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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