Pantone Selections for 2016 Rose Quartz & Serenity

Have you ever heard about Pantone? It is a printing company that has developed a color matching method. Since 1963, Pantone is working on innovating graphic design fields, and most recently in the manufacture of colored paint, fabric, and plastics fields as well. Pantone as one of its primary goals considers that choosing and finding the color designers need can be a fun task to go through while working of new projects. Therefore not only easing designer’s tasks but also creating a beautiful experience can enhance production processes.

Pantone as the Language of Color

Even though Pantone works with the graphic design Pantone also has a more physical set in order for you to appreciate what is currently in their collection. Pantone palette has around 3,000 color variations digitally created with CMYK process printing, which is a printing procedure that call for the use of Cyan, Magenta, Yellow, and Black ink.

On the other hand, Pantone also has a textile palette containing 1,925 Pantone for Fashion and Home colors, which can be apply to the textile field and clothing designers and manufacturers worldwide. At the same time Pantone also has created the plastics palette, which consists of 735 transparent and 1,005 opaque plastic color choices. These other feature of Pantone offers to industrial designers and manufacturers worldwide a specified gamma for molding and plastics fabrication.

Pantone has called our attention thanks to our graphic designer’s staff who are always in the journey of improving their work. In addition, since FinishBuild takes care from the inside, we have come with the idea of learning about what our team do and what references they use for inspiration to color set and color matching.

2016 Pantone selections

What FinishBuild loves about Pantone 2016 color selections is that has created two tones, Rose Quartz 13-1520  & Serenity 13-1520, which seems to state a soft but cozy tone for 2016.

FinishBuild thinks that Rose Quartz & Serenity offers to consumer’s schedule a less labeled concern about male or female patterns, which we believed this was the main aim of presenting them together. As a unit Rose Quartz & Serenity, invite us to a more open-minded digital hybrid with a mixture of compassion (Rose Quartz) and a dose of peace appealing (Serenity) that we can apply to an extended succession of projects.

How can we apply 2016 Pantone colors?

What FinishBuild loves about Pantone selections of color, is the ability of please any customer, in any professional fields. So, whether is on fabrics, devices or printed designs you can use solid blocks of a color, without worrying about screening.

Another contribution of Pantone is the talent to produce and deliver colors using CMYK printed procedure, which can offer you metallic tones and fluorescents. Last but never least Pantone is backup by the matching system, which allow you to choose a more accurate and specific tone for any of your projects. Subsequently, if you tell a printer a color, Pantone guarantees you would get the color you required.

As a soothing sense of order and peace as Pantone describe its two shades, Rose Quartz & Serenity can be apply in households. Our primary suggestion would be in your living room. Take Pantone suggestions in pro of a better comfortable atmosphere.

Explore the journey of Pantone by adding Serenity to your living-room walls, in combination with Rose Quartz in curtains and rugs. Since both colors are pleasant enough to stand on their own, FinishBuild encourages you to pop them in combination with other neutrals tones, especially whites and beiges. They also might go well with browns and pearl looks.

Living-Room Furniture:

Make of your furniture items the focal point of your living-room. Do not be afraid of being cheesy, Rose Quartz can go perfectly even in small dose, you can start humble with some smooth touches in small boxes, candles, vases or porcelain ornamentation. Try by adding some Rose Quartz tone to a sofa, dining chairs or cushions to add some compassion to your surroundings.

Serenity for Fabrics:

Take the Serenity tone for a cozy blanket for rainy days. Fabrics can radically enhance any area in your house. Try soft and natural materials such as cotton or wool. Even for decoration, in order to delimitate areas, fabrics can also be used as curtains. Add some bohemian soft look with Serenity and enjoy the atmosphere of relaxation.


“Color is the place where our brain and the universe meet”

-Paul Klee