Great Ways to Use the Pantone Colors of the Year 2016
By Aldrin Tirones & Anjel Elemos
In a bold move that aims to “challenge traditional perceptions of color association,” Pantone announced two colors of the year for the first time ever.
The colors of the year are “a symbolic color selection; a color snapshot of what we see taking place in our culture that serves as an expression of a mood and an attitude,” according to Pantone. Indeed, the choice of the warm tones of Rose Quartz and soothing coolness of Serenity have a striking sense of balance, telling of our times.
People have taken to the new colors like fish to water, but how to apply these new hues to your daily life? Here are a few ideas.
With the lines between gender-associated colors blurring further and further, the new hues are a great introduction to challenging the status quo.
Together, Rose Quartz and Serenity make things even more delectable.
Why not take your hair game up a notch? These #hairgoals are to-dye for.
Get whimsical with your color applications and add some much-needed life to your desk and home decor. These color of the year dinoplants are available at the Jurassic Pot online shop.
4. Interior Design
Just place some cotton candy in a glass and pour over with vodka or sprite! Watching how the colors blend into each other is a soothing exercise you need to try.
Carrying over the pastel craze of 2015, 2016’s colors blend right in.
How will we ever go back to a single color for the year?
What do you think about the 2016 Pantone Colors of the Year? Share your thoughts below!