Pantone’s Spring 2019 Warm Tones | Spice Up Your Home Design

Pantone’s Spring 2019 Warm Tones | Spice Up Your Home Design

This spring, why not dare to add a little spice to your home design?

If you’re looking for ‘permission’ to heat up your home’s color palette, look no further than Pantone, the world’s foremost authority on color intelligence. The Pantone Spring 2019 color collection is the most audacious Spring palette in years. Led by Living Coral – the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year – the warm tones in the Spring 2019 collection are approachable, festive and begging to be utilized in your designs.

Pantone Spring 2019 warm tones add spice to home design.

As convivial as the Pantone Spring 2019 palette may be, it’s not like hot pinks and oranges are simple to implement into home design – especially in the kitchen and bath. You can take that information in one of two ways – it can either be a signal to stay away, or a challenge to see what you can do! (To be clear: BOTH approaches are just fine by us. We happen to think that a cooler color from this collection may be the breakout color in 2019 kitchen design – click here to find out which one!)

It’s much simpler to lean on the neutrals, blues and greens in the Spring 2019 Pantone collection for design purposes; sometimes, the simple choice is the proper one for your home. But if you’re feeling a little spicy, there are definitely ways to incorporate some of the hotter tones of Spring 2019 into your kitchen, bath and home decor.

Here’s a look at four of our favorite warm tones from the Pantone Spring 2019 color collection, and how you can utilize them to add a ‘kick’ to your home design!

Pantone Spring 2019 Warm Tones + Home Design

1. Living Coral

Living Coral, Pantone Spring 2019 color

The Pantone 2019 Color of the Year didn’t get that honor by accident. Living Coral is far more complementary than it appears, with its upbeat vibe and natural underwater presence. Living Coral pairs beautifully with most light neutrals, a nice variety of blues, and (sparingly) with other red tones.

Living Coral (Pantone 16-1546) provides a great punch of color without overwhelming the senses. Try it on accent walls, in tile, stemware and dishware, and virtually any decor. This especially holds true if you’re looking for a fresh new splash for a beach home, condo or house in a warmer climate.

2. Aspen Gold

Aspen Gold, Pantone Spring 2019 color

A bit ‘safer’ than some of the other Pantone Spring 2019 warm tones, Aspen Gold is a warm color with a lot of versatility. An eye-catching shade of yellow, Aspen Gold blends beautifully with off-white, cream, taupe and brown neutrals – perfect for those of you looking to take advantage of trends like neutral-based kitchen designs and exposed vintage wood beams.

If you want to warm up your home design but don’t feel like taking a plunge into extremely bold territory, Aspen Gold is a smart choice.

3. Fiesta

Fiesta, Pantone Spring 2019 color

Fiesta may be too hot for some, but those with a deft color design touch can hit a home run with this punchy red. We’re not sure if you want to ‘lead’ with Fiesta, but it can make a spicy dance partner as a complementary shade in neutrally-dominated color schemes.

If your kitchen, bath or living space is too ‘flat’ (maybe you’ve gone TOO neutral with your color choices thus far?), then Fiesta can pack a massive punch in minimal doses. You don’t need to do a lot with Fiesta; apply sparingly, and let one of the hottest colors of Spring 2019 do the talking.

 

4. Mango Mojito

Mango Mojito, Pantone Spring 2019 color

If you’re looking for a tangy color to start an immediate conversation, Mango Mojito might be the one for you. You’ll want to think outside the box with this orange tone – if all you’re going to do is use Mango Mojito in throws, pillows and other predictable accessories, why bother? If you’re going to “go Mango”, you might as well go for broke!

Be imaginative, and come up with a fan way that Mango Mojito can work for you! Can you incorporate it into your bath tile, backsplash or floor tile? Is it a spicy choice for the base of your kitchen island? Perhaps you’ll give your dinner dishware a ‘southwest flair’. The possibilities – if approached intelligently – can reap a massive design reward.

We want to hear from YOU! Which warm tone from the Pantone Spring 2019 color collection is YOUR choice as a home design star? Leave a comment!

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.)

Kitchen + Bath Designs Go Green for St. Patrick’s Day 2019!

Go Green With Your Designs On St. Patrick’s Day 2019!

Any day is a good day to “green” your living space – but if you need a festive excuse, look no further than St. Patrick’s Day! The most famous of Irish holidays, St. Patrick’s Day is a wonderful time to get inspired by the green shades, tones and design elements that are trending in 2019.

We’re sure you’re expecting the usual fare in this article – shamrocks, green throw pillows and drapes, etc. Fear not – we’re bringing you something different!

What are the Pantone Spring 2019 green colors? How can you incorporate fresh greens and florals in a new and interesting way in your kitchen design? This article will help you answer those questions.

Of course, we should already be “going green” with as many design choices as possible, in an effort to reduce our carbon footprint and become more environmentally conscious. So in terms of this St. Patrick’s Day, we’re taking the idea of “going green” a bit more literally.

Green isn’t the simplest color choice to use in a kitchen or bath design in 2019. With color design trending more and more towards neutral and white tones, it’s often hard to find a place for green as more than a complementary color. But is that really a problem? Utilized properly, a complementary green tone in your design can create quite the impression.

Let’s take a look at the official Pantone green tones of Spring 2019, and a few “outside the box” design ideas to add a splash of green this spring.

The Pantone Green Colors of Spring 2019

Terrarium Moss

Deep, earthy and rich, Terrarium Moss is a steady dark green Pantone color that pairs nicely with light neutrals, earth tones and blues.

Terrarium Moss, Pantone Spring 2019 color palette

Pepper Stem

Pepper Stem is a lively, inviting Pantone green that works beautifully in designs that feature plenty of ambient light, whites and off-whites, and plant and floral elements.

Pepper Stem, Pantone 17-0542

St. Patrick’s Day 2019 “Outside the Box” Design Inspirations

1. Use deep greens to add a luxurious tone to wood-heavy designs.

Dark green decor adds a luxurious touch to rich wood features in this sitting room from Peter Salerno Inc.
Dark green decor adds a luxurious touch to rich wood features in this sitting room from Peter Salerno Inc.

2. Fresh greens, foliage and florals bring even more sunshine into a bright kitchen design.

Touches of greenery and florals freshen up an already bright kitchen.
Touches of greenery and florals freshen up an already bright kitchen.

3. In 2019, vegetables can be utilized as design elements (before ripe/ready to eat, of course!)

Use fresh vegetables as design elements in your kitchen before they're ready to eat.
Use fresh vegetables as design elements in your kitchen before they’re ready to eat.

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 | AFC South + AFC West

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

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

  • Houston Texans
  • Indianapolis Colts
  • Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Tennessee Titans
  • Denver Broncos
  • Kansas City Chiefs
  • Los Angeles Chargers
  • Oakland Raiders

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!

Our final article on official 2019 NFL team Pantone colors focuses on the AFC South and AFC West divisions. If you love blue, the AFC South is the color design division for you – each of its 4 franchises (Texans, Colts, Jaguars and Titans) uses at least one variant of blue in its official color scheme. Each of the four AFC West franchises has come to be defined by its historic colors – the dark blue and orange of Denver, Kansas City’s bright red and gold, the Chargers’ bolts of gold (and historic “throwback” powder blue), and the Raiders’ legendary silver and black.

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 blue and gray/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: AFC South

Houston Texans

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Houston Texans
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Houston Texans
  • Deep Steel Blue: Pantone PMS 5395 C
  • Battle Red: Pantone PMS 187 C

Indianapolis Colts

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Indianapolis Colts
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Indianapolis Colts
  • Speed Blue: Pantone REFLEX BLUE C
  • Gray: Pantone PMS 429 C

Jacksonville Jaguars

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Jacksonville Jaguars
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Teal: Pantone PMS 3155 C
  • Dark Gold: Pantone 126 C
  • Black: Pantone PMS 6 C

Tennessee Titans

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Tennessee Titans
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Tennessee Titans
  • Titans Navy: Pantone PMS 289 C
  • Titans Blue: Pantone PMS 279 C
  • Red: Pantone PMS 186 C

NFL Team Pantone Colors: AFC West

Denver Broncos

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Denver Broncos
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Denver Broncos
  • Broncos Orange: Pantone PMS 1655 C
  • Broncos Navy: Pantone PMS 289 C

Kansas City Chiefs

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Kansas City Chiefs
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Kansas City Chiefs
  • Red: Pantone PMS 186 C
  • Gold: Pantone PMS 1235 C

Los Angeles Chargers

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  LA Chargers
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: LA Chargers
  • Navy: Pantone PMS 289 C
  • Gold: Pantone PMS 1235 C
  • Powder Blue: Pantone PMS 285 C

Oakland Raiders

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes:  Oakland Raiders
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Oakland Raiders
  • Raiders Black: Pantone PMS BLACK
  • Raiders Silver: Pantone PMS 8180 (METALLIC)

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 | NFC East + NFC North

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

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

  • Dallas Cowboys
  • New York Giants
  • Philadelphia Eagles
  • Washington Redskins
  • Chicago Bears
  • Detroit Lions
  • Green Bay Packers
  • Minnesota Vikings

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 NFC East and NFC North divisions of the National Football League are home to some of the most storied, historic and successful franchises in NFL history. As of 2019, the NFC East is the only division in the NFL in which all 4 franchises have won a Super Bowl. In the NFC North, the history and legacy of the Bears, Packers, Vikings and Lions may be second-to-none.

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 Packers gold for Vikings gold!) 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 East

Dallas Cowboys

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Dallas Cowboys
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Dallas Cowboys
  • Royal Blue: Pantone PMS 661 C
  • Dark Blue: Pantone PMS 282 C
  • Silver-Green: PMS 8280 C Metallic

New York Giants

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: New York Giants
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: New York Giants
  • Dark Blue: Pantone 2758 C
  • Red: Pantone 187 C
  • Gray: Pantone 429 C

Philadelphia Eagles

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Philadelphia Eagles
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Philadelphia Eagles
  • Midnight Green: Pantone 316 C
  • Silver: Pantone 877
  • Charcoal: Pantone 425 C

Washington Redskins

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Washington Redskins
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Washington Redskins
  • Burgundy: Pantone 195 C
  • Gold: Pantone 1235 C

NFL Team Pantone Colors: NFC North

Chicago Bears

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Chicago Bears
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Chicago Bears
  • Dark Navy: Pantone 5395
  • Dark Orange: Pantone 1665

Detroit Lions

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Detroit Lions
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Detroit Lions
  • Honolulu Blue: Pantone PMS 7462 C
  • Silver: Pantone PMS 8180 C

Green Bay Packers

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Green Bay Packers
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Green Bay Packers
  • Dark Green: Pantone PMS 5535
  • Gold: Pantone PMS 1235

Minnesota Vikings

Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Minnesota Vikings
Official 2019 NFL Team Pantone color codes: Minnesota Vikings
  • Purple: Pantone PMS 268 C
  • Gold: Pantone PMS 123 C