Lonny and the color of the year!

Lonny is live with their Holiday issue!  Hurray!!
I couldn't help but fall hard for that saturated pink tablecloth.

This week Pantone announced the color of the year for 2011 and take a wild guess what it is:
Do you love it?  Don't be surprised to see it paired with the color of 2010: Turquoise.
Honeysuckle pink was chosen and they said,
 "a dynamic reddish pink, will be defining the mood of 2011 given its 'uplifting' qualities."
I'm ready to be uplifted!  :-)

This color combination is throughout the holiday issue of Lonny!

Angele Parlange

Eileen Catherine Boyd

I love it all.  Notice her pink chairs?  Eileen Catherine Boyd has some serious style!

Well I won't spoil the whole issue for you but be sure to flip through the virtual pages of the magazine over the weekend.  You can click on any of the images and be taken to that article.  
I promise you will not be disappointed!  

Will you incorporate the new honeysuckle pink into your home?!
Do tell.

I will be busy with Christmas parties and finishing my design board for my final design class on Tuesday night.  Aagh!  I can't believe it has gone by so quickly!  My posts may be sparse until then so that I can give school 100% of the effort it deserves.  Don't worry your pretty little heart because I will be sure to share my board when I'm done!

Have a fabulous weekend!  


  1. I just found your blog and am so glad I did! I love it! I'm a big fan of Lonny and I just love the color of the year, honeysuckle. I'm going to be working on a nursery for a client and this color will be used in the project. Love, love.

  2. I love using pink in all it's hues and tints, so this must be my year. (-: I have never heard of this magazine, thank you for the introduction.

  3. I love the color and would be so happy to work with it for a client. I'm more the deep raspberry tone for me, though. I think I'll be off trend for a while with all the brights coming in -- I'm a muted color gal.

  4. This is exciting news! Hot pink (honeysuckle) and turquoise are meant for each other, yes?

  5. There will be LOTS of honeysuckle-esque coloring going on for the wedding!! I just got the flowergirl dresses today!! =D


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