We already talked about the bet of Pantone for this spring and it is a Living Coral that seems to flood everything and that, truthfully, we love it. However, the color of the year is not the only thing Pantone works on. The truth is that, although many of us do not know, Pantone creates an annual publication “Pantoneview home + interiors“That puts on the table several color palettes for interiors. This publication is, in fact, a study that includes up to 72 tonalities divided into 8 different themes, and we will use it to talk about the spring trends to decorate the home.
Today we want to talk about the palette craving colors of Pantone. A palette that is most appetizing, something that is not casual; and is that craving means something like craving, a term that tries to speak of tonalities that will awaken our senses, and not just the view.
What are craving colors?
The name of this palette could not be more descriptive. The craving colors palette is based on the senses stimulated by food. They are risky colors, we already say it from the beginning. Tonalities that not everyone would be willing to include in their home but from which you could extract a lot of inspiration.
Let’s think that the cravings transmit the sensation of longing or desire, something that this palette manages to evoke perfectly. A temptation that goes from the plate to the walls, sofa, textiles or small decorative touches.
How is the Pantone craving colors palette composed?
In these tempting colors, Pantone clearly includes red. This color appears spicy to sneak into our walls. We can not deny that it is the color of passion, but also of those foods that are more seductive and suggestive.
Reds of oriental spices are added to give a strong but elegant contrast, in addition, neither the pink nor some orange touches that could rub the coral again disappear.
The violet, which was already a very used color in previous years, enters fully into these environments such as plums or grapes. All these colors are part of the spring 2019 trends.
There are also very tasty neutral colors like butterum or cappuccino, which provide warmth and balance with others much more powerful like green, which promises to be a refreshing respite from so much powerful color.