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Colour of the Year 2019- Living Coral

We are almost ready to bid adieu to 2018. And this is an ideal time to know what colours will play an important role in the upcoming home decor trends as the homeowners always seek changes that will positively impact their lives and decision.

We're almost ready to bid adieu to 2018. And this is an ideal time to know what colours will play an important role in the upcoming home decor trends as the homeowners always seek changes that will positively impact their lives and decision.  It has been seen that from the last 20 years, Pantone’s Colour of the Year has influenced purchasing decisions in several industries. And recently the company has announced Living Coral is the hue that will be everywhere next year.

According to them, living coral is an animated, a provocative and life-affirming shade of orange, with golden undertones. PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral is a nurturing colour that embraces us with the warmth and nourishment of the surrounding.

PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral

As the digital technologies and social media are bombarding into our daily life, we are looking for genuine experiences that allow association and closeness. PANTONE Living Coral encourages a lively presence within the social circle and how to stay comfortable, sociable and high-spirited in a shifting environment. It also symbolizes optimism, comfort and joyful pursuits.

Living Coral represents the blend of modern life and emits familiar and desired aspects of colour present in our surroundings. The selection process of what will the colour of the year requires thoughtful analysis of colour trends.

Ultra Violet was the colour chosen for 2018, whereas the Greenery was a year before. Only 2016 was the first time when Pantone picked a duo: Rose Quartz (a light pink) and Serenity (a baby blue).

Pantone colour Institute has a plethora of colour experts who travel the world to know the new colour influences and provide the one that is trending in all industries from the travelling art collections and entertainment industry to fashion and beauty trends.

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