Pantone have added over 300 new colour trends they feel reflect present-day and forecasted trends, all covering a wide band of the colour spectrum.
The American colour specialists have announced 315 new colours that reflect the changing tastes and societal trends have been chosen and will be added to Pantone’s Fashion and Home + Interiors Colour Specifier
The new batch of colours follows Pantone’s choice of “Classic Blue” as their colour of the year for 2020. The company described the colour has having a reassuring presence capable of bringing a sense of peace and tranquillity to the human spirit.
The wide ranging colours all currently influence design today, reflecting shifting societal views, new technological innovations, and aim to help Pantone continue to impact the world’s creative colour vision.
Included in the new colour wheel is over 50 new shades of pink, more than 70 new blues and a host of others offering a nuanced take on colour.
The new colours come in a pair of ring-bound binders, all filled with removable coloured slips of paper or cotton that those working in the creative industries can use to develop tonal palettes for a range of design-focused projects.
Each of the hues inside the binders have all been grouped together to form colour families, a move the colour experts hope will make is even easier to select the perfect colour.
The launch of the new Pantone paint trends 2020 comes as the colour experts get set to create – “Pantone Connect” – a management system and colour library that can be merged with digital designs such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign to help simplify choosing the perfect colour for your home or project.
For more information on the Pantone paint trends 2020 visit Pantone online.