Reduce research time by using our most popular PMS color chart. Colors in the chart are for reference only, Please note there is no substitution to a Pantone book, and these tools should only act as a guide.
When you look at a color on-screen, it looks entirely different than a color printed on a piece of paper using ink. Why? Because the RGB color spectrum and HTML hexadecimal model are used only on screens. They work by adding light to a dark screen. CMYK and Pantone work by subtracting the light reflected off a white piece of paper. Since you’re printing your design on paper (or cloth or whichever material you choose), it’s important to design using CMYK or a Pantone color right from the start.
Go to pantone.com for more colors.