Super Bowl 52 Design: New England Patriots Official Pantone Colors

Super Bowl 52 Design: New England Patriots Official Pantone Colors

In our last article, we gave you the official Pantone team colors of the Philadelphia Eagles so you can show your Philly pride heading into Super Bowl 52. So it’s only right that we do the same for the New England Patriots as well!

The New England Patriots have dominated the NFL landscape for virtually the entire 21st century, appearing in 6 Super Bowls since the 2001 NFL season. Besides their 6 Super Bowl appearances in 17 seasons (and 4 Super Bowl victories), the Patriots have also appeared in a whopping 12 AFC Championship Games since 2001 – including 7 in a row from 2011-2017.

The Eagles and Patriots played a close, memorable game in Super Bowl XXXIX, in which the Patriots prevailed 24-21. That victory propelled New England to its 3rd Super Bowl victory in 4 seasons. In all, the dominant New England Patriots have appeared in 10 Super Bowl games (as of Super Bowl 52), more than any other NFL team.

But what are the official team colors of the New England Patriots? We have the answer!

Pantone is the world’s foremost authority on colors, color matching and color design. According to the official Pantone Color Matching System, we can provide you with the precise colors utilized by the New England Patriots when it comes to – well, just about everything!

If you want to decorate or paint your room, your kid’s room, man cave, or shrine to the New England Patriots with their official Patriots team colors, then look no further.

Here are the official New England Patriots team colors, according to Pantone:

New England Patriots Official Pantone Team Color Codes

New England Patriots Blue: “Nautical Blue”

Pantone Color Code: PMS 289 C

Hex Value (for web design): #0C2340

New England Patriots Silver: “New Century Silver”

Pantone Color Code: PMS 429 C

Hex Value (for web design): #A2AAAD

New England Patriots Red: Classic Red

Pantone Color Code: PMS 186 C

Hex Value (for web design): #C8102E

New England Patriots’ Other Team Colors

White (Opaque White)

 

Super Bowl 52 Design: Philadelphia Eagles Official Pantone Colors

Super Bowl 52 Design: Philadelphia Eagles Official Pantone Colors

For the second time in 13 years, the Philadelphia Eagles have won the NFC Championship and reached the Super Bowl. On February 4, 2018, the Eagles will play in Super Bowl 52 against a familiar foe – the New England Patriots.

Super Bowl 52 official team colors Philadelphia Eagles

The Eagles and Patriots played a close, memorable game in Super Bowl XXXIX, in which the Patriots prevailed 24-21. The loss was particularly painful for Philadelphia, who dropped to 0-2 in Super Bowls and would not return to the NFL championship game… until now.

Click here for the official Pantone team colors of the New England Patriots!

Eagles fans feel like this was a charmed season, and Philly fans are known for being passionate, prideful and quick to show off their team colors.

But what are the official team colors of the Philadelphia Eagles? We have the answer!

Pantone is the world’s foremost authority on colors, color matching and color design. According to the official Pantone Color Matching System, we can provide you with the precise colors utilized by the Philadelphia Eagles when it comes to – well, just about everything!

If you want to decorate or paint your room, your kid’s room, man cave, or shrine to the Philadelphia Eagles with their official Eagles team colors, then look no further.

Here are the official Philadelphia Eagles team colors, according to Pantone:

Philadelphia Eagles Official Pantone Team Color Codes

Philadelphia Eagles Green: “Midnight Green”

Pantone Color Code: PMS 316 C

Hex Value (for web design): #004851

Philadelphia Eagles Dark Gray: “Charcoal”

Pantone Color Code: PMS 6 C

Hex Value (for web design): #54585A

Philadelphia Eagles Silver: “Metallic Silver”

Pantone Color Code: PMS 8240 C Metallic

Hex Value (for web design): #8D9093

Philadelphia Eagles’ Other Team Colors:

Black (PMS Black 6 C); White (Opaque White)

Peter Salerno Presents: Essentials for Your Super Bowl Man Cave

Five Must-Have Items for Your Ultimate Super Bowl Man Cave

Super Bowl XLVIII is right around the corner, and if you’re like us, you can’t wait to throw a big party in your custom-designed, world-class man cave.

Wait – what’s that? You don’t have the world’s best man cave? No problem. You don’t need a walk-in humidor, a hand-crafted wine cellar or custom-built leather recliners to have a great “man cave” for your Super Bowl viewing party.

What you do need are a few helpful tips from Peter Salerno, the creator of “Man Cave Classics”one of the world’s foremost interior designers and recipient of an unprecedented 23 NKBA design awards over the last decade.

With these five helpful tips, you can transform your den or media room into a man cave so amazing, your friends will drool with envy. (Then, your only problem will be getting them to leave after the game’s over!)

5 Tips to Create an Awesome Man Cave

1. Make your bar unique, eye-popping and memorable.

This tip is a Peter Salerno specialty. Don’t believe us? Take a look at this 1959 Corvette that Peter transformed into the most amazing bar in the world:

All it takes is a little creativity and a personal touch. Take something you’re passionate about and use it as the basis for your very own custom-built bar. (And if you need some assistance, Peter Salerno and his team will be glad to help you design the bar of your dreams!)

2. Make sure you have plenty of comfortable seating.

Your man cave should be a place to hang out, crash and relax. Make sure there’s plenty of space and seating for you and your buddies to lounge around without feeling cramped or uncomfortable.

You don’t have to spend a fortune on recliners and sectional sofas – just make sure that there’s at least one more seat than the amount of guests you expect (just in case someone brings a friend). Oh, and as far as your own seat? Make sure you designate a chair of your own – every master of a man cave should have his favorite place to sit!

3. Make the decor personal to you.

When you think of a prototypical man cave, a few things instantly come to mind: animal heads mounted on the wall, tacky bearskin rugs, and so on. Don’t go the conventional, “over done” route – make your man cave your very own!

A great idea is to personalize the decor in your man cave with items, art and designs that showcase who you are and what your life is all about. For example, Peter Salerno designed one of his man caves with a professional graffiti artist, who “tagged” the walls with an awesome city skyline as well as the initials and names of his family, friends and loved ones.

Tag your man cave with personalized graffiti! (Credit Peter Salerno Inc.)
Tag your man cave with personalized graffiti! (Credit Peter Salerno Inc.)

4. Offer more entertainment options than just TV.

At some point, guests to your man cave will want to do something other than sit around and watch TV. At this point, you need other forms of entertainment to keep them occupied. Peter Salerno and his team suggest a form of physical activity: pool table, air hockey, old-school pinball machine, etc.

Add another attraction to your man cave to keep guests entertained (like a pool table). (Credit Peter Rymwid, Peter Salerno Inc.)
Add another attraction to your man cave to keep guests entertained (like a pool table). (Credit Peter Rymwid, Peter Salerno Inc.)

Keeping your guests spread out around your man cave also ensures that everyone mingles, no one feels cramped, and there’s plenty of room for everyone to feel comfortable, relaxed and never bored.

5. Add the element of surprise.

What if a bookcase in your man cave hides a hidden door to your garage, a cigar room/humidor or the rest of your house? How about having your TV hidden behind a large mirror? Or perhaps you could have secret shelving units for your liquor, games, or other man cave “treasures”?

These are just a few ideas to take your man cave to the next level. The element of surprise will not only entertain your guests, but take the “Wow” factor of your man cave through the roof. Imagine giving your friends the man cave experience of their lives, and then springing one last secret on them – how great is that?

Surprise your guests - what if that tool chest became a wine fridge? (Credit Peter Salerno Inc.)
Surprise your guests – what if that tool chest became a wine fridge? (Credit Peter Salerno Inc.)

These are just a few ideas to make your Super Bowl man cave “super” indeed. If you want even more great ideas regarding custom man cave, wine cellar, cigar room or game room construction and design, then you’re definitely going to want to contact Peter Salerno and create your very own Man Cave Classic!