The ultimate pantone guide

Use this guide to assist your colour selection and specification process for your branded merchandise, and ensure you have the right colours.

Introducing the ultimate Pantone guide.

Welcome to the ultimate handy resource for all things colour! Whether you're a designer, artist, marketer, or just someone who appreciates the beauty of colour, the Pantone Guide is your one-stop destination for unlocking the power of colour in your creative merchandise world. Pantone colours are like a special recipe for colours. When a brand uses Pantone colours, it means they're making sure that the colours on their merchandise are always the same. So, that T-shirt you love will have the same colours as the logo on your favourite mug. Think of it as a guarantee that the colours will be awesome and match every time you buy something from that brand. So, the next time you're shopping for branded merchandise, look for Pantone colours – they're like a secret code that ensures everything looks fantastic and also so it matches perfectly.



Explore the world of colours.

Colours are like the superheroes of your branded merchandise! They make things exciting and memorable. Imagine you have a favourite superhero with cool colours on their costume. Just like that, colours can make your logo or design stand out and be super memorable. When people see those same colours on your merchandise, they instantly think of your brand. It's like a secret code that says, "Hey, this is from that awesome brand!"

Colours also create feelings and moods. Bright and happy colours can make people feel cheerful, while calm colours can make them feel relaxed. So, when you pick the right colours for your merchandise, you can make people feel a certain way when they see or use your stuff. Plus, using the same colours every time (like with Pantone colours) makes sure everything looks consistent and professional. So, they are the magic that makes your branded merchandise fantastic, memorable, and super cool.


Why choose Pantone colours?

For over 50 years, Pantone has been the global authority on colour. This colour system is used by designers, brands, and creatives worldwide, ensuring seamless communication and accurate colour reproduction of any design or product being made. This is so we can clearly identify a colour by a code so it's never wrong. Pantone colours are more than just a colour-matching system. They're a hub for innovation, continuously developing tools and resources to empower your creativity.


Start exploring your Pantone colours.

Whether you're a seasoned professional or just beginning your journey into the world of colour, the Pantone Guide has something for everyone. Start exploring now and bring your creative visions to life with precision, style, and unmatched vibrancy. We have produced a huge list below of the different ranges of Pantone colours to help you choose specific colours for your branded merchandise. We can even match Pantones to your brand colours so just speak to our team and we will be more than happy to help you and advise on specific Pantone colours. 


This is how to check for your Pantone references from the chart below:

1.     Press CTRL & F together on your keyboard and then type the Pantone Reference.

2.     Press the Return key to tab across the different colours which contain the number you have entered.


Pantone colour guide: