Wallsauce releases wallpapers that complement Pantone’s Colours of the Year
In light of Pantone’s announcement of its colours of the year, ‘Illuminating’ and ‘Ultimate Gray’, creators of wallpaper murals, Wallsauce has released its top five designs that complement this duo.
Focussing on Pantone’s definition of ‘A marriage of colour conveying a message of strength and hopefulness that is both enduring and uplifting’, the wallpaper designs not only reflect the colours but also embraces their meanings with uplifting artwork. From appealing foliage and playful birds to a soothing watercolour design, all five wallpapers express positivity and happiness and are available to adorn walls to bring bright and cheerful décor to homes.
“After the troubles of 2020, we were delighted to see that Pantone had chosen such a positive color combined with a reassuring partner. Yellow tones will always remind us of happy summer days whilst gray tones have been making an appearance in interiors for a while now – offering solidarity and familiarity,” says Rachel Kenny, head of the design studio at Wallsauce.
“We wanted to be able to make this positive shift available to every home, so our top five styles offer something for everyone. ‘Transparent Gold’ by Carol Robinson is a timeless design, whilst the ‘Grey and Mustard Watercolor’ is ultra-modern and a fairly new design for Wallsauce. Some of the wallpapers we have chosen to complement these colours are already amongst our best sellers!”