9 Subtle Ways to Use Pantone's Spring Color Palette in Your Home
Thursday, April 7, 2016
We chose our favorite shades from Pantone's 2015 spring color palette and put together an inspiring list to help you incorporate these tones in your home.
This spring, popular home decor is all about minimalist accents and palettes inspired by nature. Pantone describes its spring 2015 color palette using the French expression "En Plein Air" - meaning "in the open air". This phrase is often used to describe the act of painting outside and is the perfect representation for this relaxing color palette that is inspiring designers to create an at-home retreat where home owners can unwind from a long, hectic day.
More and more designers are opting for the softer side of the color spectrum with cool choices and subtle warm tones. To incorporate these trends in your personal style, we recommend starting with a neutral base and playing with accessories and small pops of color. We chose our favorite colors and collected a few inspiring ideas to help you bring these tones in to your own home.
1. Scuba Blue
2. Lucite Green
3. Toasted Almond
5. Glacier Grey
8. Lavender Herb
9. Classic Blue
Which Pantone color is your favorite for spring? Comment below to let us know! For even more inspiring decor ideas that pull from nature, check out our blog post on natural spring decor ideas here.