In 1963, Pantone established the first color matching system, referred to as the Pantone Matching system or simply PMS. Today, Pantone is the main reference tool for all industries when they work to match colors and forecasted hues. PMS uses a standardized Pantone numbering system to identify each color (for example: Pantone Red 199), making it easy for anyone to refer to a specific color. If you’re looking to add a forecasted color—or any other shade—to your home, work with Window Treats serving Brooklyn, NY. We’ll happily help you match the specific Pantone color you want.
New Color Inspired by Entertainment’s Minions
For the first time ever, Pantone is introducing to the color system a character-branded shade. This time, it’s inspired by the Minions from Universal Pictures and Illumination Entertainment’s Despicable Me franchise. Coined “Minion Yellow,” it uses the characters’ playful hue as a base. The custom Pantone Minion Yellow color will be included in the next color addition in the Fashion, Home+ Interiors color palette.
Using Minion Yellow
Just as the sun’s rays lift our spirits and mood, so does the forecast color of Pantone Minion Yellow, termed “The Color of Intelligence.” If you’re wanting to add this color to your home, consider a few things. For one, Minion Yellow is a vibrant tone, which will match with colors like purple, brown, indigo, magenta, and black. If you want to combine colors, keep a balance of 60%-30%-10% to make sure you don’t create competition of color.
What If You Don’t Like the Forecasted Color?
Remember, when you use colors you don’t like, it tends to make you focus on areas you would otherwise avoid. Don’t use the colors in rooms where you want to feel your best. If you don’t like the forecasted color, either use it only as an accent or don’t use it at all.
One Last Tip
When selecting colors for your room, select the colors you love. Trendy colors come and go, and unless you have tons of money, you should go with what you love and not what you feel you need just because it’s stylish. Also remember that color forecasting is strictly to keep all manufacturers’ specifying the same colors to help the consumers coordinate and create a beautiful space. It is a guideline, and popular colors may vary in different regions.
Using Forecasted Colors On Cherry Hill, NJ
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