How to incorporate Pantone’s Color of the Year into your dog’s life

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How to incorporate Pantone’s Color of the Year into your dog’s life

Looking for a few easy ways to integrate Pantone’s Color of the Year into Fido’s environment? Here’s how.

Pantone recently announced Living Coral as 2019’s Color of the Year. With this dynamic hue, the possibilities for pet-related clothing, beds, living spaces, and accessories are endless. Pantone explained their selection of this versatile color by saying, “Just as coral reefs are a source of sustenance and shelter to sea life, vibrant yet mellow Pantone 16-1546 Living Coral embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting environment.”

Pantone went on to say that this welcoming hue encourages lighthearted activity – and who doesn’t want that for their furry friend? Here’s how you can incorporate Pantone’s Color of the year into your dog’s immediate environment to encourage play, optimism and joy!

Buy some colorful accessories

Pets epitomize lighthearted activity and joyful pursuits. So what better way to celebrate them than to incorporate Living Coral into their toys, beds, clothing and accessories? Since Pantone’s announcement, pet beds, coats, litterboxes, collars, toys, treat jars, and even poop bag holders can easily be found in this shade, as well as its related hues of Conch Shell, Hot Pink, Radiant Yellow, Papaya, Sand, Sun Kissed Coral, Chive Blossom, Barrier Reef, and many others.

Mix it up!

But don’t just limit your color schemes to the pinky-orange palettes. Why not shake things up by incorporating the bright greens, yellows, purples and blues of the Trippy, Under The Sea, and Focal Point palettes to add a vivid kaleidoscope of colors into your pet’s life? Thanks to Pantone’s carefully constructed color schemes, there’s no wrong way to brighten up your pet’s life.

Looking for a Living Coral shaded wardrobe to dress your pet in? You can find a unique selection of styles and colors by clicking here via PetClever.

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