Last year Pantone announced their first ever two-tone colour of the year with Rose Quartz and Serenity. This combination aims to challenge traditional perceptions of color association as well as creating an “inherent balance between a warmer embracing rose tone and the cooler tranquil blue”.
This colour trend has been appearing throughout fashion, beauty, interiors, and product and graphic design. Take a look at how the colour duo can be used to inspire colour and material selection that feature within interiors and architecture.
The Mammoth Café, Melbourne interior combines soft pastel pink hues alongside more vibrant splashes of blue.
Colour blocking using shades of blue together with a dusky pink colour is used to make a statement seating area in the Ovolo Hotel, Sydney.
The interior of Shugaa, Bangkok uses a collection of muted fabrics, which are complimented by a warm background palette and rose gold metallic details.
Pastel blue and pink tones are applied to unitary to zone the different customer destinations within the Uniprix Pharmacy in Montreal.
Colourful handmade concrete tiles in a mixture of pastel hues clad a feature wall of Sugarhouse Studios, London.
Bold, graphic pattern in vibrant candy shades decorates the staircase of the Opening Ceremony store in Tokyo.