The new Pantone color of the year 2022 in the garden

In the large family of blue tones, the Pantone Very Peri tone, created especially for the year 2022, expresses inventiveness and creativity. Pantone, the global color authority and provider of professional color language standards and digital solutions for the design community, introduced a new blue shade, PANTONE 17-3938 Very Peri, a dynamic periwinkle blue hue with a vivifying violet-red undertone as the Pantone Color of the Year selection for 2022.

Blending the faithfulness and constancy of blue with the energy and excitement of red, this happiest and warmest of all the blue hues introduces an empowering mix of newness. It subtly combines the comforting aspect of blue with the boldness of red-violet. Symbol of the times when our certainties are upset, it tries to meet our new expectations, by bringing a share dream and mystery, while stimulating our imagination and our creativity.

In the garden Pantone color 17-3938 TCX Very Peri adorns many so-called “blue” flowers. Pure blue is very rare in flowers and is often tinged with mauve or purplish reflections. This subtle shade gives depth to floral accords, invites meditation and daydreaming. It is particularly in its place in semi-shaded situations where it reveals an unprecedented luminosity. This shade is highlighted with highlights and pastels such as pale yellow, cream, fleshy pink and dusty pink, pale mauve and bluish-gray foliage. To accentuate its mysterious side, do not hesitate to combine it with dark tones such as intense purple, almost black red, intense violet and purple leaves.

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