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Pantone Spring Colors 2017: Pale Dogwood

Pale Dogwood adds a subtle warmth to Pantone’s 2017 Spring color palette. See how you can incorporate this gorgeous hue into your home décor!

Welcome to our third installment of the Pantone Spring color series! This year, Pantone released a vibrant new color palette, and we’re showing you how to decorate your home with the season’s hues. In the next few weeks, we will continue giving you home décor tips for a vibrant and energized space, inspired by Pantone’s spring 2017 color palette. This week, we’re highlighting the warmth of Pale Dogwood.

“One of the things that we saw this year, was a renewed sense of imagination in which color was appearing in context that was different than the traditional,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute. “Reminiscent of the hues that surround us in nature, our Spring 2017 Fashion Color Report evokes a spectrum of emotion and feeling.”

Keep scrolling to learn more about Pantone’s Pale Dogwood.

Pantone Pale Dogwood

Pantone Pale Dogwood home inspiration

“Continuing the tranquil mood, Pale Dogwood is a quiet and peaceful pink shade that engenders an aura of innocence and purity,” says Laurie Pressman, Vice-President of the Pantone Color Institute. “The unobtrusive Pale Dogwood is a subtle pink whose soft touch infuses a healthy glow.”

Much like Rose Quartz last year, Pale Dogwood offers subtlety and a touch of restraint, especially when contrasted with the vibrant and flashy hues of the Pantone Spring 2016 lineup. This makes it a versatile complementary color for a wide range of schemes, from a palette of pinks to darker, bolder hues. It’s an ideal supporting player in nearly any setup.

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