We asked 10 creatives from around the world to tell us what PANTONE color they’d like to see chosen as the Color of the Year for 2014.
The choices of Color Experts for 2014 show a preference for distinct shades of blue, and some of them show an amazing similarity to some of CMG predictions for their World Palete 2015.
1. Dry Pigment Lapis Lazuli was found richly inlaid in the sarcophagus of King Tut.
A very interesting article on this beautiful blue, Lapislázuli!
This is the first post of a series “Style, Substance and Color: Major Trends and Directions for 2014” inspired by PANTONE home + interiors 2014 In this complex and information-laden world, there is…
Intimacy, 1rst. Color Trend of Pantone’s for Interior Design 2014: tints and tones marrying adaptable warm, cool and neutral tones, with suggestive names as Gardenia White, Lotus Blossom Pink, Rose Cloud, Fawn, Café Crème, Lavenders and Opal Gray.
And #AkzoNobel’s #ColoroftheYear2014 is… #TEAL! It makes a lot of sense as a progression from 2013’s Emerald and Greens.
El VERDEAZUL, Color del año 2014 en AkzoNobel - El BLAUVERD, Color de l’any 2014 a AkzoNobel!
So another from the BLUE Family, after Benjamin Moore’s Breath of Fresh Air 806. Not surprised that blues are on the go - Otro Color del Año de la familia del AZUL - Un altre Color de l’Any de la família dels BLAUS.
This year’s edition of the annual mega-fair found designers using an unexpectedly playful color palette that included a smorgasbord of neons and pastels.
In London Design Week, the’ve seen bright, cheerful colours that go from feminine pastels and candy-colored hues to what they call accessible neons. Similar colours have been seen in Spring/Summer presentations in New York and London. So it seems we will meet them in the market 2014.