According to Pantone, the color choices were made so that all color families included:
- A broader range of nuanced neutrals and mid-tones
- An increased number of vibrant brights
- Many complex hues with greater depth and intensity
- More subdued and smoky variations of popular colors
With delicious additions like Agave Green, Lemon Meringue, Tangerine Tango, Ganache, Cinnamon Stick and Marmalade, the line-up is rich.
Ever since Pantone originally released their 1,001 colors in 1985, designers have looked to the company for direction in color trends. In a video release, Pantone maker and designer Jonathan Adler says colors are like an "instantly accessible over-the-counter anti-depressant."
Does color affect your mood? What colors make you happy? Sad?
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