Pantone’s Spring 2015 colour palette – what’s the verdict?



Anyone who has a passing fascination in the trend or interiors worlds will be familiar with Pantone, the international authority on color. Pantone’s swatch playing cards are used worldwide as the level of reference for designers in all industries, so when Pantone announces its color palette for Spring 2015, the innovative worlds acquire notice!

This time, Pantone has taken an exciting switch in direction of colours that are significantly extra muted and quiet. Many of the colours are even now quite robust, but in a subtler way than we have noticed in Pantone’s former colours of the year (Radiant Orchid – the shade of 2014 – springs to mind).

Pantone claims that this palette displays ‘a transfer towards the cooler and softer side of the color spectrum’ which, we have to say, is pretty welcome! We reviewed just final 7 days how green is still a common craze, not the very least due to its connection with the organic entire world which is pretty in tune with Pantone’s palette which will take ‘a cue from nature’. Just a couple weeks ahead of that we explored how blue has develop into just one of the major traits of the season (notably darker shades similar to Pantone’s Classic Blue). This looks set to carry on very well into 2015, with a variety of blue hues featuring seriously in Pantone’s Spring palette.

There is certainly no arguing with the inclusions of Glacier Gray and Titanium in this listing, as grey has grow to be unwaveringly well known all around the planet. Standard audience of this website will know that we like gray!

So what do you feel? Are there any colors that you like or hate? Do you imagine Pantone’s color of 2015 could be nestled someplace in this palette? Allow us know via Twitter or get some inspiration on employing these colours in your household.