By now, everyone knows that Greenery is Pantone’s color of the year. However, not every little detail of your home can be covered in green. And now that Spring is rapidly approaching, everyone’s already thinking about bright and warm colors. So, what are the color trends we should be expecting for the upcoming season?
Primrose yellow is one of the colors featured in Pantone’s Spring color report and you know we love it. Why? Because it exudes Spring feelings and warm weather vibes. It’s also an excellent accent color, perfect to use in small details that will surely make your home design pop. See the example below.
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Pale Dogwood is almost a comeback to last year’s color of the year, Rose Quartz. However, this particular shade has a more nude feeling to it, and can be paired with either neutrals or bolder colors.
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Because neutrals are always a must have, Pantone chose Hazelnut for this year’s Spring trends. We love how it can be paired with other subtle tones and create a fancy but simple environment.
Island Paradise has got to be one of the freshest and most S/S reminiscent colors of this year. See how great it looks in a modern bedroom!
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Fire and fierceness. That’s what Pantone’s Flame tone brings to the table. It’s another great accent color for the upcoming season, that will surely look stunning in a kitchen, dining or living room.
Pink has come strong for the Spring, with it’s Yarrow shade. It’s another bold color that will create many lovers and haters. What do you think about it? Yar or nay?
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Niagara is probably the darkest shade of the whole Pantone color report for the Spring. However, when paired with the other colors, we can understand that it creates a beautiful balance between the fresh, bold and neutral colors.
Not quite what you’d expect for a Spring color, Kale is nevertheless a stunning green shade that can be paired with Greenery for a more sober and toned down look.
Another shade that, at first glance, you might not think about as a Spring color, Lapis Blue has a lot of potential as an accent color. We love it the most in a mid-century room, surrounded by raw white and a few green details. Check out the example below!
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2017 has already begun and everyone’s trying to figure out what will be the next big trends for the year. Luckily, today we’re here to talk about the biggest color trends, those of which you are more than encouraged to use in your new modern kitchen!
SEE ALSO: Pantone Trends for The Year 2017
As would be expected, Greenery just had to be at the top of our list. The freshness of Pantone’s color of the year will certainly bring great vibes and a cozy ambiance to your new kitchen. You can pair it up with multiple other colors, either pastel tones like Rose quartz and Serenity, or more vibrant colors like electric blue and bright red!
A tone very close to last year’s Serenity, Pastel Blue can look absolutely stunning in your kitchen. Just like in the example above, mix it up with some dark wooden colors and a few neutrals, and see your kitchen design be reborn before your eyes.
Yet another great pastel color, the Aqua Glass by Pantone can totally elevate your kitchen decor and make it look modern, with a hint of nostalgic…
That’s right! Another great color for your new kitchen is inspired by Pantone’s Bone White tone. A great neutral that can be used with several other brighter colors. It’s an easy road towards achieving a classy and elegant kitchen.
If you’re not ready to go full-black, you can start by using Pantone’s very dark shade Anthracite. We personally love it and it can – not so surprisingly – make up for an amazing kitchen design!
We just love this shade of green, almost beige, almost brown. It works great as a neutral, as well as a statement color. The secret is all in how you use it. In this case, the result was a very modern space, filled with elegance.
Because classics never die, a white kitchen on a dark floor always looks great. However, don’t go for the obvious white shade. We chose a similar color to Pantone’s Cloud Dancer, and you can see how lovely it looks…
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Drama and texture are the watchwords for this season and, to help you create and ambiance that has all that, we will show you the latest color trends for the Fall/Winter 2016, in order to achieve a perfect home design project.
See all the colors that you must have in your interiors this autumn/winter! As usual, all the color trends of this season are influenced by Nature’s autumnal tones like green, brown, yellow, warm and neutral colors! Throughout this article, you’ll find some looks to inspire yourself and help you prepare for this new season!
This color brings warmth mixed with an eye-catching contemporary edge, and it’s very simple to apply in your home, a new cushion, a new lampshade… You can always mixed with accents of oranges and calm grays, and be bold and add a statement sofa or chair to your living room.
Shades of gray still dominate the home design, with darker tones becoming more prevalent and combining perfectly with the ‘must-have’ mustard tones of the season. Grey can look totally at home in a traditional or modern interior design context.
Use dark natural colors bring depth to a room, especially within the green and blue spectrum. A palette of bottle greens and mosses can be layered up on their own for a single statement scheme or can be toned with navy and dark, inky blue tones to layer the look.
Dark tones will cause a visual stir in any room. Darker colors give your ambiance a sumptuous boudoir feel. As long as you think through your layered lighting for a room, a dark scheme can be powerful.
This season, you’ll never overuse purple. This shade continues to offer home design a vast variety of room looks based on this popular color and it shows no signs of losing its grip on many of the retailers’ interior ranges for Fall/Winter 2016. Mix the color with some floral patterns, paisley and folk inspired bohemian prints to bring a room totally up-to-date.
Following the summer trend color Rose Quartz, pink has seen a rise in popularity and not just in little girls’ bedrooms but as a statement color in any area of the home.
Gold will continue to dominate this season, used as a metallic accent combined with the dark tones trend. Always stunning, gold will continue to chase copper to be the winning metal of choice in your home ambiance this season.
Bringing a warm feeling to your home, velvet is always a good choice. There is an abundance of faux fur throws and cushions, tartans and chunky knits available to make your rooms look super cozy.
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The boss has spoken. Pantone has selected “Radiant Orchid” as the color for the next year. As you might remember (if you don’t check these posts “The official color guide: Pantone’s 2014 Spring trend colors” “How to decorate with 2014 Pantone color trends”) the very distinct color was in the selection for next year’s Spring trends and now was confirmed as the top tone…for the entire 2014.
Pantone explains that “Radiant Orchid blooms with confidence and magical warmth that intrigues the eye and sparks the imagination. It is an expressive, creative and embracing purple—one that draws you in with its beguiling charm. A captivating harmony of fuchsia, purple and pink undertones, Radiant Orchid emanates great joy, love and health.
Designers share their favorite ways to decorate with just a little or a lot of this captivating shade this season.
This fantastic color succeeds “Emerald” as the tone of the year.
If you’re dreaming up new color palettes for spring, designers agree that Radiant Orchid is the shade to bring home. Interior designer and blogger Ashlina Kaposta of The Decorista finds the shade to be a perfect expression of the season. “I love the energy that this pop of color brings to a room — sophistication, vibrance, happiness and style,” says Kaposta. For vibrant shades of this purple hue, try Benjamin Moore’s Lilac Pink. Whether on a feature wall, or a small furniture accessory, it’s sure to enliven your space this spring.
If you want to see and hear why Radiant Orchid was selected, click HERE and check the video! Enjoy
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