Each year the Pantone Colour Institue chooses one colour from their repertoire of 5,000 different shades that they feel represents the current mood. Pantone takes into account current affairs, politics, trends in culture and the arts combined with colour psychology an history, before making their forecasting decision.
"Ultra Violet" follows after 2017's "Greenery", a year when plants were everywhere to be seen in home interiors. So what can we expect instead to see blue-toned purples creeping into interior accessory ranges and right across the spectrum of design; from fashion, products, and technologies to branding and corporate identities.
Purple or ultraviolet has long been associated with counterculture, non-conformity and creative genius, besides the mystical and spiritual.
So will you be adding a bit of ultra violet into your home this year?
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