January 10, 2022
The 2022 Pantone Color of the Year is Very Peri

As we kick off the New Year, we are excited to share with you that Pantone's 2022 Color of the Year is 17-3938 Very Peri. According to Pantone, the color lives in their blue family with red and violet undertones.

We love the versatility of this color and how it can be utilized in many interior environment applications like the following projects from our SF Bay Area interior design trade partners.

ARTISTIC DESIGNS FOR LIVING

Wallpaper applications by Tineke Triggs (Photo Credit: Eric Rorer)

KELLY HOHLA INTERIORS

Layers of color in art and soft goods (Photo Credit: John Merkl)

CODDINGTON DESIGN

Lighter tones in drapery and table lamp (Photo Credit: Matthew Millman)

LA CORNUE

Custom color capabilities of La Cornue

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