Pantone 2024 Color of the year: Peach Fuzz

PANTONE 13-1023 Peach Fuzz is the hue chosen by Pantone for the coming year.

“Seeking a hue that echoes our innate desire for closeness and connection, we chose a color that radiates warmth and modern elegance. A hue that resonates with compassion, offers a tactile embrace and effortlessly blends youthfulness with timelessness.”
Leatrice Eiseman – Executive Director, Pantone Color Institute.

Unveiled the Pantone color for 2024, a color that awakens our senses. PANTONE 13-1023 Peach Fuzz “captures our desire to nurture ourselves and others. It is a delicate, soft peach shade whose all-encompassing spirit enriches the soul, body and mind.” (Pantone.com)

This is how Pantone.com defines its search for the definition of the new shade, a search that continues over the years and always increases its value by deepening its work on trends and design.

Pantone colors over the years

The Pantone Color of the Year goes beyond aesthetics; it is a visual indicator of the cultural nuances that characterize a particular period. Each year, as we eagerly await the announcement of the next color, we reflect on how these color choices continue to inspire and influence art, fashion and design. The Pantone Color Institute remains at the center of this color experience, leading the world in discovering new and fascinating color expressions.

In recent years, the Pantone Color of the Year has represented a wide range of emotions and influences. From the bold and vibrant tones of 2023, to the nuanced and sophisticated hues of 2022, to the strength and resilience of 2021, each selection brought with it a unique meaning. 2020 saw the classic and reassuring “Classic Blue,” while 2018 was dominated by the vibrant “Ultra Violet.” Each color helped shape the trend landscape, influencing designers, artists, and creatives around the world.

The Peach Fuzz in Tonalite’s collections

This shade of peach, combining the sweetness of pink with the character of orange is found in so many Tonalite collections. It is a warm, design-driven tone that lends itself well to shaping the ideas of interiors and architects, such as in the Attic peach project from the Crayon collection.

This shade is found in many series with the possibility of choosing the shade that best suits the target environment. A color that lends itself to building backdrops and defining spaces, found in our most classic collections.

The Peach color of the Crayon collection, the Salmon of Aquarel and the Earth color of the Lingotti, Hexalingotti, Shibusa and Hashi series.

Go to our Pinterest board to discover all the inspiration on pink and terracotta shades.

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