A view of future color and design forecasts for 2020 reveals a fascinating dichotomy as a new era brings some novel approaches to color and design. A kaleidoscopic array of colors twists into patterns or combinations that are authentic and real while other palettes may seem somewhat surreal or out-of-the-ordinary. This new era reinforces the notion that muted and vibrant tones can co-exist, or that a traditional style, especially when tweaked with futuristic touches brings an unusual and original approach to a product or an interior.
Most importantly, fulfilling client or customer needs often means providing a sense of the familiar, while adding a contemporary or unique perspective engages their attention and heightens their interest in your offerings, in both products and settings.
Join Leatrice (Lee) Eiseman, forecaster, consultant, author and Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, as she explains the latest trends in design and color, what they mean and where they are coming from.