Color of the Year 2013
Pantone Reveals Color of the Year for 2013: PANTONE 17-5641 Emerald
Pantone LLC, an X-Rite company and the global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, today announced PANTONE® 17-5641 Emerald, a lively, radiant, lush green, as the Color of the Year for 2013.
Emerald for Interiors
Enhance your sense of well-being at home by rejuvenating the interior with Emerald paint, accents and accessories. This jewel-like hue will create a luxurious feel in an entryway, powder room, dining room or study, and bring life to a living room as an accent wall. Add a splash of color to the kitchen and dining room areas with Emerald dinnerware, stemware and appliances.
Enliven your home with Pantone bedding, pillows, bath towels and accessories in Emerald available exclusively at jcpenney stores and on jcp.com beginning Feb. 1, 2013.
“As we re-energize our home department next spring, we are excited to partner with the leading authority on color to introduce the first-ever line of Pantone bedding and bath products,” said Paul Rutenis, jcpenney general merchandise manager for home. “The cheerful array of on-trend pieces will make it easy for customers to infuse the perfect color into any home décor.”[source: Pantone.com]
Sherwin Williams’s states “Today’s dynamic palettes reflect our diverse mindsets, lifestyles and design philosophies.”
Opposites attract us like never before, exerting a magnetic pull on the spectrum. Sherwin-Williams Colormix™ 2013 puts today’s color mood under the microscope to reveal its dueling influences.
The colors are moody, the vibe is masculine and the aesthetic is both Victorian and futuristic.
The colors are chalky and earthy, the materials raw and organic, the finishes matte.
The pastels are a bit bolder, including semi-precious gem tones like citrine, peridot and amethyst, set off by crisp neutrals.
Electronics, alternative rock and digital technology — plug those influences into one socket and you get a blast of high-voltage look-at-me colors.
Eye 4 Design specializes in real estate staging, interior redesign, and color. Color consultations are included with any real estate staging or interior redesign assignment.
Lemon Sorbet is Benjamin Moore’s Color of the Year for 2013.
Luscious lemon sorbet (2019-60) is the perfect transitional color between the mid-tones and saturated colors seen in today’s home furnishings and the softer, lighter pastels which are emerging for 2013.
This beautiful pastel yellow pairs well with other trending pastels of mint, coral, pink, blue, and vanilla.
source: Benjamin Moore