Valeria Crescenzi

Top color trends you’ll love in Fall/Winter 2020/21

I know Summer isn’t over yet but August is winding down and we do have to talk about the top color trends you’ll love in Fall/Winter 2020/21. My Pinterest feed is already brimming with autumn imagery and color shades and the time has come to share such beauty with you.

When it comes to colors, Pantone is an undisputed authority. I regularly read their color trend forecasts to stay up to date and get inspired.


UPDATE DECEMBER 2020: the Pantone Color Institute revealed the new colors for 2021. Read more in my blog post ‘Pantone color(s) of the year 2021: Ultimate Gray and Illuminating‘.

Just as our wardrobe changes from season to season, so does our home and I think you will love adding some seasonal accents to your living spaces (come back for more on this topic in the first week of September).

Waiting on cooler weather, let’s focus on top color trends for Fall/Winter 2020/21!

“Offering a rich narrative, the color palette for Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 highlights our desire for versatile, timeless color. Reflecting a ‘less is more’ mindset that is becoming increasingly important to consumers prioritizing value and functionality, our color palette is stripped of excess,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute. “Imbued with strength and personality, colors for Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 encourage our ongoing desire for unique self-expression through creative and unusual visual statements that stand out.”


PANTONE 19-1662 Samba

A voluptuous sultry red, Samba introduces an upbeat energy.


SPICE UP YOUR SPACE WITH OBJECTS AND ACCESSORIES IN THIS COLOR SHADE

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: SLV Style ceiling lamp // Tom Tailor cushion cover // Lifestyle & More ceramic vase

PANTONE 16-1350 Amberglow

A radiant autumnal orange, Amberglow promotes self-confidence and creative self-expression.


SPICE UP YOUR SPACE WITH OBJECTS AND ACCESSORIES IN THIS COLOR SHADE

FROM LEFT TO RIGHT: LE CREUSET POT // PANTHELLA MINI TABLE LAMP // KARTELL MAUI SOFT CHAIR

PANTONE 16-1328 Sandstone

Tied to nature, earthy Sandstone speaks of the rustic outdoors.


PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue

A boundless blue hue, Classic Blue is evocative of the vast and infinite evening sky opening us up to a world of possibilities.


PANTONE 13-0648 Green Sheen

Optimistically rebellious, Green Sheen is a bold acidic yellow-green shade that will always stand out.


PANTONE 16-1511 Rose Tan

A gentle dusky pink, Rose Tan imparts a sense of composure.


Craving for more colors? Follow my Pinterest Board ‘Color Hunter

PANTONE 18-5338 Ultramarine Green

Ultramarine Green, a deep cooling blue-green, exudes self-assurance and poise.


PANTONE 19-1337 Fired Brick

Strong and sturdy, Fired Brick adds gravitas.


PANTONE 14-1220 Peach Nougat

Nurturing Peach Nougat embraces with its inviting warmth.


PANTONE 19-2428 Magenta Purple

A hypnotic purple shade, Magenta Purple intrigues and mesmerizes.


Autumn/Winter 2020/2021 Classics

This season’s core hues are equally comfortable as singular color statements or as the foundation for a rich color narrative.

What do you think about Pantone’s color trends for Fall/Winter 2020/21? My top 3 favorite colors from this selection are Fired Bricks, Peach Nougat, and Sandstone. I suspect I’m already looking for the warmth and the richness of Autumn.

If you are craving for more colors, I’ve got some reading tips for you:

Easy ways to add color to your home

Bold ways to use color in your home

Ceramics, ceramics everywhere!


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Comments.

  • Nadia Scrocca

    Tutti colori bellissimi se devo dare una preferenza : Samba, Sansone e Fired Brick.
    Ciao Nadia

    • Valeria Crescenzi

      Hai assolutamente ragione, è davvero difficile scegliere. E i tre che hai scelto sono bellissimi!

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