Pantone Released Its Color Trend Report For Spring/Summer 2023

published Sep 18, 2022
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Honey shaded coral, crisp, brilliant blue, and fruity, tropical orange: Pantone’s color trend report for Spring/Summer 2023 is here, and it’s bold. The experts from the Pantone Color Institute introduced 10 shades that “integrate tradition and innovation, marrying our need for brightness and vibrant positivity with quieting tinted tones.”

Although they were chosen to reflect fashion design trends during London Fashion Week, Pantone’s offerings can easily be incorporated into your latest home design plans.

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The colors and their vibrant descriptors are as follows:

  • PANTONE 17-1563 Cherry Tomato: a tempting red that calls out for attention
  • PANTONE 16-1544 Persimmon: A silky honey shaded coral
  • PANTONE 14-1140 Iced Mango: a fruity orange with a tropical touch
  • PANTONE 12-0643 Blazing Yellow: a heated radiant beam of sunshine
  • PANTONE 16-0229 Titanite: an enlivening and lustrous yellow green
  • PANTONE 16-6230 Andean Toucan: an exotic green suggestive of a highland forest
  • PANTONE 14-4122 Airy Blue: a lightweight blue illustrative of a cloudless sky
  • PANTONE Electric Blue Lemonade: a crisp brilliant blue that electrifies the palette
  • PANTONE 17-3020 Spring Crocus: a floral purple that blithely blooms in early spring
  • PANTONE 16-2122 Pink Cosmos: a garden pink that promotes contrast to all other hues

“As we anticipate our future, we are embracing the freedom to colorfully express our individuality without constraint,” Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, said in a press release. “Experiencing a creative liberation that transgresses previous norms, we are adapting and inventing novel pairings and contrasting harmonies.”

These vibrant, London Fashion Week-inspired colors are projected to rule the runway next spring and summer, but Pantone didn’t forget about the classics. The brand’s latest color report also included five Spring/Summer 2023 New Classics, featuring neutral tints meant to convey calmness and quietness.

The New Classics and their descriptors can be found below:

  • PANTONE 13-4201 Oyster Mushroom: a non-presumptive gray with a silent power
  • PANTONE 14-6011 Grayed Jade: a mineralized grayed green tone
  • PANTONE 12-0912 Tender Peach: a delicate peach with a gentle touch
  • PANTONE 17-1230 Mocha Mousse: a sweet milk chocolate brown
  • PANTONE 19-3954 Bluing: a brisky inky blue

So whether you have your eye on a milk chocolate brown armchair or fancy a garden pink accent wall, these high fashion color trends are well worth adding to your home decor vision boards.