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Pantone Colour of the Year 2022 - Very Peri

December 15, 2021 2 min read

Pantone Colour of the Year 2022 - Very Peri

It's been announced today that the Pantone Colour of the Year 2022 is 'Very Peri'.

A violety-blue which‘displays a spritely, joyous attitude and dynamic presence that encourages courageous creativity and imaginative expression’.

All Tomorrow's Futures fabric by The Monkey Puzzle Tree at Decorex 2021

Each year, Pantone's colour experts comb the world looking for new colour influences...

Unlike us! We often deliberately avoid trend research before deciding on our colourways as we want our designs to stand the test of time.

Also, artist Alexis Snell and I have hardly left Yorkshire over the last year or so!

But nevertheless it's a tiny bit gratifying to see that the  Ocean Blue colour of our new  ‘All Tomorrow’s Futures’ fabric was a good choice!

All Tomorrow's Futures Very Peri Ocean Blue

Inspired by Matisse and Willow Pattern plates, we felt our 'Ocean Blue' colour was fresh and optimistic and I have to say it's my favourite.

Pantone have helpfully provided some palette suggestions to give you some inspiration on how to use this colour.

Pantone palette 'Balancing Act'

'Balancing Act' is my personal favourite but have a look at the others on the  Pantone website and also see their YouTube video below:


About The Monkey Puzzle Tree

Combining their love of colour and pattern with the unique vision of some of the UK’s most innovative artists, The Monkey Puzzle Tree creates exquisite textiles and wallpapers which bring story, meaning and beauty to interiors.

The original pieces have a timeless quality which rises above passing trends, ensuring they will enrich an interior with character, authenticity and a quiet sense of rebellion for many years to come.

From their award winning ‘Hit the North’ real cork wallpaper, to their latest climate change themed fabric ‘All Tomorrrow’s Futures’ , the brand brings a fresh edge to interior design whilst prioritising ethical practices and local manufacturing.

Each artist is paid a 20% royalty on sales of their designs and all products are manufactured within 100 miles of their Leeds studio.

Awarded 'Best in British Product Design' at the Brit List Awards and a Design Guild Mark for 2021.