Color of the year 2022 according to Pantone: Very Peri 17-3938

In this new post, we are discovering the new color of the year 2022 according to Pantone: Very Peri 17-3938. As always, expectations about this choice have been very high, especially because of the moment we are living in.

For 2022, Pantone has launched a new proposal of Color of the Year. As could not be otherwise, the color has a very positive message again, given the real scenario and all facts that had happened in 2020 and 2021

Pantone Color Institute is the institution that determines this specific color. Its prognosis of color trends, color perspectives and customised color consultancy set the year. These criteria orientate some companies in the policy-making about color and its different actions.

Chosen colors in the last years were Greenery (2017), Ultra Violet (2018), Living Coral (2019), Classic Blue (2020) y Ultimate Gray + Illuminating (2021). All those  got a high presence and impact on its years, showing that color choice is a very important piece of news.

Color of the year 2022 according to Pantone: Very Peri 17-3938
Color of the year 2022 according to Pantone: Very Peri 17-3938

Color of the year 2022 according to Pantone: Very Peri 17-3938

This time Pantone Very Peri tries to show confidence and a daring curiosity. The purpose is to encourage the creative, inquisitorial and intrigant spirit. Color tries to open a new vision while we rewrite our lives. Undoubtedly, it is a visual language that is used to express several ideas to complement different concepts.

It is evident that we are living now in transformation times and Very Peri pretends to show itself as a spirit symbol of this era and of the transition that we are experimenting. We will see this shade in a lot of proposals along the year, as well as in physical as in digital scenarios.

Manatex works to customize decorative textiles and create personal and professional environments warmer and more comfortable. Color trends like the one that Pantone proposes are of high utility to test the moment and be able to make proposals.

Photo credit: Pantone