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How to Use the Collage Color Palette from Pantone

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collage color paletteInspiration image from Kepoon - Home Design Inspiration. Pantone colors from top to bottom: 16-1620 Tea Rose, 19-1652 Rhubarb, 18-1163 Pumpkin Spice, 14-1122  Sheepskin, 14-0116 Margarita, 14-5713 Cascade, 17-4919 Teal,  and 18-4220 Provincial Blue.

 

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Pantone’s 2014 color trends for home furnishings and interior design offers color palettes that can easily inspire a transformation in your home. Today we’re taking a closer look at the Collage color palette.

Collage is a gathering place for found objects that are well worn and somewhat nostalgic – a charming mélange of artfully constructed designs that demonstrate ingenuity and resourcefulness. There is poignancy in the color and design of the palette that sounds a familiar chord. Tea rose, deep reddish rhubarb, warm pumpkin spice and cozy sheepskin, are refreshed with margarita green, provincial blue and cascading tones of aqua and teal.

Here's a little collage of our own to inspire you with ways to use this color palette. Make it your own by choosing which color will be your primary color and which will be accents. For more inspiration, check out our COLOR: Collage (Pantone 2014) Pinterest board

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