What is Pantone? When it comes to colour, Pantone is the ultimate.
The Pantone system is a method of indexing colours. Everyone perceives
colours differently, so the colour you call red might be what someone
else might call orange or even pink. To avoid confusion, the Pantone
system gives every shade of every colour a unique number. The bright red
you’ll see on a stop sign, for instance, is Pantone 193. The rich, deep
blue of the Scottish flag is Pantone 300. There’s a Pantone number for
nearly every shade the human eye can see.
But Pantone isn’t just about dull numbers or boring colour swatches. The
Pantone Universe is so much more than that. It’s about a genuine love
of colour that transcends the everyday. It’s about self-expression. And,
most of all, it’s about passion
If you're passionate about colour, invite the Pantone Universe into your
home, with Pantone’s stunning new collection of tableware, dinnerware
The vivid colours of Pantone combined with the natural beauty and
finishes of wood? Yes please! These Bentwood Trays make the perfect
accompaniment to a modish afternoon tea, or wonderful presentation
platters at parties – they look just as good as the food served up on
Bentwood Tray features:
- Designed in England.
- Made from bentwood.
- To clean, simply wipe over with a damp cloth.
Colour: Printers Blue (7462).
Dimensions: 36 x 28cm.