Pantone’s color of the year 2019 (what is that?) A perspective from Ryan Rose at Keller Williams Realty Downtown, LLC

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Pantone had its official start in the world of color in 1963 when it started the Pantone Matching System (PMS) which created an universal color language for design professionals. This universal color language has morphed to be a major influence in the design world. Have you heard of the term Millennial Pink? This shade of pink known as ‘Rose Quartz’ was selected as the color of the year in 2016. Since then you have likely seen this color show up in clothing, sheets, wall paint, jewelry, towels, phone cases and background colors on websites. Pantone has the unique ability not only to predict trending colors but also to catapult color trends. How does this affect you as a home owner? This affects you in many ways, you can have an avantage by getting a slight jump on the next color trend by painting your front door or replacing your couch pillows with the latest trending color years before the stores become saturated with that shade. The trend in 2019 in color is a shift to deeper jewel tones. 2018’s color of the year was Ultra Violet 18-3838 you will see this color showing up in more formats in 2019. 

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And Pantone did not disappoint for 2019 with another deep jewel tone Living Coral 16-1546 is a deep pink perfect for small accents throughout the home and garden.

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