Good Earth Plant Company first started writing about Pantone’s Color of the Year in 2017. We keep current with design trends including color, so our projects fit current tastes and times. Pantone spends six months researching their next Color of the Year; looking at trends bubbling up in fashion, cosmetics, home décor, paints, and even architecture and toy design. For 2024 they’ve chosen Peach Fuzz (Pantone 13-1023).
Forward-thinking businesses need to stay current with design trends to create the best possible experience for their customers. This is the reason so many companies are incorporating the principles of biophilic design into their buildings, and why they’re keeping us busy at Good Earth Plant Company by adding workplace plants, living walls, and other natural design elements.
Peach Fuzz reflects warmth and modern elegance. It’s a color Pantone’s executives say “captures our desire to nurture ourselves and others”. Pantone Vice President Laurie Pressman is quoted saying “Peach Fuzz communicates a message of caring and sharing, community and collaboration”.
The Importance of Color Trends in Biophilic Design
Colors have a significant impact on human emotions and well-being. By incorporating trendy colors inspired by nature, such as Peach Fuzz, the workspace can become more visually appealing and can have a positive impact on employee well-being, focus, and productivity.
Where We Can See Peach Fuzz in Biophilic Design
This color is often used in office design, commercial spaces, and consumer products that aim to reflect warmth, comfort, and modern times.
In San Diego and across Southern California, Peach Fuzz is often seen across the sky during a sunset. Below are more places you’ll likely see this color:
- Color schemes: Peach Fuzz can be utilized as a color choice for walls, furniture, or decorative elements in biophilic spaces.
- Botanical motifs: Incorporating Peach Fuzz or similar shades in patterns or motifs that resemble botanical elements, such as leaves or flowers, can infuse the design with a natural and organic feel.
- Details in natural materials: Peach Fuzz can be introduced using natural materials like wood, stone, or textiles that have the color or texture resembling Peach Fuzz.
- Consumer Products: Pantone quotes that Peach Fuzz reflects the past yet has been refashioned to have a contemporary ambiance, enabling it to seamlessly display its presence in both the physical and digital world. It’s an enticing shade for a variety of products, from food and beverage to cosmetics and accessories.
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Previous Pantone Colors of the Year
2016: Rose Quartz and Serenity
2014: Radiant Orchid
2012: Tangerine Tango
2008: Blue Iris
2007: Chili Pepper
2006: Sand Dollar
2005: Blue Turquoise
2004: Tiger Lily
2003: Aqua Sky
2002: True Red
2001: Fuchsia Rose
2000: Cerulean Blue