Tuesday 19 November 2013


We are terribly late for publishing Color Home interior design trends 2014, but our blog is born today, and for future references trend you need to start with the publication of the color palette 
PANTONE ® VIEW home + interiors 2014

But what does "trend"? Trends as what is in vogue, the general direction in which something is developing and changing and to be currently popular. Much like Fashion, Interior Design has ever-changing trend forecasts and things come in and others go out. Such trends are there to predominantly keep “us” Interior.

But remeber Trends come and go but style is forever! Therefore You don’t need to strictly adhere to trends, It is important create your own personal style, for turn a house into a "unique piece" that brings your signature combining design with functionality and the elegance that will make you a very popular interior design

The nine themes that Pantone have created for the 2014 forecast are as follows and I have interpreted these into interior schemes to give you a better understanding and the images that follow make it very well the concept Remember these trends are guides only, so colours may vary and include tints and variations of shades.

Innovative Techno Color acknowledges the advancement of technology and how it is impacting the world of design and expanding the color universe through a melding of both vibrant and deep hues frequently executed in reflective surfaces. Shades like faceted Emerald and a turquoise-like blue, an exuberant orange and strong, vital purple plus a true blue, Jet Black and Dark Citron are intertwined in
intriguingly inventive color combinations.

Creative Design Of Mah Jong Modular Sofa

Creative Design Of Mah Jong Modular Sofa
Dream Couch Missoni Bohemian Sofa
As the name implies, Physicality speaks to the colors of power and energy counter-balanced by the presence of the hues that express the necessity for introspection and calm. The stamina of Forged Iron, a Satellite gray, Antique Moss and Gothic Olive are interplayed against the healing shades of an herbal lavender, a grayed grape, a rosy brown and a quieting, ephemeral foggy gray, all presenting a challenging, yet invigorating, game change

courtesy by Laura Ashley
courtesy by Laura Ashley

recognizes shape, form and structure and how important they are to the end product and/or environment. Colors are unassuming and do not take center stage – they are sophisticated tones with distinctively nuanced undertones that are elegantly harmonized including Travertine, Anthracite, Blanc de Blanc and Twilight Mauve, supported by an anodized brown, ethereal gray and a suggestion of silver.

courtesy by Creo Casa joinery in Milano Italy

Tribeca Loft  courtesy by Bertrand Benoit

courtesy by Bauwerk Parquet

courtesy by Birex bathroom furniture Italy

Gliding gracefully through watery channels, Fluidity is the palette that understands the inevitable human need for life-sustaining cool water tones rendered largely in dazzling blues and blue-greens. These cooling hues are underscored by shimmering seagrass shades and undersea-creature colors such as Absinthe Green, Violet Tulle, a blazing Samoan Sun, a Dewberry purple and two tones of eye-arresting orange-corals

Collage is a gathering place for found objects that are well worn and somewhat nostalgic – a charming mélange of artfully constructed designs that demonstrate ingenuity and resourcefulness. There is poignancy in this palette with color and design sounding a familiar chord. Tea Rose and deep reddish Rhubarb, warm Pumpkin Spice and cozy Sheepskin are refreshed with Margarita green, Provincial Blue, plus cascading tones of aqua and teal.

courtey by Sweet Memories
courtey by Sweet Memories
courtey by Sweet Memories

Intimacy implies a certain affinity and relationship that are expressed in tints and tones that are inviting in nature and softly tactile, closely connected, yet subtly different; a happy marriage of adaptable warm, cool and neutral tones. Combinations co-join effortlessly in offering an understated color collection. Gardenia white defines a lotus blossom pink; Rose Cloud, Fawn and Café Crème are delicious together, while pale Lavenders and Opal Gray are effectively approachable.

Both svelte and voluptuous, Moda speaks of attention to detail and the drama of high fashion when translated into interiors. Combinations can be theatrical in nature, displaying fashionable or whimsical flourishes, but always done with tasteful finesse. Red Dahlia interacts with Blackberry Cordial and Wood Violet all accented by a yellowed Amber Green. Corsican Blue meets with Magenta Haze and an expressive Linden Green, while Rich Gold waits in the wings for the appropriate moment to add a glimmering finale to any of the combinations.

We are all members of tribes whether through cultural background, religion, political affiliation or community. The colors in this palette are as varied as the tribal diversity they represent, yet they construct a universal linkage of artistic appreciation rooted in personal expression. Color combinations may be disarmingly simple or as complex as inter-woven threads. Neutrals such as Bleached Sand and Kangaroo brown highlight an exotic Arabesque burnt orange, while Goblin Blue is flavored by Curry and Peppercorn. A rose-dusted  cedar shade is set off by taupe-toned Incense.

There is always room for an eccentric palette with a personality that defies the established “rule book” of design and color, bringing with it a sense of adventure, wit, experimentation and discovery. It’s “tongue in cheek” in attitude and highly original in color juxtapositioning and cleverly conceived in evocative combinations – a flash of neon green radiates off of zesty lemon or nectarine combines with a daredevil Skydiver blue. Fudgesickle brown is rendered sweeter with Strawberry Ice. A warm red coexists with its cooler counterpart, while black and/or white can be drawn into any combination.

Jelli sofa courtesy by Adrenalina Italy

Simbol armchair courtesy by Adreanlina Italy

1 comment:

  1. Hi and good luck for your new blog.
    Adebeo share with you a full RAL and PANTOME sketchup texture on is blog (in french)