Pantone Color of the Year
For those out of the design loop, Pantone chooses one—or, in last year’s case, two—colors for the year. These colors appear in home decor, in fashion, and in graphic design. Colors like this are chosen two years in advance and after careful analysis of color trends. Those who want to be in the loop about interior, graphic, or fashion design should definitely keep an eye—not only on the color of the year, but on the projected colors for spring: Island Paradise, Greenery, Pink Yarrow, Kale, Hazelnut, Lapis Blue, Primrose Yellow, Flame, Pale Dogwood, and Niagara.
Colors: Island Paradise, Greenery, Pink Yarrow, Kale, Hazelnut.
Holding a spring party? Try using some of these spring pops of color for your first soiree of the season.
For a casual affair pair coordinating paper straws with festive cups.
Plants can really open up a space and make it more natural–try it inside too.
Color coordinate your cupcakes for a well-rounded look.
Pink yarrow in a greenery vase? Yes please!
Colors: Lapis Blue, Primrose Yellow, Flame, Pale Dogwood, Niagara
Spring cleaning? Try a fresh new color scheme, too. We’ve picked a range from a deep blue to a pretty, pale pink that’s sure to brighten up your living space.
Flame, Primrose Yellow, and Niagara area match made in Heaven for a SouthWestern boudoir.
Pale Dogwood walls are the perfect muted backdrop.
Add a splash of vibrant color with a statement piece in bold Lapis Blue.
Fill an antique pitcher or watering can to hold fresh flowers for a bright pop of color.