Color Trends | Spring & Summer 2017

Every season, Color! looks at color forecasting tools such as the annual PANTONE Fashion Color Report which features the top 10 shades seen in fashion. This forecast effects fields beyond fashion, such as interior design and home decor. We’re excited t0 see this Summer and Spring’s lively color palette and incorporate the upcoming trends in home decor. We’ll share our thoughts on these colors and quick ideas on how to incorporate it them into your home this season. Let’s break this down!



With Pantone’s Greenery being selected as the color of the year, this saturated but natural green is a refreshing way to bring the lush outdoors inside.

Trendy greens paired with contrasting jewel-toned colors such as burnt oranges and hot pinks, takes jewel-tones from Winter to Summer.

Incorporate this color trend into your home with throw pillows, flowers, leafy green plants, and other accents.


Image Source


Already have a neutral color palette in one of your rooms? Add a trendy, saturated shade to the palette for a contrasting pop of color!

This can be an easy and temporary way to update your home for the season. Rugs, flowers, flower pots, posters, picture frames are small pieces that can make a big impact.

Don’t want to spend a dime? Displace colored items from a different room in your home to contrast against your neutrals.


Image Source


This summer, switch out your colored accent decorations with some minimalist white accessories to brighten up your interior spaces.

Add white to your outdoor living spaces through umbrellas or outdoor furniture to create a chic, clean, modern look in the day and nighttime.


Image Source


Blushes take the place of stereotypical pastels this Spring. Modernize these blushed colors by pairing them with dark colors and interesting metal accents such as copper or gunmetal.


Image Source


Mixing birch or other light woods with cool hues adds texture and a beachy, tranquil vibe to any room that is perfect for Summer.


Image Source


For more inspiration, go to

Did we make it sound too easy? Contact Color! for a customized plan to get your home ready for the upcoming season.

No Comments

Post a Comment