So what’s all the fuss about Pantone Color of the Year 2016? To start with, for the first time ever it isn’t one color, but two colors of the year, Rose Quartz and Serenity. They are also two hues that seem close cousins to baby pink and baby blue, both traditional, gender defining colors. You might think as a designer of baby nurseries and kids bedrooms that I would find this thrilling and all the upcoming decor prospects that will be flooding the market would have me giddy with excitement. Ironically, I am not.
As a rule YouthfulNest tends to use less of the classic pink for girls or blue for boys as inspirational colors. Our design efforts for nurseries look to incorporate a-typically colors for youth spaces such as black, citron, grey and mint green. Which means ever since I learned of these two major players that would largely impact my world I have been biting my thumbs, nervously trying to visualizing how they would inspire an entire room.
Let me take a step back and share with you some history and significance to the Pantone Color...that is, Colors of the Year.
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