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Pantone Names Spring Colors for 2011

I’m a total sucker for colors, especially wonderful names like Regatta and Blue Curacao, Honeysuckle and Peapod. 🙂

It may only be early winter, but it’s never too soon to start thinking about spring. If you’re among the trendsetters who like to keep things “au courant” in your interior, take a look at the spring fashion color report, courtesy of the expert forecasters at Pantone.

Each season, Pantone surveys the designers of New York Fashion Week to identify the most directional colors to guide the season. Take a look at these hue choices — and what inspired them — then pick a hue or two and start thinking of ways that you, too, can get inspired and revamp your style for the coming seasons.

You can read the entire post at AOL News Shelterpop

December 3, 2010 - Posted by | Arts & Handicrafts, Beauty, color, Marketing


  1. Woah I love those colours!
    They’re so sweet! ❤

    Comment by multicolorlips | December 6, 2010 | Reply

  2. I can’t help it; I love colors, too. 🙂

    Comment by intlxpatr | December 6, 2010 | Reply

  3. […] Pantone suggests, will be the company’s own 18-4039, otherwise known as Blue Curacao. (via Intlxpatr) According to Pantone’s press release, the color “pays homage to the 2010 Color of the […]

    Pingback by curaçao « One Peppercorn | December 7, 2010 | Reply

  4. […] I don’t know why, I think of honeysuckle as a kind of yellowish white, so when Pantone announced the colors for 2011 and Honeysuckle turned out to be a very coral-colored pink, I was kind of […]

    Pingback by Color of the Year: Honeysuckle « Here There and Everywhere | January 22, 2011 | Reply

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