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Here Is Pantone’s Color Trend Predictions for 2018: ‘Greenery’ Is Soon To Be Out!

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    Articles Articles Mar 28, 2017 12:51 PM EDT

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    Pantone's color of the year predictions is finally here! Now, 'Greenery' will soon be replaced with metallic, iridescent and vivid colors. Find out here why these amazing shades will be the 2018's next hype.

    According to Vogue Australia, Pantone Color Institute Executive Director Leatrice Eiseman let out the teaser of the upcoming 2018 color trend at the International Home and Housewares Show in Chicago. She spoke about top shades that they are currently working on to be the official next year's trend.

    Vegetal shades such as foliage, Celery, and Berry-purple are some of the top Pantone color trend predictions. It symbolizes the importance of once health more than the physical being. Additionally, Blue is also another choice for the color and design authorities.

    The "Playful Palette" might also be the next Pantone color trend. Lime Popsicle, Green Flash, and Skydivers are front runners for the "quirky, bright and unorthodox" shades. In contrast to these, cultural mixes such as earthy and deep tones are also sighted as the possible color of the year.

    Moreover, Home Accents Today also shared some of the other potential Pantone color trend choices. These are the likewise part of Eiseman's speech in her last event.

    "Intricacy" is the grouping that includes metallic as part of Pantone's color trend choice for 2018. The executive director noted that she sees it as a classic shade. To take, it will have better twists today like with Holly Berry Red and Yellow Sulfur.

    Eiseman also said that iridescent is also on the move now for Pantone's 2018 color trend. Its pearlized and translucent qualities make it actually top shades. On the other hand, subtle colors like pink are most likely to be a hype next year too.

    To finalized everything, "Tech-nique" and "Intensity" grouping will also be included with Pantone and other color authorities options. These are the vibrant blue, green, purple, turquoise, black, gold, brilliant white and frosted almond.

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