Here is a collection of product showcases of Pantone colour palettes, from the 2014 Home + Housewares Show in Chicago. This is a companion image gallery to these previously published articles:

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Think pink with a Zoku ice treat maker, an iron and a Keurig coffee machine.
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Woody, arboreal tones recall a country escape and bucolic authenticity.
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Notice how the white of the KitchenAid machine still evokes a playful spirit when muddled with vibrant greens and purples?
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This palette has a darker, late autumn feel to it. Purple can be a very moody, emotional colour.
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This pastel-heavy palette mixes the very adult maroon coffee machine with the childlike wonder of assorted lollies. Prefer others.
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This verdant showcase is the embodiment of spring finally breaking through after a harsh winter. New Hampshire brought to life and a lovely collection for colder, rural climes on Australia’s Eastern interior.
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There is a thoughtful intensity in the depth of these colours, as though each individual pot, pan, plate and candle has a story to tell.
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The De’Longhi Icona Vintage toaster in DolceVita catches the eye and then sweeps up the other retro-classic 1950s style homewares. The Icona Vintage range was made to be in this showcase!
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“Blue…is an international favorite and many customers are dedicated to it,” said Pantone’s Lee Eiseman. “But even though it’s been a big seller, you need to ask yourself, ‘What shade of blue and what intensity do you use to get newness out there?'”