Pantone Color of The Year 2021 in Celebrity Homes – Pantone just released the colors of 2021: “ultimate grey” and yellow “illuminating”, and those colors are no strangers to Celebrity Homes, just remember two of the articles we’ve recently shared with you:
Published on: Dec 15, 2020
It’s all about the messaging. Get ready for a brighter future. There is general agreement on very little in this world, save, perhaps, for one thing: This year has been a mess, and the next one cannot come fast enough. Pantone new selection of two colours, whose combination “stresses how different elements come together to support each other” and expresses “strength and positivity”. PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray + PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating, two independent colours that highlight how different elements come together to support one another, best express the mood for Pantone Color of the Year 2021. Practical and rock-solid but at the same time warming and optimistic, the union of PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray + PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating is one of strength and positivity. It is a story of colour that encapsulates deeper feelings of thoughtfulness with the promise of something sunny and friendly.
Let’s Remember Pantone Color of The Year 2021 in Celebrity Homes:
Step Inside the 50,000 square feet extravagant mansion envisioned by the most well-known luxury architectural and interior designer: Ferris Rafauli.
Shea and Syd McGee, the celebrity couple behind Studio McGee, just started a brand new show on Netflix. At the show: “Dreams come true for real families looking for the perfect home tailored to their own unique style, thanks to Shea and Syd McGee of Studio McGee.” And you can see that neutral tones like grey are between Shea McGee favorites:
More Interior Design Inspirations Featuring Pantone Color of The Year 2021
So it should be a surprise to no one that the prognosticators at Pantone — those trend forecasters who scour the globe for months noting developments in clothing, cars, kitchens, coffee (the stuff that surrounds us) and translate it into a colour they claim will be the dominant shade of the coming year — have chosen, as the colour of the year for 2021 … two colors!
After Living Coral in 2019 and Classic Blue in 2020, this may not be what anyone expected (that might have been “grim black”), but it might be what everyone needs.
“No one colour could get across the meaning of the moment,” Laurie Pressman, the vice president of the Pantone Color Institute, said on a call. “We all realized we cannot do this alone. We all have a deeper understanding of how we need each other and emotional support and hope.”
This is only the second time in the 22 years that Pantone has been choosing the color of the year that two colors have been selected. The first time was in 2015 when Rose Quartz and Serenity were chosen (which is to say, pink and blue for 2016). That year, the two shades were meant to blend into each other, reflecting the recognition of gender fluidity and social progress. But this year, the two shades are meant to stand on their own, as complementary tones, supporting each other.
To the resilience of grey, Pantone adds the hope of yellow, Illuminating Yellow, Pantone 13-0647. “For most people, yellow means hope, positivity and something to look forward to” – feelings that those responsible for the institute consider being central to facing the new year. In a statement, it reads that the combination of the two tones “is a history of colour that contains deep feelings of thought and the promise of something sunny and friendly”.
“Over the years, Pantone has done a lot of studies on how people react to colour”, contextualizes Laurie Pressman, revealing that “there is a universal reaction to both Ultimate Gray and Illuminating Yellow”. It is as if one saw “the light at the end of the tunnel”, concludes the official.
Furniture and Lighting in Pantone Colors 2021: ultimate grey and yellow illuminating
BOCA DO LOBO
Versailles Armchair was inspired by the creativity and rich decoration of the Versailles Palace. Boca do Lobo opens the way to freedom and the need for bringing extravagant creations to life.
EROSION CITRINE STOOL
BOCA DO LOBO
Erosionis a small stool with a large presence that can be placed at any part of your home. This sculptural piece is handcrafted from resin and fibres with a high gloss lacquer finish. Further customization can be implemented as we offer you the opportunity to choose the colour you want for Erosion.
XISTO GEOMETRIC RUG
Xisto geometric rug with a bold graphic design and a creation without limits, we have developed a very coherent collection where we can show through noble materials, graphics and patterns different and unusual. A 100% handmade product that transforms the comfort and beauty of any project.
Diana pendant lamp is an industrial-inspired design that embodies all the simplicity and sophistication of the mid-century modern age. It is handmade in brass and aluminium. The body, built out of brass has a standard black nickel plated finish, while the shade features a standard matte red lacquer on the outside.
The Valencia Rug, by Rug’Society, draws its inspiration on a summer trip to Valencia, a Spanish city where the heat is dominant and the colours very vibrant, a city so strong and colourful could only be portrayed in neutral tones, where warm yellow invades. The neutral but warm colours transport us to an unparalleled comfort by the different textures in this carpet.
FANTASY AIR BOOKCASE
Fantasy Air Bookcase is a kids’ bookcase inspired by the Disney movie “Up” and it is the perfect storage item for dreamy bedroom decoration. With a creative and playful design, the Fantasy Air Bookcase is inspired by vintage travel suitcases to reinforce the connection between children and exploring. The decorative suitcases are piled up to provide extra storage. Built-in wood, lacquered in glossy white, with details in synthetic leather and gold plated finishes.
The ethnicities of the mesmerizing Malay Archipelago inspired the creation of Malay Armchair, a twist on mid-century modern furniture. This tufted upholstered chair with aged brass legs has a mystical soul that will fulfil your living room set with energy from Nature.
Inspired by the work of designer Jonathan Adler, in his projects with solid colours and different patterns, luxurious, ethnic and vibrant spaces. Jonathan Adler is a decorator of many styles, yet the look and feel that he brings to interiors can be boiled down to two words: happy and chic.
IBIS TWO SEAT SOFA
Ibis are beautiful birds known for their long slim legs. Just like IBIS Sofa, an elegant seating solution. Upholstered in cotton velvet, this small sofa with an aged brass nail heads trim will be the focal point of any living room set.
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