Pantone Colour of the Year 2017

Colours play such an important role in the home and it seems like homeowners are always hanging on the edge of their seats for the release of Pantone’s colour of the year. For many years now Pantone have been setting the trends of colour that are obediently followed by the rest of the home improvement sector.

Pantone are the world-renowned authority on colour and provider of colour systems. They’re reputation has been well earned and to this day no one can even come close. Pantone’s colour identification and matching has been used across a wide variety of industries besides home décor such as fashion and print.

2017’s colour of the year is extremely interesting, unlike the previous year’s trend of the pale rose quartz and serenity they seem to have chosen a bold a bright colour that could make anyone green with envy.

You guessed it. The colour of the year for 2017 is Greenery. It is a fresh colour with “zesty” yellow and green hues that combine perfectly. The colour instantly summons thoughts of natural spaces filled with flourishing foliage and luscious landscapes.

Not only can the colour be used to create a relaxing atmosphere where one can take time to be calm and enjoy the scenery as you would if you were in the great outdoors but it also is the breath of fresh air that we need in our homes as urban life continuous to plough on.

Use Greenery in your home as a block colour that will separate the spaces in your home and create a calming yet collected focal point. The powerful tones that are repeated time and time again through the natural earth will create a feeling of authenticity and furthermore will make any room seem inviting and homely.

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