Twice a year, the Pantone Colour Institute releases a colour trend report, predicting the colours they expect to be seeing on the runways and trending for the upcoming season. This year—for the first time—they also added four classics for spring in addition to their top standouts.
Needless to say, whatever trends are happening in the fashion world are bound to trickle down to interiors and other facets of design, so we’re taking note on all fronts. We love how Pantone has strayed from the usual girly hues to a brighter, more unisex palette this spring.
This spring’s trend report by Pantone calls for a return to more vibrant hues. Get ready to decorate with this season’s hottest new shades.
This year’s green hue of choice is bold, which is unexpected in the best way possible. The corresponding shades of citrus and fresh greenery give the look of an urban jungle.
Rose Quartz’s soul sister, Peach Echo, is a bolder, more vibrant coral tone made to complement the dusty pastels. We’re sensing a return of these citrusy tones in recent months, and this just might be the beginning.
Serenity, the soft blue hue of the year, is a prominent top color this spring. It’s airy and calming, two things we all need in this sometimes hectic world. We think the hue is perfect for a bedroom retreat.
Get ready, beach—we’re coming for you! This deep striking blue, however, lends itself to even the most urban of settings.
Vibrant Buttercup is an unabashedly happy, bright tone—we love pairing it with textured neutrals for a cheery yet sophisticated worldly look. Use it in rooms where you spend your mornings, like bathrooms and kitchens.
Camel might have been the new black last fall, but Iced Coffee is taking its place for spring. Warm neutrals are here to stay, and we’re not mad about it. These soft, elegant tones are timeless and effortless, just like a chic work wardrobe.