I bet you didn’t see this coming from Pantone. Welcome to the Pantone Hotel. The famous swatch company that has influenced many industries, most notably fashion, is entering into the realm of hospitality service with their new Pantone Hotel.
The Pantone Hotel itself isn’t exactly new, but it sure is new to us! It was constructed in 2010. It all falls under Pantone’s attempt at “Pantone Universe”. An idea where anything and everything can be influenced by Pantone. We posted on this previously with Pantones Color of the Year
This hotel really screams Pantone too
At this Belgian designers’ paradise, guests immerse themselves in a realm of bright, minimalist colors like 520 C, 230 C and 377 C. Designed by architect Olivier Hannaert and decorated by interior designer Michel Penneman, the hotel features seven color palettes spread over 59 rooms. Belgian photographer Victor Levy created Pantone-hued photographs to go along with the color scheme of each room. There is a Pantone roof terrace, Pantone meeting rooms, Pantone bicycles and even Pantone coffee mugs to sip during breakfast. It is truly a Pantone paradise.
Here are a couple of shots of the hotel –
Designed by architect Olivier Hannaert and decorated by interior designer Michel Penneman, the hotel features seven color palettes spread over fifty nine rooms
Each room is themed with a specific Pantone – or an array of solid colors
Here is a shot of the building from the street view –
Certainly an interesting place to stay if you are ever in Belgium.
Anyone ever stay there? we would love for you to submit your pictures below!