15 items to bring Pantone 2021 colors into your home

find out how to bring Pantone 2021 colors into your home

Pantone Color Institute, the division of Pantone that predicts world color trends, recently announced not one, as usual, but two colors of the year for 2021, are PANTONE 17-5104 Ultimate Gray and PANTONE 13-0647 Illuminating.

A pair of colors that support each other with their characteristics to carry a message of happiness and strength, an ambitious union that ignites hope, something the human mind needs to think that things will shine again.

Scroll below to discover some products that will help you bring both Pantone 2021 colors into your home.

Airtight bottle Traveler by SIGG

Sigg Traveler, the original airtight bottle from Switzerland in its classic design. Made of high quality aluminum in one piece, which makes it light and stable. The hermetic cap is also suitable for carbonated drinks. The highly elastic inner lining is resistant to fruit acids, tasteless and free of BPA and phthalates. The practical ring cap allows you to carry the bottle holding it with just one finger.

Qeeboo Kong XS

Kong Xs is a gorilla-shaped lamp with an adjustable arm to direct the light beam from different angles, XS version height 53 cm, usable as a table and floor lamp.

Cucupola Projects

CUCUPOLA is a wall cuckoo clock made of wood and metal designed by Mattia Cimadoro. Painted with non-toxic paints, it has a battery-powered quartz movement. A light-sensitive sensor automatically stops the ringer in the absence of light. Produced by Progetti Srl, a company of Made in Italy design complements.

FL / Y Kartell

The first lamp created by Kartell, Fl / Y expresses the spirit of the brand with brio. Sun or associated in a delicate chromatic variation, these cheerful and joyful suspensions play with luminous reflections.

Take table lamp by Kartell

Take is a wonderful and fun reinterpretation of the classic lamp. Designed in the material, the plissé of its lampshade has been worked with extreme finesse to emanate a sparkling light. Take is ideal for the home or for all trendy places!

Binic Table lamp by Foscarini

Binic is a design table lamp made of ABS. At the base there is a metal ballast to ensure stability. The diffuser is in polycarbonate. Binic diffuses an intense and homogeneous light directed downwards. The rounded and playful shape inspires immediate sympathy and its small size makes it an ideal accessory to illuminate various domestic contexts.

Shit armchair by Seletti wear Toiletpaper

Maurizio Cattelan, an established figure on the contemporary art scene, and the photographer Pierpaolo Ferrari have designed a unique collection for Seletti, at the same time provocative, absurd, fun, which includes the Shit armchair.

Toy coffee table by Slide

The designer Prospero Rasulo proposes Toy, made of polyethylene and molded thanks to the rotational molding technique. Impact design that incorporates oriental lines, Toy is proposed both as a coffee table and as a seat suitable for indoor and outdoor environments. Toy can be stacked to create new spaces and shelves, becoming a single product capable of satisfying different needs. 100% MADE IN ITALY PRODUCT

Nemo armchair by Driade

Nemo Monobloc armchair fixed version made by rotational molding in polyethylene. Indoor and outdoor use.

Fabio Novembre uses furniture design to tell stories. Intense and engaging stories where the human figure is often the protagonist. A human figure capable of becoming abstract and universal, capable of proposing a mythized beauty as happened with Greek art.

Alvar Aalto vase by Iittala

In 1936, Alvar Aalto's series of glass vases won first prize in the 1936 Karhula-Iittala Glass Design Competition. Compared to the decorative objects of the time, the simple but organic shape of this vase was a revolutionary statement. Inspired by the waves in the water, the vase is a symbol of Finnish design and one of the most famous glass objects in the world.

Beat Stout pendant lamp by Tom Dixon

The Beat Stout lamp is one of the pieces of the Beat collection consisting of four brass suspensions of different shapes. Their production requires excellent know-how: the brass is hand hammered by Indian master-craftsmen! The outside of the lampshade is painted dull gray and the inside is silver plated. This contrast of colors, of opaque and reflective surfaces is beautifully enhanced by the diffusion of direct and concentrated beam light.

Seated mouse table lamp by Seletti

The designer Marcantonio Raimondi Malerba carries out a naturalistic exploration. These overwhelmingly realistic mice invade our environments as if to remind us of the bond that exists between man and nature. Really fun and original, these resin lamps perfectly imitate small rodents, in different positions.

Masters armchair by Kartell

Philippe Starck scores a new masterstroke with Masters! This futuristic looking chair is a true tribute to the icons of the past. In an intertwining of sinuous and dynamic lines, the backrest evokes the shapes of three classics of contemporary design: the Tulip Armchair by Eero Saarinen, the Eiffel Chair by Charles Eames and the Series 7 by Arne Jacobsen.

Rabbit Chair by Qeeboo

Rabbit Chair, a rabbit-shaped chair, conceived in a double variant for adults and children, you can sit leaning against the rabbit's ears or on the opposite side, riding it and resting the forearms on its ears.

The rabbit is one of the tricks of Stefano Giovannoni's hat, which immediately became a pop icon, a symbol of love and fertility, which brings luck and good wishes.

Lady of Love table lamp by Slide

Lady Of Love is a contemporary and pop reinterpretation of a great baroque classic: the abat-jour. An ideal table lamp for environments that want to leave their mark: it can give a strong personality placed on a coffee table in the living room, to create mood light on a bedside table or positioned to attract the attention of the retail world.

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