Pantone predicts these various shades will set trends in 2022
The curtain may have just closed at NYFW, but the celebration of fashion in Manhattan is only just beginning in terms of interior design trends.
The global authority on color, Pantone, has responded to the S / S 22 runway colors by releasing a trends report that lists the shades we can expect to see both in our wardrobes – and in our wider interiors in the coming months.
Colors, Pantone reveals, combine “comfort and free optimism” and arouse a thirst for joyous adventures – and 2022 is shaping up to be very bright. When it comes to painted wall ideas, it’s the hues that will give you a head start on the inevitable trend.
Pantone report showcased ten important NYFW colors that are set to be big news over the coming seasons – alongside five Basic classics that with an ageless appeal. Trendy hues consist of diverse and distinct shades that come together to create a heartwarming scheme – delivering unexpected delicacies.
Notable shades include Spun sugar, a powerful pastel with organic undertones, the blushing tones of Rose Gossamer, and the regent shadow, Insinuation. Pantone also predicts a vibrant purple future through their hue, Dahlia, with a hint of danger from their fiery red, Poinciana.
According to the experts at Pantone, these trendy hues reflect the “yearning for balance” as you move through different landscapes after a hectic time. However, they also evoke “comfort, clarity and security” and satisfy the urge to surround oneself with the familiar – and newly rediscovered – joy.
Meanwhile, gray enthusiasts will be relieved to see its appeal continue into 2022, with Northern Droplet sitting among the Basic classics palette. Other key nuances include White as snow, Perfectly pale, and Basil – in a nod to green – and its ever-increasing power in the world of the interior.
“The colors of Spring / Summer 2022 bring together our competing desires of heartwarming familiarity and joyful adventure through a range of calming and timeless colors, as well as cheerful hues that celebrate the game,” adds the Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, Leatrice Eiseman.
“As we enter this new landscape where the rules of fashion no longer apply, the hues of Spring / Summer 2022 allow us to mix and match as we please, encouraging the exploration of new chromatic realities and opening up the door to a personalized style and spontaneous color declarations. ‘
Are these the colors behind our future modern interior design ideas? If it is difficult to predict the future – we know Pantone – and they come often very close.