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Pantone's Fall Colors for 2019



When the smell of Pumpkin Spice Latte is in the air, it is definitely sweater weather.  It is finally fall and, as we move into the colder temps of fall, we are seeing the color trend go from bright, lively colors to richer, bolder tones. Pantone's colors for autumn/winter 2019/20 reflect an emergence of confidence; bold and strong, a palette of colors that are relateable, yet display some clever tweaks for the winter season.

Expressing Pantone’s wide-ranging acceptance of color, combinations for Autumn/Winter 2019/2020 suggest a thirst for liberation and a desire to realize our own individualized unique identities.

“Colors for Autumn/Winter 2019-2020 range from easy and to strikingly different and unique,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute and a spokesperson for Pantone.
“This palette of versatile hues builds a sense of empowerment and confidence, enabling the wearer to choose the colors that best reflect his or her mood and persona.”  

Below are Pantone's fall colors for this year:


Chili Pepper 19-1557- Chili Pepper is an exciting and spicy shade of red that adds drama and excitement and is designed to stimulate your senses.

 Biking Red 19-1650- This red is a deep shade of burgundy that is strong and powerful. This color has depth and warmth and embraces the winter season.

Crème de Peche 12-1110- A soft, comfortable shade of peach. The color isn’t just soft and understated it balances out the 2019 color trends with some warmth from the lighter end of the spectrum.

Peach Pink 15-1530- This energetic shade of pink is warm and flattering. The color has warmth and glow to it and will look great with a variety of colors.


Rocky Road 19-1234- Rocky Road is a rich brown. It is earthy, sweet and indulgent just like the ice cream flavor. This color will add depth and warmth to any room.


Fruit Dove 17-1826- A lively shade of pink that cannot be ignored. Pantone describes this color as “an extroverted pink”.


Sugar Almond 18-1155- A sweet shade of brown, Sugar Almond is a mid-tone brown that reminds us of caramel lattes.

Dark Cheddar 15-1150- This color is bold and daring. Dark Cheddar is a sharp blend of yellow and orange. This bold color is best used as an accent color to add some excitement to any space.

Galaxy Blue 19-4055- A thoughtful, evocative blue that is representative of a greater galaxy-- this color can be transporting.

Bluestone 18-4217- A color of quiet resolve. This blue-gray color that is out of the ordinary and yet, it is nearly a neutral shade. This color would pair well with whites and grays.

Orange Tiger 16-1358- A bright and lively color it will bring energy to any space. This color would work well as an accent or paired with dark rich colors.

Eden 19-6050- Eden is a lively shade of forest green. This color gives designers a great choice for a deep tone instead of the usual navy and dark gray.

As always, Happy Decorating and please let us know if you have any questions!


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