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This Year, Keep Your Interiors Cool With Neo-Mint

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Neo-mint

World’s leading trend forecasting authority, WGSN and Coloro, possibly Pantone’s biggest rival in the color market have named Neo-Mint the color of 2020.

Jane Boddy, WGSN’s color expert, and the christened founder of the color neo-mint points to the landscape of 2020 as the inspiration for naming Neo-mint the color of the year.  Characterized by a move towards a “greener, more sustainable approach to technology,” the year 2020 celebrates a cleaner, greener future.  In 2018, 195 nations signed an agreement for the 2020 to be the year of a cleaner earth in the Paris Agreement. 


“In 2020, we see the world’s tallest building, the Jeddah Tower, completed in Saudi Arabia.  This amazing building has been designed in the style of architecture known as neo-futurism.  This building has been designed with bio-materials and lots of green-tinted glass and a slightly more sustainable approach as well.  The Mars Rover Landing in Mars in order to understand Mars as a place we can live in the future.  Quite interesting, if we look back at NASA’s old posters… [they convey] a hopeful, tech-driven future,” Jane Boddy says.


Have a look at how Neo-Mint has been used in interiors:


Coloro and WGSN name Purist Blue, Cassis, Cantaloupe and Mellow Yellow as the 4 other hot colors for 2020:



Be inspired by these uses of these trending colors:







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