PANTONE Colour of the Year vs. Natasha Jade

Written by Leanna Wigginton – Sales Manager for Natasha Jade 

We’ve got a spring in our step this Friday. The days are getting lighter and Spring doesn’t feel too far away.

Here at Natasha Jade, we revel in the joys of the changing seasons. As an artist, Natasha takes her inspiration from nature and her natural environment. So we were excited to learn that the Pantone colour of the year is GREEN. After all, I think we deserve something fresh and verdurous to shake off the past year. And what better way than refreshing and revitalising green, the symbol of new beginnings, evoking the first days of Spring!

What is the PANTONE Color of the Year?

A symbolic colour selection; decided by the Colour Institute to represent the year. A snapshot of what they see taking place in our global culture that serves as an expression of a mood and an attitude.

Nature’s greens and Illustrative flourishing foliage is represented in all its glory in one of Natasha’s most popular paintings of Tuscany. 

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This painting is available as a greeting card and featured on our 100% recycled gift wrap and bone china mug.

If we could choose one colour to represent Natasha’s brand it would be green – symbolic in name and logo. After all, both Natasha and Leanna have Jade as their middle name – taken from the precious stone which is believed to have healing properties encouraging purity, bravery, and honesty.

So enjoy the outdoors this weekend and enjoy the fortifying attributes that Spring brings in all it’s luscious green beauty… 

Written by Leanna Wigginton

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