The PANTONE color library grew with the introduction of 315 new colors that will be part of the Fashion, Home and Interior palette, with nearly 70 blue tones, 50 pink tones, among others, for a total of 2,625 colors in Pantone .
The new colors reflect future and current trends in the creative industry, so it was essential that the new 315 colors be relevant in fashion and markets related to home furnishings, interior design, and industrial.
PANTONE’s new colors include neutrals, midtones, subtle variations, and even ‘smoky’ of its most popular colors. Many mineral shades and nature-influenced shades that could be called organic, earthy, or burnt have been added and the range of neutrals such as gray, beige, khaki, and taupe has been dramatically increased.
In addition, PANTONE rearranged its colors into 12 families for design professionals to find and choose the right shades quickly and efficiently. The color families are: Reds, pinks, purples, orange, yellows, browns, neutrals and taupes, greens, blues, whites, blacks and grays.
Among its new developments, PANTONE offers new digital solutions for the selection of its color guides and a new organization system to “streamline the workflow in digital and real design processes”. This in order that designers can search and choose colors accurately.
PANTONE Connect enables seamless integration of all Pantone colors, including Pantone Way, Principal + Interiors colors, into Adobe Creative Cloud applications, as well as color conversion features and color palettes for greater time savings.
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