''Energizing Honeysuckle Lifts Spirits and Imparts Confidence to Meet Life's Ongoing Challenges'' - Pantone
Selected by Pantone LLC, the global authority on color and provider of professional color standards for the design industries, the engaging pink hue PANTONE 18-2120 is a vibrant, energetic color representing courage, confidence and vitality. Dynamic Honeysuckle gets the adrenaline going.
"Let the bold spirit of Honeysuckle infuse you, lift you and carry you through the year. It's a color for every day--with nothing 'everyday' about it." - Pantone
Reminiscent of bright spring days, summer flowers and raspberry sherbet, Honeysuckle tugs on emotion, bringing about feelings of joy, nostalgia and optimism.
Honeysuckle exhibits a positive power--you can't wear it without feeling an extra spring in your step. When worn near the face, the color brings a flattering glow to most skin tones. The reddish pink hue has been a popular color across decades--always a gorgeous choice for clothing, accessories, jewelry, lipstick and nail polish. Men shouldn't shy away from the vigorous hue; the color is appealing in men's shirts, sweaters, ties and accessories.
Incorporate shades of Honeysuckle into your designs to show off PANTONE's gorgeous color choice. The versatile dark pink pops when paired with shades of grey, black, brown and blue. Honeysuckle is an ideal complementary color for hues of green and yellow and looks great alongside purples and reds.
See how Honeysuckle works with this year's color predictions. Fire Mountain Gems and Beads has partnered with Pantone to provide their expert color forecasts. View the FREE PANTONE® 2011 color reports, including suggested color design ratios.
Used with the permission of Pantone LLC.
|We would like to share some of the customer comments we received in response to the article, "PANTONE® 2011 Color of the Year: Honeysuckle," featured in a newsletter. Please keep in mind that the comments expressed below are those of our customers and do not reflect the views of Fire Mountain Gems and Beads|
"Attached is a photo of the honeysuckle that grew in the backyard of my childhood home in Michigan. You can imagine my surprise when I opened the newsletter and saw PINK! I had no idea honeysuckle was any color other than yellow. :))"
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