Hello Pantone colors, we’ve been waiting for you! I’d heard a rumor it was going to be another blue, but we have sun and it’s pretty complimentary color, grey. And then I noticed just how many art offerings there are that combine these beautiful colors.
Yellow and grey- such a classic and sunny combo. What to do with the Best Friends Forever of color? An easy way to incorporate this beautiful, soft-but-punchy yellow into your home (or any indoor environment) is with a neutral wall. Already painted half your house a light gray during quarantine? Perfect! Bring energy and life to your wall with any of the sunflower photos, or a carousel horse. Bring in a mustard lampshade or pillows to pull it all together.
Not ready to go so boldly? Small pops of illumination can be found in tiny sunflowers on wooden coasters, or our spiral bound notebook featuring “Storybook” hot air balloon on the cover. I love it’s golden hot air balloon!
If you’d rather take the soft grey tones route, try these wall art color combos. I love that both of the Pantone colors are simply found in nature, and effortlessly compliment each other. Soft, pale greens, rust reds, sky blues, straw yellow, tan, and deep browns are easily added to the mix.
Use the Pantone Ultimate Grey as a darker accent piece, like the chevron pillows. Most greys will blend seamlessly together if they have the same undertone. The overall grey undertone in the beach scene below is neutral, with a slight warmth.
Need more inspiration? Check out Pantone’s colors from the past years.
What will you do with this year’s inspiration? How will you decorate your home? It’s the perfect time for a refresh. Bring light and life your world with our wall art! Whatever you do, be content and make your surroundings your haven. You are worth it, and you deserve it.