How Color Inspires Travel
In partnership with the Pantone Color Institute
In celebration of the 20th Pantone Color of the Year, Tribute Portfolio has teamed up with Pantone, a global authority on color, to create an immersive tribute to color at select Tribute Portfolio hotels around the world.
The Pantone Pantry by Tribute Portfolio will be a first-of-its-kind pop-up experience that celebrates the power of color and the joyful pursuit of travel to inspire creativity, ignite imaginations and connect communities. Each taking place in a Tribute Portfolio hotel, the interactive series will be customized to reflect the character and personality of its host city and designed to take guests on a whimsical journey of character, color, and captivating design as it travels.
To celebrate, we’re highlighting trending destinations and color palettes for the year ahead. Stay tuned for more on this traveling pop-up series and how you can attend in 2019.
Here’s a peek at where color lovers meet wanderlust:
Trending destination: Savannah, Georgia.
Newly opened on Savannah’s revitalized riverfront, The Alida is the essence of Southern hospitality offering timeless charm and custom designs with no two rooms alike. Paired with PANTONE 18-0317 Peachskin: a dusty peachy pink hue whose inherent soft and subtle warmth invites you down a path of creative and unexpected combinations.
Trending destination: Chicago, Illinois
Hotel Zachary’s design plays up the deep architectural roots of Chicago and pays homage to its namesake, Zachary Taylor Davis, the world-renowned Wrigley Field architect. Paired with PANTONE 18-0317 Bronze Green: a natural and fertile urbane green that draws you near and inspires communal connections.
Trending destination: San Diego, California
Housed in the former San Diego YMCA building, The Guild is set to open in the spring of 2019 bringing modern nostalgia and stunning design to the Gaslamp District. Paired with PANTONE 13-1511 Pink Salt: A gentle, yet strong embracing pink shade that illustrates our desire for authenticity and continued need for compassion.