Pantone Color of the Year 2015, Marsala: Pet Products in This Hot Hue
Published on December 04, 2014
Looking for a simple way to show that you — and your pet — are the hippest cats (or dogs) in town? Here’s your chance! Pantone just released its 2015 Color of the Year: Marsala, "naturally robust and earthy wine red," and we found a handful of pet products available in this gorgeous hue.
If you’re not familiar with the Pantone Color of the Year, allow us to enlighten you. Pantone is known as the global color authority. Each year, the company selects a new color by searching for color influences, which come from all aspects of life: fashion and entertainment industries, the art world and popular travel destinations, to name a few, as well as technology, the availability of new textures and effects that impact color, and even upcoming major sports events. You can expect to see even more Marsala throughout the next year, used as a solid but also as an accent in graphics and prints.
And, interestingly, the color chosen one year has little bearing on the next year’s selection. In the last five years, Pantone’s Color of the Year selections have included Radiant Orchid (2014), Emerald (2013), Tangerine Tango (2012), Honeysuckle (2011) and Turquoise (2010).
Pet Products in Pantone’s Color of the Year 2015: Marsala
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Give your kitty a fun and stylish place to perch and scratch with the Imperial Cat Big Cat Scratcher in Modern B, $121.99 at wayfair.com.
Accessories are always a great way to add a pop of color, making this Gwen Gear collar in Jackson Red, $33, a great addition to your pup’s collection.
Cats and small dogs will be cozy and on trend with the Jax & Bones Bloom bed, $79, in Bordeaux ripple velour.
You’ll have a laugh when your dog wears the Your Dog Doesn’t Know Sit tee, available at wag.com for $14.49.
Showing how Marsala is a stunning accent color is The Cat Ball in Blue Geometric, $55.
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