How to Decorate with Pantone’s Color of the Year
Four ways to incorporate 2017's Greenery into your space!
Published Dec 9, 2016 5:00 AM
Coming off the heels of Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year announcement, we set out to explore the many ways in which we could incorporate the color into our space. From the big and the bold, to the more understated of forms, we discovered an array of inspired methods for decorating with the vibrant shade. Take a look!
What better way to embrace this green than in its most natural form? From tropical plants to vividly detailed prints and wallpapers, florals will become an even greater part of our decorative efforts this year.
We’re seeking inspiration from natural greens in their quintessential forms, implementing them in various modes throughout the home.
With spring, comes a new wave of entertaining styles and aesthetics. Channeling the spirit of revitalization and renewal, bright greens become a common sight, seamlessly transitioning with the season’s best.
For the tabletop display, filter in decorative accents that embrace the bright shade of green – think of it as a less committal approach to incorporating the trend into your home.
Tabletop and kitchen basics proudly bare the vibrant green, casting a bold finish to the space they will come to occupy.
It’s hard to pass on textiles – be it rugs, throws, pillows, or window treatments – offered in a neutral color scheme or pattern. Albeit it may stand the test of time, a colorful update, here and there, never hurt, especially in an oh-so-trendy shade!
For the more daring decorator, opting for a statement piece that comes in the Color of the Year, goes without saying. We’re looking to the bigger ticket items including, streamlined seats and ingeniously-crafted accent tables, for inspiration.
From the iridescent to the more simple and understated, decorating with this year’s lustrous shade of green comes sans any limits. We’ve got our eyes on the mid-century modern take of the color trend, coupled with lightly stained, wooden details.