To celebrate Fashion Week from afar, we went to a matinee of the documentary about Vogue yesterday. As we watched The September Issue (loved it, especially the scenes featuring the work of Vogue Creative Director Grace Coddington) we reflected on the tight link between the worlds of fashion and interiors...
...invariably, as styles and trends move to the forefront in one of the two areas, it influences the other, creating a bit of symmetry between how we dress ourselves and how we dress our homes. One of the areas where inspiration seems to travel the quickest is color, so with this in mind, we found the Pantone Color Report for Spring 2010 of interest.
Can you imagine any of these "fashion forward" colors making the transition to interiors at your home? Any favorites?
Click above for large swatches, left to right:
1. Background color is Pantone "Violet"
2. Pantone "Turquoise"
3. Background color is Pantone "Tuscany"
4. Pantone "Tomato Puree"
5. Pantone "Fusion Coral"
6. Pantone "Aurora"
7. Pantone "Eucalyptus"
8. Background color is Pantone "Amparo Blue"
9. Pantone "Pink Champagne"
10. Pantone "Dried Herb"
Check out the full report PDF right here at Pantone.