Guest Picks: Get Inspired by Pantone's 2014 Color of the Year
Pantone describes the color as “[blooming] with confidence and magical warmth that intrigues the eye and sparks the imagination. It is an expressive, creative and embracing purple — one that draws you in with its beguiling charm. A captivating harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones, Radiant Orchid emanates great joy, love and health.”
Isn’t that fabulous? — Liza from (a)Musing Foodie
These stunning fig photos would be beautiful on a kitchen or dining room wall.
I love the gradient in these beautiful glasses.
Sometimes just a touch of purple (like the outsides of these bowls) is perfect.
Covered casseroles are so practical, and I love the shading on this one.
In case you need an actual trivet — instead of a folded dish towel like I often use — this one is timeless.
This is a gorgeous and striking shallot photo.
Why yes, you do need a purple wine tote!
This screams creamy gratin. I love it!
You could simply leave Wednesday out every day of the week, but the other colors are awfully fun too.
I’m not sure why you’d need a disposable to-go snack container, but these fit the bill if you do.
Heirloom tomatoes look painted, especially some of the cherry tomato varieties. I love the purples in this piece of art.
If you’re willing to make a statement with your table setting, this is the set for you.
Because who doesn't need a purple mason jar mug?
I love colored glassware, even these (despite their being awfully close to ‘80s mauve).
Single-serve freezer pops in only seven minutes? So cute!
I love the print on these placemats — it would make a pretty wallpaper too.
I love metal travel mugs for coffee. (The only downside is no microwaving.) This one sure is pretty.
This deep serving bowl would be perfect for a huge salad, or for something as simple as mashed potatoes.Next: Best Ways to Use Radiant Orchid, Pantone’s Color of 2014