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Honeysuckle: 2011 Color of the Year.

By LMayes |

So The Pantone Color Institute (The research arm of Pantone Inc., the company that designers of all kinds use to set color standards for the print, advertising, fashion and home industries.) has declared 2011 the Year of the Honeysuckle. Want to see what that looks like? Keep reading…

Much pinker than last year’s Mad-Menesque turquoise number. This year’s choice (Pantone 18-2120) is bold, bright, and uh, pink. What do you think?

Is this what 2011 is going to look like?

If so, I like it.

Art from Pantone

The Color Wheel from Wet Canvas.

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Laura Mayes, a Texas mom of one, is a welcome addition to this year’s list. Her wonderfully-photographed blog is part humor, part sass and really, really smart (we shouldn’t be surprised, since Mayes helped to found social media site Kirtsy with fellow Top Mom Blogger Gabrielle Blair). Blog con Queso covers all topics essential to creating a stylish life, from absolutely fabulous products to recipes that make us want to run (not walk) straight to our kitchen! So whether you need instructions on building the perfect scarecrow or are just curious to know the latest music playing on her iPod, head over to Blog con Queso for some good, cheesy fun!

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  1. [...] told you that The Pantone Color Institute (the highest authority in color trends) named Honeysuckle the color of 2011. And a Pantone color is always a good choice. We even told how you can incorporate this happy, pink [...]

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