A great idea if you’re opting for a hand-painted, handmade kitchen, the latest trend for paint companies to release colours of the year provides lots of inspiration for which shades are likely to be interiors favourites.
This yearly tradition to help us decide which shade will feature in fashion and home furnishings over the next 12 months or so is a great idea but with many companies now getting in on the act, which colours are likely to make it big in 2020 and which are a shade too brave for most of us..? Yes, Pantone we’re thinking of the rather too fresh Greenery in 2017.
Pantone is an American colour company best known for its colour matching system that is used in many industries including graphic, fashion and product design, printing and manufacturing. Eagerly awaited, Pantone’s Colour of the Year 2020 is Classic Blue, an interesting and some might feel safe choice, particularly as it’s fairly similar to Dulux’s Denim Drift, way back in 2017. That said, blue, particularly shades similar to this timeless and enduring one are already popular right now, featuring on many modern cabinetry designs and are a favourite among interior designers. It’s a strong shade though, so does take a little courage, particularly if you’re using it to paint a whole kitchen.
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