Welcome to the next installment of our 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. Keep reading to explore this week’s hue: Flame!
It’s time to explore one of the brightest colors in the Pantone Spring 2017 lineup: Pink Yarrow. The yarrow flower has long been used for medicinal purposes and has come to symbolize health and healing. This makes it a perfect addition to the revitalizing Pantone Spring colors.
We love Pink Yarrow because it’s such an adventurous, fun color inspired by the vibrancy of nature. You can leap right into spring and even beyond to summer by adding a dash (or more) of this daring hue with accents and accessories. It really can be worked into any style and any space and we’re excited to show you how!
Welcome to our Pantone Spring color series! This week, we’re exploring Pantone’s Hazelnut! “This shade brings to mind a natural earthiness,” says Laurie Pressman, Vice-President of the Pantone Color Institute. Hazelnut’s ability to complement any color scheme makes it perfect for long-term investment pieces like a bed frame, sofa or dining set. Keep reading to gather inspiration on Hazelnut furniture and home decor!
Close your eyes and picture this: a white, sandy beach dotted with palm trees and cabanas, a warm breeze ruffling your beach towel, waves crashing onto the beach then receding into a serene ocean stretching as far as the eye can see.
Okay, so it’s still cold outside and we’re still bundled up to our ears. But imagine feeling as though you’re on vacation every time you walk into your living room. You can bring the tropics into your home with Island Paradise, one of the Pantone 2017 spring colors.
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.