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Pantone unveils two colors of the year for 2016

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«In a fairly rad­ic­al break with tra­di­tion, Pantone has revealed that the ‘Col­or of the Year’ for 2016 will in fact be two col­ors blen­ded togeth­er. Or, in oth­er words, a gradi­ent. The col­ors selec­ted, based on trend ana­lys­is, emer­ging tech­niques and mater­i­als, guess­work, and mar­ket­ing, are 15–3919 Serenity and 13–1520 Rose Quartz.»

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Exterior Color of the Week: Bewitching Black

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«Like a cer­tain sub­set of teens who came of age dur­ing the 1980s, I had a brief flir­ta­tion with the goth look, sport­ing black from head to toe, com­plete with dyed black hair, dark makeup and nail pol­ish, and, of course, all-black clothes and shoes.»

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Color of the Week: 10 Tangy Ways with Citrus Green

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«Ever notice that cer­tain col­ors evoke a happy time, place or feel­ing for you? To me, sum­mery hues such as sunny yel­lows, watery blues and cit­rus greens bring out a joy­ful and light­hearted vibe. The lat­ter con­jure up trop­ic­al loc­ales, exot­ic flora and fauna, and, my favor­ite, ice-cold cit­rus-infused cock­tails (hello, mar­gar­ita!).»

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Pastel Colors in Stationery Designs Look Fantastic

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«Pas­tels were big in the late 80′s and early 90′s. Even Don John­son on Miami Vice wore pas­tel colored suits and shirts. Today, it seems that pas­tel col­or palettes are mak­ing some­what of a comeback and it’s excit­ing to see how design­ers are imple­ment­ing pas­tels in their work.»

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Website Blues: 15 Stunning Blue Websites Designs

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«Have you ever heard of the web­site blues? These sites sure have, how­ever if you are look­ing for a col­lec­tion of depress­ing web­sites, then you have come to the wrong place.»

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Say Hello to Minion Yellow, Pantone’s Newest (and Happiest) Color

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«What do sing­er Phar­rell Wil­li­ams, the movie fran­chise Despic­able Me and glob­al col­or author­ity Pantone have in com­mon? Well, if you’ve seen the first two films in the series, then you prob­ably know that Wil­li­ams wrote and sang sev­er­al tracks for the pop­u­lar anim­ated flicks (includ­ing the toe-tap­ping, Grammy Award–winning song “Happy” from Despic­able Me 2). But how does Pantone fit into the pic­ture, you ask?»

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Color of the Week: Kelly GreenColor of the Week: Kelly Green

Color of the Week: Kelly Green

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«With spring slowly mov­ing in (pain­fully slowly for many of you) and Saint Patrick’s Day here, I thought I’d push us all to con­sider a hue that isn’t often used in homes. Kelly green is an intense pure green col­or that pur­portedly got its name from the com­mon fam­ily name in Ire­land, inspired by the lush green land­scapes there. »

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How to Create a Sensational Dining Room with Red PanacheHow to Create a Sensational Dining Room with Red Panache

How to Create a Sensational Dining Room with Red Panache

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«Red is not always the first col­or we turn to in the liv­ing room or the bed­room, as many of us per­ceive it to be a touch too over­whelm­ing. Dec­or­at­ing with red in an eleg­ant, bal­anced fash­ion takes both skill and restraint. »

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How to Fashion a Sumptuous Dining Room Using Majestic PurpleHow to Fashion a Sumptuous Dining Room Using Majestic Purple

How to Fashion a Sumptuous Dining Room Using Majestic Purple

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«Exot­ic, inspir­ing and regal, purple has been shade asso­ci­ated with roy­alty from ancient Rome to mod­ern times. Its many shades evoke a sense of opu­lence and visu­al rich­ness that is prob­ably only matched by gold. »

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Interior design: Color Guide: How to Work With ChartreuseInterior design: Color Guide: How to Work With Chartreuse

Interior design: Color Guide: How to Work With Chartreuse

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«As earthy or elec­tric as you please, this yel­low-green hue brings the zing or just fresh­ness to homes from tra­di­tion­al to mod­ern. It’s a vivid, elec­tric col­or. Happy, even. It’s the inside of a per­fect avo­cado, a bed of Scotch moss or the belly of a love­bird. Chartreus is halfway between green and yel­low… »

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