2020 will bring a kaleidoscope of natural colours and trends reminiscent of vintage style.
Tonalite is already in tune with this mood, and as the company prepares for the new year and awaits Pantone’s announcement of its Colour of the Year, it has been playing around with the new collections presented at Cersaie 2019.
Tonalite’s latest new collections centre around pastel hues, nostalgic inspirations linked with a variety of different traditions, patterns and shapes appropriate for different laying effects and contrasts, as in the Trapez and Exabright collections, or the beauty of hand craftsmanship, as in Nuance.
Research over the past few years has led to a great variety of surface finishes and reflections with a more contemporary feel, as in the Metal, Paintboard and Tissue lines.
Here’s what Pantone has to say about the trends for next year.
Color and design trends for 2020 reveal a fascinating dichotomy as a new era brings in both novel and nostalgic approaches to color and design. A kaleidoscopic of colors twists into patterns or combinations that are authentic and real while other palettes appear somewhat surreal or out-of-the-ordinary.
Pastel hues and metallic colours
The preference for pastel hues is confirmed, using them as accents in laying schemes or to cover whole walls, creating effects and contrasts that add personality and style to residential and commercial spaces alike.
The delicate style of pastel hues adds personality, in a taste that is still contemporary and refined.
Metallic colours continue to be an important trend in furnishings and surfaces. Tonalite interprets the trend by enriching its collections with reflections in hues of black, copper and platinum and textured surfaces.
Metal creates contrasts with shapes and surfaces, as in this project, in which pastel hues play with a refined shade of gold from the Arabesque Satin collection.
What is your favorite trend?
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