For the first time, there are two colors that are selected as the Pantone Color of the Year for 2016. These colors, Rose Quartz and Serenity, when blended, demonstrate the balance between a warmer and cooler tone – exuding a peaceful vibrancy.
While some may be wary of a pink color scheme, rest assured – there are ways to incorporate the 2016 colors of the year into a tile project that will aesthetically wow even the brashest color critic. There are some fantastic examples we will feature in this post that may change a skeptic’s mind.
A Pantone Bathroom
A bathroom is a place of calm, a place where many people want to make their personal oasis. This is the perfect opportunity to feature these airy colors. On one hand, you have the Serenity blue, which will add a cooling, calming effect to a room. For those looking to brighten up a bathroom space – Rose Quartz will add subtle warmth without too much of a bold statement.
A Pantone Kitchen
This is where the family gathers. Where laughter and the affection of food are shared with loved ones and friends. Therefore, adding warmth to this area doesn’t seem so far-fetched.
Incorporating tile into a Pantone-inspired kitchen or dining area doesn’t mean pink or blue tile. If you want to incorporate other aspects of the color into your project, finding a tile that accompanies the color selection well is also an option. If you’re not afraid of bold and bright – then the sky is the limit for these colors.
A Pantone Bedroom
Where you lay your head at night is important – it is where you rest yourself to tackle the next day. Whether your job is Super Mom or you’re the Man of the House providing for your family – your rest is crucial to your ability to do your job best. Therefore, the bedroom needs to be somewhere you find relaxation and escape. Good thing these Pantone colors allow you to do just that.
The rustic barn wood floor look can be achieved with tile – which accompanies a color-coordinated area rug – and adds a touch of comfy texture to the room of snooze.
Are you decorating with a Pantone palette? Let us know!