design color of 2019, and this blue-gray shade is our favorite color for design in the PANTONE Fall 2019 collection. Bluestone is sturdy and versatile, able to be utilized as a primary or complementary design color. We can envision Bluestone in a traditional “Dutch country” style kitchen, or a more transitional design with opulent Swarovski crystals and clean lines. Bluestone pairs brilliantly with any bright neutral, especially our next selection on this list.

Bluestone (PANTONE 19-4055)

2. Vanilla Custard

The PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 collection brings the heat, and Vanilla Custard is the warm neutral that brings everything together. It’s hard to find a single color in this season’s collection that doesn’t pair well with Vanilla Custard. Its yellow undertones allow it to serve as a front-and-center neutral tone in a standout transitional kitchen design. If you’re looking for a neutral design color that’s more bold than staid, you can’t do much better than this one.

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Vanilla Custard

3. Peach Pink

If PANTONE signals Fall 2019 as a ‘warmer’ season than most autumn collections, we’d better take notice. Peach Pink is a lovely blush tone that doesn’t pull too much focus, and that’s important when using red and orange tones in a kitchen design. It’s a color to be used delicately, for sure, but it’s incredibly pleasing in proper doses. If you’re looking to brighten up your kitchen design, especially in a summer home or a more traditional space, Peach Pink could be a winner for you.

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Peach Pink

4. Hazel

Of the brown tones in the PANTONE Autumn 2019 collection, Hazel is the warmest and most appealing. Rocky Road and Sugar Almond have their place, for sure, but Hazel offers up the warmth needed to make your neutral and wood tones “pop” in the kitchen. If you’re looking for a color that plays well in transitional kitchen design and warms the space without dominating the landscape, Hazel is a strong option.

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Hazel

 

5. Paloma

Is Paloma the most aggressive choice? Absolutely not. But it serves an equally important purpose in your kitchen design – a backbone. This light, smoky gray isn’t so dark that it “pulls down” the space, but it’s saturated enough to offer balance and stability. Paloma is a gorgeous option to pair with tones like Bluestone and Vanilla Custard. Try it on your custom cabinets, kitchen island, or backsplash tile for a modern, clean aesthetic.

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Paloma

6. Guacamole

Want a more natural, leafy vibe in your kitchen? Guacamole is a tangy green tone that strays far enough away from conventional “kelly green” and “forest green” to create a conversation starter. As with Peach Pink, you’ll want a smart, experienced kitchen designer to execute Guacamole to its fullest potential in your kitchen, but the rewards far outweigh the cost with a color like this one.

Guacamole (PANTONE 17-0530)

Complete PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 Color Palette

Complete PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 Color Palette

Forget everything you know about autumn color trends. PANTONE just made this fall a little hotter.

The PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 color palette is bold and confident. Featuring more warmer tones than any autumn color palette in recent memory, this year’s Autumn/Winter Color Trend Report signals a strong sense towards individual style. In other words, this fall isn’t about “design rules” it’s about YOUR rules.

From the official Color Trend Report on the PANTONE website:

Colors for autumn/winter 2019/20 reflect an emergence of confidence; bold and strong, a visceral palette of colors that are relatable yet display some clever tweaks for the winter season. Expressing our wide-ranging acceptance of color, combinations for Autumn/Winter 2019/2020 suggest a thirst for liberation and a desire to realize our own individualized unique identities.

“Colors for Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 range from easy and sophisticated to strikingly different and unique,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute. “This palette of versatile hues builds a sense of empowerment and confidence, enabling the wearer to choose the colors that best reflect his or her mood and persona.”

The road map for custom kitchen and bath design brands this season is diverse, inviting professional and casual designers alike to follow their instincts and use imaginative palettes. From the dark heat of Chili Pepper and Biking Red to the diverse blue tones (Galaxy Blue, Bluestone and Evening Blue), the PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 color palette offers rich and disparate options for virtually any color scheme.

Add in the creamy light tones Creme De Peche and Vanilla Custard paired against the sturdy Rocky Road and Paloma, and you have more winning color combinations than any PANTONE color collection in recent memory.

This autumn, PANTONE is giving you the green light to play with color. Take full advantage!

PANTONE Autumn-Winter 2019/2020 Color Trend Report + Color Palette

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Chili Pepper PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Biking Red PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Creme de Peche PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Peach Pink PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Rocky Road PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Fruit Dove PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Sugar Almond PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Dark Cheddar Galaxy Blue (PANTONE 19-4055) Bluestone (PANTONE 19-4055) PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Orange Tiger Eden (PANTONE 19-6050) PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Vanilla Custard Evening Blue (PANTONE 19-3815) PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 PalomaGuacamole (PANTONE 17-0530)

Which colors in the PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 color palette are YOUR favorite? Leave us a comment and take part in the conversation!

Warm + Fuzzy Fall 2019 PANTONE Neutrals

Warm + Fuzzy Fall 2019 PANTONE Neutrals

Autumn is right around the corner, and PANTONE is already making us feel all warm and fuzzy.

The generally muted neutral colors in fall seasonal design palettes are nowhere to be found in Autumn 2019. In their place, PANTONE has blended a warm, comfortable array of off-whites and browns that looks like a delicious swirl of ice cream.

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Neutral Colors

The PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 collection features some of our favorite off-white tones of the last 5 years. Crème de Pêche and Vanilla Custard dare to come as close to peach and yellow as possible while remaining off-white. Their evocative names are absolutely perfect; the creamy custard of these 2 beautiful, versatile neutral tones allows designers to add a hint of warm color while remaining soft and subtle.

We’ve decided to feature brown tones from both the New York and London PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 collections. The warm, sugary feeling each of them provides is so much fun we couldn’t separate them from one another. The browns in this fall’s color trend report each look like a beautiful, rich finished wood floor.

Hazel (London) and Sugar Almond (New York) are obviously “sister tones” in the two Autumn/Winter 2019 reports. Each is a sweet, nutty brown with an appealing richness, and works in parallels with wood grains and tones splendidly.

If Hazel and Sugar Almond are the nuts, then Rocky Road is the delicious chocolate that surrounds them. Most recent PANTONE seasonal color trend reports have “that” earthy dark brown, and Rocky Road fills the niche beautifully for Autumn 2019. Like Brown Granite (Spring 2019) and Emperador (Spring 2018) before it, Rocky Road is the anchor that ties the PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 collection together.

Paloma endures”, Laurie Pressman of PANTONE remarks about the gray tone that appears in the Autumn/Winter 2019 Classics collection. Paloma is a classic, elegant gray that provides a wonderful complementary shade to virtually every tone in the seasonal report.

So, are you a fan of the Warm Tones of Autumn 2019?

Do you trend towards the Cool Tones of Fall 2019?

Or are you getting all warm and fuzzy with the PANTONE Autumn 2019 Neutrals?

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Color Trend Report | Neutral Tones

Crème de Pêche

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Creme de Peche

Vanilla Custard

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Vanilla Custard

Hazel

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Hazel

Sugar Almond

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Sugar Almond

Rocky Road

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Rocky Road

Paloma

PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Paloma

Cooling Off | The Cool Tones of PANTONE Autumn 2019

Cooling Off | The Cool Tones of PANTONE Autumn 2019

With all the Autumn Heat dominating this fall’s color design landscape, PANTONE had to do something to cool it down a bit.

The 5 cool tones chosen by PANTONE to balance the overall heat of the Autumn 2019 Color Trend Report are thoughtful and understated. (Even the relative vibrance of a tone called Guacamole is muted when surrounded by Orange Tiger and Chili Pepper.)

Pantone Autumn 2019 Cool Color Tones

Guacamole, Eden, Evening Blue, Galaxy Blue and Bluestone offer a bridge between the core Autumn 2019 PANTONE collection and its accompanying “Classics”. Guacamole stands a bit on its own, as Eden’s lush forest green stands a bit closer to the night sky of Evening Blue. Bluestone is a versatile and ‘quiet’ blue-gray that works beautifully in traditional and transitional kitchen and bath design. Galaxy Blue is “that” mainstay blue tone – royal, elegant and alluring.

The overall steadiness of PANTONE’s Autumn 2019 cool colors is a departure from the rest of the Autumn 2019 collection, and certainly from the Bold Optimism of the Spring 2019 Color Trend Report. Spring’s ‘cool colors’ were vibrant and commanded attention; tones like Pepper Stem and Princess Blue were less ‘shrinking violet’s and more center stage.

By contrast, Fall 2019’s cool tones are more sedate, more content to provide stability in the background. While the lush elegance of Eden and Evening Blue is evident, they’re not going to dazzle you from across the room.

And that sedate beauty is precisely what this season’s Color Trend Report needed. With firecrackers like Dark Cheddar and Fruit Dove going off all over this PANTONE collection, high-visibility cream tones like Crème de Pêche and Vanilla Custard demanding their own turn in the spotlight, and the sweet tones of Sugar Almond and Peach Pink pulling some focus, the cool colors in the PANTONE Autumn 2019 collection had to provide a quiet, complementary backbone.

Let’s take a look at the 5 cool colors selected for the PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 Color Trend Report.

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Trend Report: The Cool Color Tones

Guacamole (PANTONE 17-0530)

Guacamole (PANTONE 17-0530)

Eden (PANTONE 19-6050)

Eden (PANTONE 19-6050)

Evening Blue (PANTONE 19-3815)

Evening Blue (PANTONE 19-3815)

Galaxy Blue (PANTONE 19-4055)

Galaxy Blue (PANTONE 19-4055)

Bluestone (PANTONE 19-4055)

Bluestone (PANTONE 19-4055)

Which of these 5 colors (Guacamole, Eden, Evening Blue, Galaxy Blue or Bluestone) do you think is the most versatile and useful? Which would you like to use in your dream kitchen or bath design? Leave us a comment!

Autumn Heat | Warm Tones Dominate PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019

Autumn Heat | Warm Tones Dominate PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019

It’s going to be a hot fall, if PANTONE has anything to say about it. The PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 collection is dominated by warm tones, with more red and orange colors present in one autumn collection than we can remember.

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Warm Colors
Autumn Heat: PANTONE Autumn 2019 colors are dominated by warm tones.

The names say it all. Orange Tiger. Chili Pepper. There’s a sultry heat to this Autumn PANTONE collection, exuding power and self-assurance.

“Colors for autumn/winter 2019/20 reflect an emergence of confidence; bold and strong, a visceral palette of colors,” Laurie Pressman says in the PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 Color Trend Report. Following the lead of PANTONE 2019 Color of the Year Living Coral, the entire design year in color has been bold, hot, and unafraid to be unique.

Check out how deep the red colors in this collection are – Chili Pepper and Biking Red are smoldering, and much closer to brown than pink. The orange spectrum is well represented once again this season, with the orangey-brown Dark Cheddar and bright hot Orange Tiger.

What do you think about the trend towards warm tones into Autumn 2019? Were you looking forward to cooler blues and greens, or are you happy to see these bold, outgoing reds and oranges staying out front?

Follow Design Your Lifestyle and be sure to look out for our FULL coverage of the PANTONE Autumn/Winter 2019 color trend report!

Chili Pepper

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Chili Pepper

Biking Red

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Biking Red

Peach Pink

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Peach Pink

Fruit Dove

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Fruit Dove

Dark Cheddar

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Dark Cheddar

Orange Tiger

PANTONE Autumn 2019 Color Orange Tiger

Get Spooky: Best Pantone Fall 2018 Colors for Halloween Design

Get Spooky: Best Pantone Fall 2018 Colors for Halloween Design

Halloween is right around the corner, and it’s time for savvy designers to start putting together the decor, design and color schemes for their spook-tacular Halloween parties!

There’s no better way to show off your design panache than by incorporating this season’s trendiest colors and tones. For this year, that means utilizing the Pantone Fall/Winter 2018 Color Palette. From the surprising set of 10 fall 2018 tones to the ‘classic colors’ add-on, this season’s Pantone palette is vivid and varied, giving you a plethora of color design options.

But which Pantone Fall/Winter 2018 colors are right for Halloween?

Spoiler alert: we’re going to build around Russet Orange. (Obviously.)

But where do we go from Russet Orange? Perhaps a ghostly gray and a lush green from a witch’s brew; maybe a toxic yellow or a blood-red tone?

The most wonderful aspect of the Pantone Fall/Winter 2018 Color Palette is its sheer variety. We’re unaccustomed to seeing so many warm tones (multiple yellows and reds in the fall?!) in an autumn color collection, and it’s a refreshing change to see virtually every shade of falling leaves included.

So which five of Pantone’s Fall/Winter 2018 colors made the eerie grade for our Halloween color design list? Here they are!

1. Russet Orange (Pantone 16-1255 TCX) – the ‘pumpkin orange’ base tone

Russet Orange Pantone Fall/Winter 2018

2. Quiet Gray (Pantone 14-4107 TCX) – the eerie, ‘ghostly gray’

Quiet Gray Pantone Fall/Winter 2018 Classic Color HTML Hex RGB

3. Valiant Poppy (Pantone 18-1549 TCX) – the bright, ‘blood red’

Valiant Poppy Pantone Fall/Winter 2018

4. Quetzal Green (Pantone 18-5025 TCX) – the ‘witches and potions green’

Quetzal Green Pantone Fall/Winter 2018

5. Limelight (Pantone 12-0740 TCX) – the glaring, ‘toxic yellow’

Limelight Pantone Fall/Winter 2018