I was at the launch of the Pantone Colour of the Year last week, and apparently green is the colour for next year. More precisely, a shade called Greenery.
Probably easier to get your head around in the kitchen, than perhaps in your make up bag:
But if you want to be ahead of the curve, then here’s a few things I’ve spotted that are in a similar territory.
I think the team at Joseph Joseph have been into this colour for a little while already, as this Chop to Pot is not new. However, these are still an incredibly useful thing to have in the kitchen, regardless of colour.
Get ready for the new year, the new colour and inevitable healthy eating resolutions with this Manual Juicer from Kitchen Craft. Makes it sound like you’ll get some exercise at the same time as making your juice, possibly a slightly more peaceful exercise than some mechanised juicers.
Update your glassware, whether for water or wine, with this tumbler from LSA International. There is a broad range of colours available but this one is the one if you want to be on the trend.
This milk jug definitely looks like it’s got the right colour going on, or you could say that Greenery was inspired by grass. Whichever way, I think this is a great addition to the breakfast table, produced by Hanne Rysgaard Ceramics.
Freshen up the kitchen with a new pair of oven gloves, like this lovely pair from Thornback & Peel. I love the pea pod pattern, colour is definitely right on trend, and oven gloves always make a great gift, for yourself or anyone else who loves to cook.
I think this Basil and Mint Candle from Orla Kiely ticks the boxes, both in terms of colour, and also the natural world inspiration behind the trend too. Great scent to give a food lover, this will definitely perk up any room.
So, you can get ahead of the crowd and stun them with your colourful kitchen, with a colour that’s inspired by rebirth, energy and positivity. It would be very nice to think that that’s what 2017 has in store for all of us!