Is Blue the Breakout Kitchen Design Color of 2019?

Is Blue the Breakout Kitchen Design Color of 2019?

Getting the blues might be exactly what your kitchen needs in 2019. Pantone’s Spring 2019 color palette featured bold tones like Living Coral (the 2019 Color of the Year) and Mango Madness, coupled with trendy neutrals like Sweet Corn and Toffee.

But Princess Blue seems primed to emerge from the pack as a go-to kitchen design color in 2019, thanks to its versatility, rich ‘pop’ of oceanic blue, and the luxurious nature of its sapphire jewel tone.

When award-winning design firms like Peter Salerno Inc. proclaim, “Blue is becoming our dominant color this Spring with our current design jobs” (via Instagram), it’s hard not to take notice. Navy blues have taken the lead in past design seasons, but a rich royal like Princess Blue brings a different vibe to the (kitchen) table altogether.

Will Princess Blue become the breakout Pantone color of 2019? Princess Blue, Pantone 19-4150
Will Princess Blue become the breakout Pantone color of 2019?

As 2019 kitchen design photography emerges, it’s evident royal blue tones are beginning to weave a thread through much of this year’s great design. Blue is a savvy, sophisticated choice for a rich color that blends well with virtually any neutral.

The 2019 Peter Salerno Inc. kitchen design featured in the photo below (and in this article) uses Princess Blue in its stemware, dishware and other accessories. This splash of color balances four different neutral tones in the design scheme – white, flat gray, brushed silver (on the appliances), and the light brown of the reclaimed vintage ceiling beams.

Peter Salerno Inc.'s reclaimed wood beams in transitional kitchen design with pops of rich Princess Blue, 2019.
Peter Salerno Inc.’s reclaimed wood beams in transitional kitchen design with pops of rich Princess Blue, 2019.

Blue isn’t just making a statement in ‘royal’ varieties in 2019. The brilliant kitchen island featured below exhibits a lighter blue reminiscent of Little Boy Blue from the Pantone Spring 2018 collection. As in the kitchen design above, this eye-catching blue tone pulls together a transitional kitchen full of white and gray grained surfaces – both the faux wood grain flooring and the beautiful island countertop.

This blue kitchen island pops in a neutral color kitchen design. (Peter Salerno Inc.)
This blue kitchen island pops in a neutral color kitchen design. (Peter Salerno Inc.)

Even world-class appliance craftsmen like La Cornue are featuring shades of blue in their designs. The stunning Grand Palais La Cornue piece featured below dazzled attendees at a recent KBIS conference. A more royal shade of blue applies to the La Cornue range at the very bottom of this piece; the French Blue La Cornue range in that Peter Salerno Inc. kitchen design pulls central focus in an ornate kitchen, sitting neatly below a unique reclaimed tin custom range hood.

The stunning blue La Cornue display range at the KBIS 2017 Conference.
The stunning blue La Cornue display range at the KBIS 2017 Conference.

Magazine spreads are featuring more and more blue kitchen designs as well. Bergen Magazine’s recent feature of this blue-based transitional kitchen design turned heads with its variety of blue shades tying together a neutral kitchen. From a light blue feature wall to classic Dutch blue-and-white ceramics, dark blue-and-white kitchen chairs to an undertone of blue in the smoked glass on the refrigerator, this kitchen design proves that blue can dominate the conversation without overwhelming the senses.

Bergen Magazine Fall 2016 edition, featuring Peter Salerno Inc. transitional kitchen design photos.
Bergen Magazine, featuring Peter Salerno Inc. blue transitional kitchen design photos.

But what’s YOUR take on kitchen design colors in 2019? Is blue the breakout star of the year, or is another color poised to dominate the kitchen design landscape? We’d love to hear from you in the comments section below!

A stunning French blue La Cornue range in a Peter Salerno Inc. kitchen design. (Photo: Peter Rymwid, Peter Salerno Inc.)
A stunning French blue La Cornue range in a Peter Salerno Inc. kitchen design. (Photo: Peter Rymwid, Peter Salerno Inc.)

Living Coral Palettes | Design With Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year

Living Coral Palettes | Design With Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year

Living Coral is the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year. A testament to optimism, a love affair with our oceans (and nature in general), and a lively invitation to social interaction, Living Coral is a bright addition to our lives.

Now, how do we make Living Coral a bright addition to our homes and our color designs?

Living Coral, Pantone's 2019 Color of the Year, has drawn positive reactions.
Living Coral, Pantone’s 2019 Color of the Year, has drawn positive reactions.

In terms of practical application, Living Coral isn’t a “simple marriage” into color designs like a staid navy blue or a versatile taupe. What the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year does provide is a chance to create instant warmth, a convivial atmosphere, and a bright new ‘punch’ to the design in your home, office or work space.

We’ve had a little time to play with Living Coral (and the rest of the Pantone Spring 2019 color collection), and we’ve drawn a few conclusions about how to build color palettes around it. Blues work quite well, as do earth tones and light neutrals. For the bold at heart, one can also double-down on warm tones to dramatic effect.

We’ve created five Living Coral color design palettes, using three specific criteria:

  1. Each palette contains three accompanying colors;
  2. Each color in the 5 Living Coral palettes is from the Spring 2019 Pantone collection, or a Pantone collection from the recent past;
  3. Each must feature Living Coral (no hiding the 2019 Color of the Year in the background!)

We’d love to hear what you think of our efforts! How will YOU utilize Living Coral in your designs in 2019?

5 Color Design Palettes for Living Coral, the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year

The Neutrals Palette

Design with Living Coral: The Neutrals Palette
Design with Living Coral: The Neutrals Palette

Colors Utilized:

  • Sweet Corn (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)
  • Soybean (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)
  • Toffee (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)

The Spring Sunshine Palette

Design with Living Coral: The Spring Sunshine Palette
Design with Living Coral: The Spring Sunshine Palette

Colors Utilized:

  • Turmeric (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)
  • Aspen Gold (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)
  • Sweet Lilac (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)

 

The Earth Tones Palette

Design with Living Coral: The Earth Tones Palette
Design with Living Coral: The Earth Tones Palette

Colors Utilized:

  • Terrarium Moss (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)
  • Brown Granite (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)
  • Soybean (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)

The Cool Blues Palette

Design with Living Coral: The Cool Blues Palette
Design with Living Coral: The Cool Blues Palette

Colors Utilized:

  • Blue Bell (Pantone Fall 2017 Collection)
  • Niagara (Pantone Spring 2017 Collection)
  • Princess Blue (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)

 

The Sunset Palette

Design with Living Coral: The Sunset Palette
Design with Living Coral: The Sunset Palette

Colors Utilized:

  • Fiesta (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)
  • Mango Mojito (Pantone Spring 2019 Collection)
  • Otter (Pantone Fall 2017 Collection)

 

Your Favorite NFL Team’s Pantone Colors | NFC South + NFC West

Your Favorite NFL Team’s Pantone Colors | NFC South + NFC West

In this article, you’ll find the official NFL Pantone colors for these teams (as of the 2019 NFL season):

  • Atlanta Falcons
  • Carolina Panthers
  • New Orleans Saints
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Arizona Cardinals
  • Los Angeles Rams
  • San Francisco 49ers
  • Seattle Seahawks

Make sure you check out our article about Super Bowl 53: The Official Team Colors of the LA Rams and New England Patriots!

If you’re unfamiliar with Pantone – it’s the world’s foremost authority on color, and the creator of the best color matching system available. We think Pantone is absolutely essential when it comes to color design. That extends past home design to party decor, accessories, clothing and more. If you’re a super-fan of a particular NFL team, then this series of articles is custom built for you!

In terms of color palettes, the NFL franchises of the NFC South and NFC West present some of our very favorites. From the trendy Seattle Seahawks to the classic San Francisco 49ers, the warm and bright Tampa Bay Buccaneers to the old gold and neutrals of the New Orleans Saints, these 8 NFL teams provide something to love for any fan of color design. Toss in the classic Carolina Blue of the Panthers, the smoking-hot reds of the Falcons and Cardinals, and the new-era metallic gold of the Rams, and the teams of the NFC South and NFC West are a feast for the eyes.

If you’re a fan of one of the eight franchises listed above, then it’s crucial you’re up to date on the color trends and official Pantone colors of your favorite NFL team. Each color code is verified as authentic; basing your apparel, decor or home design around these Pantone colors will guarantee you exhibit pinpoint team pride!

Note: Some color names (“gray”, “silver”, etc.) are over-arching color names for Pantone colors without a specific title. Please refer to the color codes under each graphic for the exact specifications for each team’s variant of those colors. (In particular, note the varieties of red and silver among these teams in particular!) We have limited each set to the 2-3 prevailing colors for each team and chose jersey colors over helmet colors. Also, there is no Pantone code for white unless an opaque white is specified.

NFL Team Pantone Colors: NFC South

Atlanta Falcons

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Atlanta Falcons
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Atlanta Falcons
  • Falcons Red: Pantone PMS 187 C
  • Silver: Pantone PMS 877 C

Carolina Panthers

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Carolina Panthers
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Carolina Panthers
  • Carolina Blue: Pantone PMS PROCESS BLUE C
  • Light Silver: Pantone PMS 877 C METALLIC

New Orleans Saints

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: New Orleans Saints
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: New Orleans Saints
  • Old Gold: Pantone PMS 8383 C

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Tampa Bay Bucs
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Tampa Bay Bucs
  • Red: Pantone 186 C
  • Pewter: Pantone 8600 METALLIC
  • Bay Orange: Pantone 151 C

NFL Team Pantone Colors: NFC West

Arizona Cardinals

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Arizona Cardinals
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Arizona Cardinals
  • Dark Red: Pantone 194 C
  • Yellow: Pantone 1235 C

Los Angeles Rams

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: LA Rams
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: LA Rams
  • Millennium Blue: Pantone PMS 282 C
  • New Century Gold: Pantone PMS 873 C

San Francisco 49ers

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: San Francisco 49ers
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: San Francisco 49ers
  • 49ers Red: Pantone 194 C
  • Gold: Pantone 874 C

Seattle Seahawks

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Seattle Seahawks
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Seattle Seahawks
  • College Navy: Pantone 289
  • Action Green: Pantone 368
  • Wolf Gray: Pantone 429

Your Favorite NFL Team’s Pantone Colors | AFC East + AFC North

Your Favorite NFL Team’s Pantone Colors | AFC East + AFC North

In this article, you’ll find the official NFL Pantone colors for these teams (as of the 2019 NFL season):

  • Buffalo Bills
  • Miami Dolphins
  • New England Patriots
  • New York Jets
  • Baltimore Ravens
  • Cincinnati Bengals
  • Cleveland Browns
  • Pittsburgh Steelers

Make sure you check out our article about Super Bowl 53: The Official Team Colors of the LA Rams and New England Patriots!

If you’re unfamiliar with Pantone – it’s the world’s foremost authority on color, and the creator of the best color matching system available. We think Pantone is absolutely essential when it comes to color design. That extends past home design to party decor, accessories, clothing and more. If you’re a super-fan of a particular NFL team, then this series of articles is custom built for you!

The AFC East and AFC North are home to the 2 NFL franchises with the most Super Bowl wins as of 2019; following Super Bowl 53, the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots have each won six Super Bowls. The other six teams in the AFC East and AFC North each have their own storied histories. The Jets, Dolphins and Ravens each have won Super Bowls, and the Dolphins own the NFL’s only undefeated season. The Buffalo Bills appeared in four consecutive Super Bowls. The Cleveland Browns boast a legacy that includes all-time greats Jim Brown, Ozzie Newsome and Otto Graham. The Bengals boast all-time greats like Anthony Munoz and are credited with being the first team to feature the West Coast offense.

If you’re a fan of one of the eight franchises listed above, then it’s crucial you’re up to date on the color trends and official Pantone colors of your favorite NFL team. Each color code is verified as authentic; basing your apparel, decor or home design around these Pantone colors will guarantee you exhibit pinpoint team pride!

Note: Some color names (“gray”, “silver”, etc.) are over-arching color names for Pantone colors without a specific title. Please refer to the color codes under each graphic for the exact specifications for each team’s variant of those colors. (Don’t confuse the orange used by the Browns and Bengals, for example!) We have limited each set to the 2-3 prevailing colors for each team and chose jersey colors over helmet colors. Also, there is no Pantone code for white unless an opaque white is specified.

Also, in the case of the Pittsburgh Steelers, we’ve featured the three colors used in their famous “three stars” logo. The team also features black, silver and white in their jersey designs.

NFL Team Pantone Colors: AFC East

Buffalo Bills

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Buffalo Bills
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Buffalo Bills
  • Royal Blue: Pantone PMS 287 C
  • Red: Pantone PMS 186 C

Miami Dolphins

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Miami Dolphins
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Miami Dolphins
  • Aqua:  Pantone PMS 321 C
  • Orange: Pantone PMS 1655 C
  • Teal Blue: Pantone PMS 7701 C

New England Patriots

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: New England Patriots
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: New England Patriots
  • Nautical Blue: Pantone PMS 289 C
  • Red: Pantone PMS 186 C
  • New Century Silver: Pantone PMS 8180 C

New York Jets

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  New York Jets
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: New York Jets
  • Hunter Green: Pantone PMS 5535 C

NFL Team Pantone Colors: AFC North

Baltimore Ravens

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Baltimore Ravens
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Baltimore Ravens
  • Purple: Pantone PMS 273 C
  • Metallic Gold: Pantone 8660 C

Cincinnati Bengals

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Cincinnati Bengals
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Cincinnati Bengals
  • Orange: Pantone PMS 1655 C
  • Black (Bengals-Specific): Pantone PMS 6 C

Cleveland Browns

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Cleveland Browns
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Cleveland Browns
  • Dark Brown: Pantone 412 C
  • Orange: Pantone PMS 2028 C

Pittsburgh Steelers

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Pittsburgh Steelers
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Pittsburgh Steelers
  • Steelers Gold: Pantone PMS 1235
  • Reflex Blue: Pantone Reflex Blue C
  • Red: Pantone PMS 186
  • Silver: Pantone 429

Super Bowl 53 | Rams vs. Patriots Official Pantone Team Colors

Super Bowl 53 | Rams vs. Patriots Official Pantone Team Colors

Don’t be that one fan at your Super Bowl party with knock-off looking gear. You don’t HAVE to spend tons of money on official team gear, team decor and team accessories to look like a true fan of the New England Patriots or Los Angeles Rams. What you DO need is a guide to the official Pantone team colors of each Super Bowl 53 team.

If you’re unfamiliar with Pantone – it’s the world’s foremost authority on color, and the creator of the best color matching system available. We think Pantone is absolutely essential when it comes to color design. That extends past home design to party decor, accessories, clothing and more – which couldn’t be more applicable to Super Bowl 53 season!

Super Bowl 53 features the AFC Champion New England Patriots and the NFC Champion Los Angeles Rams. For the Patriots, it’s another shot at glory in what has become perhaps the most dominant stretch by a single NFL franchise in league history. For the Rams, it’s an unexpectedly-quick rise to prominence for a team that just changed hometowns and was perhaps expected to be a year away from greatness.

Whether you’re a fan of Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the Patriots, or Sean McVay, Jared Goff and the Rams, you need to be looking your best on Super Bowl Sunday. And that means knowing exactly what colors (based on Pantone color matching and HTML codes) represent your favorite team in Super Bowl 53.

Here are the official team colors – AND “retro” throwback colors – for the Los Angeles Rams and New England Patriots, just in time for Super Bowl 53!

Los Angeles Rams: Official 2019 Team Colors

Los Angeles Rams Official 2019 Super Bowl 53 Pantone RGB colors.
Los Angeles Rams Official 2019 Super Bowl 53 Pantone RGB colors.
  • Millennium Blue: Pantone PMS 282 C / RGB: (0,34,68)
  • New Century Gold: Pantone PMS 873 C / RGB: (134,109,75)
  • White: RGB: (255,255,255)

New England Patriots: Official 2019 Team Colors

New England Patriots Official 2019 Super Bowl 53 Pantone RGB Colors.
New England Patriots Official 2019 Super Bowl 53 Pantone RGB Colors.
  • Nautical Blue: Pantone PMS 289 C / RGB:(0,34,68)
  • Red: Pantone 186 / RGB: (200,16,46)
  • New Century Silver: Pantone PMS 8180 C / RGB:(176,183,188)

Los Angeles Rams: Official “Retro Throwback” Colors

Los Angeles Rams Official Retro Super Bowl 53 Pantone RGB colors.
Los Angeles Rams Official Retro Super Bowl 53 Pantone RGB colors.
  • Royal Blue: Pantone PMS 288 / RGB: (0,45,114)
  • Gold: Pantone PMS 116 / RGB: (0,45,114

New England Patriots: Official 1993-1999 Throwback Colors

New England Patriots Official 1993-1999 Pantone RGB Colors.
New England Patriots Official 1993-1999 Pantone RGB Colors.
  • Blue: Pantone 280 / RGB:(1,33,105)
  • Red: Pantone 186 / RGB: (200,16,46)
  • Silver: Pantone 877 / RGB: (200,16,46)

7 Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palettes to Inspire You

7 Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palettes to Inspire You

We’ve shown you the 16 shades in Pantone’s Spring 2019 Fashion Color Trend Report – now let’s start putting them to use!

Our task is slightly different from other design and style publications; we’re looking at the Spring 2019 Pantone colors in terms of home design. After all, color design isn’t limited to what you wear and the decor around you. It’s in the walls of your home, the flooring and tile, the large furniture pieces, and the largest elements in your kitchen and bath design.

If you aren’t thinking about color from the very beginning of your design concept, you should be.

VOTE ON YOUR FAVORITE PANTONE SPRING 2019 PALETTE AT THE END OF THIS ARTICLE!

In order to jump start you with some design inspiration, we’ve created seven color palettes based on the Pantone Spring 2019 color report. Some are audacious, bold and daring; others are more traditional, rooted in neutrals and earth tones. Whether once or multiple times, we’ve utilized all 16 colors in the Spring 2019 collection in these palettes.

Do you prefer a “pop” of Spring 2019 color to lead your design, like Living Coral, Mango Mojito or Princess Blue? Or will you opt for a neutral as your leading lady, like Sweet Corn or Toffee?

Enjoy these 7 color palettes from the Pantone Spring 2019 color collection – then scroll to the bottom and vote on your favorite!

7 Color Palettes Based on the Pantone Spring 2019 Color Collection

The Living Coral Palette: Warm and Rooted in Classic Colors

Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Living Coral
Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Living Coral

The Soybean Palette: An Earth-Tone Selection with a Floral Undertone

Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Soybean
Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Soybean

The Mango Mojito Palette: Spicy, Sharp and Eye-Catching

Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Mango Mojito
Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Mango Mojito

The Sweet Corn Palette: Classic Neutrals and Natural Earth Tones

Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Sweet Corn
Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Sweet Corn

The Princess Blue Palette: Audacious, Unshrinking and Crisp

Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Princess Blue
Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Princess Blue

The Sweet Lilac Palette: Calm and Inviting with a Splash of Blue

Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Sweet Lilac
Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Sweet Lilac

The Toffee Palette: Neutrals Complemented by Extroverted Reds

Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Toffee
Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette: Toffee

Vote here on your favorite Pantone Spring 2019 color palette!

Bold Optimism | The Complete Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette

Bold Optimism | The Complete Pantone Spring 2019 Color Palette

Bold Optimism: The full Pantone Spring 2019 color palette and our reactions.
Bold Optimism: The full Pantone Spring 2019 color palette and our reactions.

It feels like kismet. 

For years, we’ve been devoted followers of Pantone, the world’s foremost color matching system. Pantone’s staff diligently forecasts color trends, palettes and seasonal color projections for the design industry – from industrial design to textiles, from the runway to home design, Pantone helps guide the ship of international design from season to season.

When we first saw the Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report for Spring 2019, two things made us feel like the universe was speaking to us:

  1. It’s our favorite color palette of the last five years; and
  2. The Report was written by Laurie Pressman… who is a recent client of Peter Salerno Inc., our parent company (and the most award-winning North American kitchen and bath design firm since 2000).

We can’t stress enough – we had no idea of the connection until a recent meeting with Peter Salerno and his staff. Needless to say, we’re more compelled than ever to gush over the Pantone Spring 2019 color palette and Fashion Color Trend Report.

Led by the Pantone 2019 Color of the Year, Living Coral, this collection is all about a sunny disposition. (Living Coral itself has been described as “a big hug”.) But the optimism and inviting nature conveyed by the Pantone Spring 2019 color palette doesn’t stop at Living Coral. This season’s collection is at once a love letter to the recent past and a bright statement on the future; a melange of trends past and present that leaves us feeling very good about the 2019 year in design.

An avid Pantone follower’s first glimpse at the Spring 2019 collection brings one comment: “Wow, this is a warmer collection than typical springs!” (And we love it.) While past Spring color palettes have kept warm colors somewhat muted – focusing on pastels and blushing shades – the Pantone Spring 2019 report projects some hot, hot shades. There’s nothing shrinking about colors like Turmeric, Fiesta and Aspen Gold. Pink Peacock, in particular, is turning heads on the runway, in textiles, and in industrial design.

The nod towards 2017 Color of the Year Greenery and other earth tones is quite evident – see the green tones Pepper Stem and Terrarium Moss. Staying with the theme of earth tones, perhaps the least “eye-catching” of the collection may prove the most versatile and useful in home design in 2019. Brown Granite is a dusky, dark neutral that we instantly fell in love with, with its notes of coffee and dark-grain wood.

Joining Brown Granite in the 4-tone Spring 2019 Neutrals portion of the color palette are 2 inviting off-whites, Soybean and Sweet Corn, and a rather enticing dark blue named Eclipse.

Here’s a look at the entire Pantone Spring 2019 color collection, from the Fashion Color Trend Report by Laurie Pressman.

Pantone Fashion Color Trend Report: The Bold, Optimistic Spring 2019 Color Palette

Living Coral – Pantone 16-1546, Pantone 2019 Color of the Year

Living Coral, Pantone 16-1546, Pantone Color of the Year

Turmeric – Pantone 15-1264

Turmeric, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Pepper Stem – Pantone 17-0542

Pepper Stem, Pantone 17-0542

Princess Blue – Pantone 19-4150

Princess Blue, Pantone 19-4150

Aspen Gold – Pantone 13-0850

Aspen Gold, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Mango Mojito – Pantone 15-0960

Mango Mojito, Pantone 15-0960

Fiesta – Pantone 17-1564

Fiesta, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Sweet Lilac – Pantone 14-2808

Sweet Lilac, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Pink Peacock – Pantone 18-2045

Pink Peacock, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Jester Red – Pantone 19-1862

Jester Red, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Toffee – Pantone 18-1031

Toffee, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Brown Granite – Pantone 19-0805

Brown Granite, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Terrarium Moss – Pantone 18-0416

Terrarium Moss, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Eclipse – Pantone 19-3810

Eclipse, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Soybean – Pantone 13-0919

Soybean, Pantone 03-0919

Sweet Corn – Pantone 11-0106

Sweet Corn, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Which color(s) from the Pantone Spring 2019 Fashion Color Trend Report palette is your favorite? Which will provide the greatest impact on kitchen design, bath design and whole home design in 2019?

Sound off in the comments below; we’d love to hear from you!