kb-network    News 08 Dec 2016

Spring 2017 Trends: Pantone names the bright shade ‘Greenery’ as its Spring 2017 colour

Pantone names Greenery as its Spring 2017 colour

The Pantone colour of Spring 2017 has been announced, and it’s a bright shade called Greenery, so stand by for an avalanche of kitchen accessories and ‘focus’ colour features from kitchen and bathroom suppliers.

One of the first to tip green as an up-and-coming trend for 2017 was Kieran McCracken, director of specialist kitchen frontals supplier BA Components. In a profile piece for kb-network published on 7 December 2016 he said: “In terms of colours for 2017, be prepared for the biggest trend of the year; denim blue alongside the Fjord colour which is a perfect shade of green.” (See http://www.kb-network.co.uk/profiles?view=entry&id=1987)

The global colour authority describes this gorgeous shade as “a tangy yellow-green that speaks to our need to explore experiment and reinvent. Illustrative of flourishing foliage, the fertile attributes of Greenery signals one to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate”.

Pantone LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of X-Rite, Incorporated, is the world-renowned authority on colour. For over 50 years, Pantone has been inspiring design professionals with products, services and leading technology for the colourful exploration and expression of creativity.

In 1963, Lawrence Herbert, Pantone’s founder, created an innovative system for identifying, matching and communicating colours to solve the problems associated with producing accurate colour matches in the graphic arts community.

His insight that the spectrum is seen and interpreted differently by each individual led to the innovation of the PANTONE MATCHING SYSTEM, a book of standardised colour in a fan format.

Pantone has since expanded its colour matching system concept to other colour-critical industries, including digital technology, fashion, home, plastics, architecture and contract interiors, and paint. Today, the PANTONE name is known worldwide as the standard language for accurate colour communication, from designer to manufacturer to retailer to customer, across a variety of industries.

Product images used in this feature are from: www.zero2one.com

Further information:

Pantone: www.pantone.com
BA Components: www.byba.co.uk