The Pantone Cafe Serves The Colorful Meal Of Your Dreams – Design You Trust

The Pantone Cafe Serves The Colorful Meal Of Your Dreams


For all you brunch-Instagrammers out there, the pinnacle of culinary aestheticism has arrived. Perched on Monaco’s waterfront Grimaldi Forum sits the Pantone Cafe, a pop-up restaurant where every single item is color-coded with a Pantone color chip.

h/t: thecreatorsproject. All images courtesy of the Pantone Cafe.


Lawrence Herbert’s color-matching system is renowned for it’s simple and minimalist organization. Seemingly every known-object has a Pantone color match, and now that includes your afternoon beach-side snack of Vanilla Ice 11-0414 ice cream. According to Pantone’s press release, the Pantone Cafe allows you to “color coordinate your lunch and taste the colors.”


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