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The Pantone Hotel takes color as its cue.
Pantone salt and pepper mills ($20) make your kitchen colorful.
Topshop's line of Pantone socks ($14)
Pantone iPhone cases ($36).
Can't choose a color for your scarf? Go with all of them ($98).
Maybe it's February's endless gray talking, but right now we're all about vibrant bursts of color. Good thing Pantone--you know, the company behind those fanned color charts--is having a moment.
From apps to hotels, here's how to get in on the whole spectrum of fun:
The shade Not to say "we told you so," but we totally called Pantone's color of 2012: The reddish-orange Tangerine Tango (17-1463) works well in small doses around the home and is also our newest lipstick obsession.
The app Show your contractor exactly which yellow you're after, or perfectly match your walls to your ottoman with this genius iPhone app ($10), which lets you pull up instant swatches or snap photos of any hue to find the closest Pantone shade.
The kitchen must-have Two words: Pantone placemats ($104 for a set of eight).
The destination Ever wish you could live inside the color wheel? Book a night at the newly opened Pantone Hotel in Brussels, where you can choose your room based on palette.
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