Editor's Picks

Patterns for the Pantone color of the Year 2023

Published: 18/02/2023

The Pantone Color of the Year 2023 is Viva Magenta. This time in Editor’s Pick we seek patterns to match this trendy color. Don’t forget that it is always possible to ask us to add this color to any of our already existing patterns, or to change colors to match those patterns better to your collection.

Patterns with the Pantone Color of the year 2023 Viva Magenta

These patterns have a fruity shade of magenta. The first pattern is Tanja Kallio’s “Vadelma” (raspberry) with a generous raspberry crop. It is inspired by what you see when crouching down in a wild raspberry bush. This painted pattern has a romantic volume.

Also, the second pattern is Tanja Kallio’s and it is called “Mansikka” (strawberry). Who would not like to taste strawberries when they are most delicious? This painted pattern is with pictures of strawberries when they are too beautiful to eat.

The third pattern is designed by Ilana Vähätupa. It is called “Tilli” (dill). It celebrates the garden’s edible treasures and their visual beauty, and the practice of painting with only a few colors.

These patterns have only a hint of magenta and quirky themes. They all are designed by Hanna Ruusulampi.

The first pattern “Locks” was inspired by antique keys and locks and has a folkloric vibe as well as its companion “Rosettes” which is the second pattern. The third fun pattern is called “Karamelli” (candy) which has a bunch of candies that have stuck together.

These patterns have a luscious hue of magenta and bright exotic colors. The are designed by Miira Zukale.

It is a pattern family called “Orchard” and has three patterns: “Leaves”, “Pomegranate” and “Bloom”. The colorful pattern collection Orchard was born from these rough drawings. In the pattern called Blossom, there are stylized pomegranate flowers and fruits. It’s colorful and cheerful and it’s suitable for both interior design and fashion.

These patterns have maybe a more purple hue of magenta.

The first pattern is called “Harvest” and it is designed by Anna Kuukka. In this pattern, Anna is combining watercolor painting with a digital collage technique. It is inspired by the lovely hues and textures of Nordic garden berries. The second pattern is designed by Miira Zukale and it is called “Niitty” (meadow). It is inspired by hilly meadows and old-time dress fabric patterns. The third pattern is Hanna Ruusulampi’s “Lehtiköynnös” with winding vine. This delicate pattern is suitable for small children’s bedding, clothing, and other purposes.

Editor’s Picks are curated patterns designed by Finland-based textile and surface designers. The editor chooses a theme, makes a search in our digital pattern library, picks some of the best matches to the theme, and presents the patterns for you. These patterns are available for licensing in various product groups and markets. Get in touch for more information!