There is perhaps no more important space to harness the power of good design than in that of education. When children have a positive experience of education at an early age, it inspires and stimulates them, and can ignite a passion for learning.
In the second of our new colour blog series, we take a look at green: a colour that creates powerful emotions. It’s a bold and diverse palette that offers tonal changes to reflect the seasons.
In the first of our new colour blog series, we take a look at terracotta: a colour that radiates warmth and happiness, combining the energy and stimulation
After a turbulent 2020, it seems like everyone is looking for the new year to provide stability and optimism. And this desire is certainly reflected in Pantone’s choice for its Colour of the Year 2021. This year, not only do we have one colour but two – Ultimate Gray and Illuminating!
The zesty yellows of previous seasons make way for calmer, ochre-based tones, as yellow remains a key colour for interiors in 2020 and beyond. This is a deviation away from pure yellows towards a palette of more muted shades.
We predict that our love affair with pink will continue to unfold this year, with the emergence of warm and nurturing shades of berry and rose blush.
Once a year, our design team puts our heads together to discuss colour trends. We are constantly observing endless sources of colour to inspire us for the next 12 months.
Milan Design Week is the most influential design showcase of the year – a week-long spectacle overflowing with inspiration and innovation. What’s shown in Milan inspires and evolves over the next 12 months into new products, colour direction, merchandising and styling.
After the glitter settles on another year, we step hurriedly into January hoping to leave some habits behind and embrace all things shiny and new. Right on cue, Pantone marks the start to a new year with a new Colour of the Year. In 2019, we are celebrating and surrounding ourselves with the bright and…