Described as ‘an enchanting harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones’, orchid has been chosen by Pantone as the colour of 2014. Pantone is an international brand that has gained recognition for being the authority on colour and the provider of colour systems. This year we leap to the other side of the colour spectrum replacing the luxurious emerald shade for the bright and vibrant orchid.
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