Like every year, Pantone reveals the colour that will run through the 2018 in garments, shop windows, decoration and art. The Ultra Violet colour, defined in Pantone as “inventive and creative” will light up the path of what is about to come.
PANTONE 18-3838 Ultra Violet colour evokes the mysteries of the cosmos, the intrigue of what the future holds and the discoveries that will be coming up, according to Pantone website. This colour follows the mainstream of “mystical consumption” loaded with balance, inner peace and personal well-being (very close to what we already mentioned on the RAW trend in previous posts). Mysticism has already made its mark in the fashion and art sector, where the Ultra Violet colour is the main character.
Is the interior design sector ready to integrate this colour in their projects?
Different interior design professionals, as available on the Houzz website, are discussing the difficulty of implementing this tonality, since the Ultra Violet stands out for its depth, beauty and personality.
CEO of the Pantone Color Institute Leatrice Eiseman, claims: “We are living a time requiring inventiveness and imagination”. Through the Ultra Violet colour we pursue the opening to creativity and not to get settled, transcending our own creative limits.
From TINO we wanted to anticipate ourselves, proposing some of our materials to combine with the Ultra Violet colour and the mystical trend.
Iceberg White. The purity of this material, combined with wooden parts for flooring or furniture will give prominence to the complements of Ultra Violet colour.
Grey Navy. The grey tonality of our natural stone, together with a golden metal decoration, will create warm spaces, with that mystical touch.
Green Onyx. For bold projects daring combinations.
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