The Pantone Peacock

Decorating Using Color Trends
by Miriam Schulman, @schulmanArt
Decorate your dining room for the holidays!
Looking to decorate your dining room for the holidays? Instead of turning to fall colors of orange, brown and red, take a cue from the fashion industry with Pantone color trend.  Using seasonless colors will let you enjoy your freshly decorated dining space all year round.

This extra large peacock artwork is created on a canvas that measures 24×36″. If you are looking for a large painting to make a dramatic statement in a foyer, this vertical peacock art will enhance your home decor. Wherever you decide to display the peacock art the artwork will give you pleasure throughout the years.

The Olympian blue rests on a brown stump the color of French roast coffee brown. The bird is silhouetted against a honey gold sky with the mottled rose leaves of a season-less landscape. The feathers range from bright chartreuse green to softer turquoise blue and ultramarine green. The colors are modern and can’t help but energize your interior making your home an artistic an inspiring place to be.

Original Peacock Art on Gallery Wrapped Canvas, no framing required!
Title: Peacock Predawn
Size: 24×36″ gallery wrapped Canvas, 1-1/2″ profile
Colors: Olympian blue, turquoise blue, honey gold, sapphire blue, ultramarine green, rose, french roast brown, bright chartreuse
Analyze the peacock painting &see all these rich fall 2012 Pantone colors in the art!

How many 2012 Fall Pantone colors can you spot in this painting?
French roast, Honey gold, Ultramarine green (in the grass), bright chartreuse, Olympian Blue, Titanium (in the bird’s feet), and rose smoke (in the sky)

Media: Gallery Wrapped Canvas-no glass required for framing, comes pre-stretched and ships flat

0 thoughts on “The Pantone Peacock”

  1. This is Catherine from @BazaarBayar – Google's got issues today! Such a great fresh color palette! Especially like the French Roast with the Olympian Blue, popped with Bright Chartreuse. The peacock painting is a wonderful way to bring everything together. Thanks for including our chartreuse overdyed Turkish carpet. The lattice motif is a subtle way to layer pattern into a room. I'm seeing chartreuse as nearly a neutral (!) now, since it works with so many other colors.

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