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Turquoise is THE Colour for 2010


Turquoise is THE Colour for 2010


It's official.
Turquoise has been announced by Pantone as being the colour of the year 2010. More specifically, PMS 15-5519 Turquoise is the colour of the year 2010.

This comes as no surprise to us at ChristmasTime and we are ready and primed. Having searched the best on offer in the UK and Europe, we have pulled together items in this cool and tranquil shade for co-ordinating decorations across our ranges.

Whether you need hundreds of turquoise baubles or a few accent decorations to spruce up last years Christmas spectacle, ChristmasTime can help. Take a look at all things Turquoise on our website now...

And if you need our inspiration to assist your theme, try our ready made Cinnamon Ice package of decorations and table dressings featuring this easy to use colour.



Article Added: 2010-05-28 18:48:13

 
 
 
 
 
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