PANTONE SHADED SPRUCE

One glimpse of this color and my stress levels instantly drop. It’s a soothing shade of blue-green that Pantone calls ‘Shaded Spruce’. It’s part of their 2017 Fall Fashion Color Report for New York. I have a feeling this one will be especially popular. I’ve already seen a lot of love for a similar color trend called Marea Baja. I can’t wait to see what the coming year has in store for this teal blue color. But for now, let’s have a look at some ideas for working ‘Shaded Spruce’ in to our lives.

A ‘Shaded Spruce’ accent wall is a great way to add a restful vibe to a bedroom design…

teal green accent wall in bedroom

Bedroom by Damon Liss Design | Stylist: Emily Rickard | Photo by Eric Piasecki/OTTO

Mid-century modern lovers just love this teal blue. These ‘Shaded Spruce’ accent pillows fit in perfectly with this look…

mid-century modern chairs with teal pillows

Interior by Gaile Guevara

This living room design has the perfect balance of cool tones with warm accents and the ‘Shaded Spruce’ wall color sets the tone for the whole look. Just beautiful!

teal blue living room with khaki green sofa

Living Room by MJ Lanphier

Add this color trend to your wardrobe with a teal blue blouse paired with a black leather skirt and boots. I’ve always been a huge fan of the black/teal combo!

This cross between jade and teal fits in perfectly with colorful, Boho style spaces…

colorful pillow pile against teal green wall

Image Courtesy of CB2

Here’s a space I could hang out in for hours. I love the contrast of the teal upholstered bar stools against the white tiled bar front. And, the gray reclaimed wood is pretty awesome too!

restaurant bar with teal green stools

Bar Image Courtesy of The Shoreditch House

A great way to make warm toned pieces ‘pop’ is placing them against ‘Shaded Spruce’ painted walls…

Pink and teal. Another great color combo!

pink and teal color palette

Color Palette by Design Seeds

This wallpaper is gorgeous. A great mix of teal, jade, white and gold tones…

For a bit of mystery, go with a ‘Shaded Spruce’ upholstered sofa against a charcoal gray painted wall…

Here’s another teal green and black combo. Just gorgeous!

‘Shaded Spruce’ really pops against wood tones and white as well…

Beautiful! This french entry door really makes me long for a trip to Europe…

A teal colored wall tapestry is another great way to add a Boho vibe to your space…

Or, maybe teal velvet upholstery is more your thing? So fun!

White, teal, black, chrome and light wood. This palette is perfection!

Here’s another ‘Shaded Spruce’ outfit that really caught my eye…

You can also pull off cottage style looks with this teal blue color trend…

Shop this color (some cool things I found on the web)…

pantone shaded spruce interior design product roundup

1.Hobo Sheila Bag | 2. Ruffle Scarf | 3. Metal Barstool | 4. Vintage Rug | 5. Teal Striped Pillow | 6. Diamond Rug | 7. Studded Scarf | 8. Hobo Vida Handbag | 9. Distressed Metal Stool | 10. Braided Rug | 11. Elkton Pillow | 12. Ginessa Rug | 13. French Country Table | 14. Teal Patterned Pillow | 15. Copper Silo’s | 16. Teal Duvet Cover | 17.  Insulator Light Pendant | 18. Ionic Rug | 19. fl/y suspension lamp | 20. Love Pillow | 21. Amour Ottoman | 22. Cherie Chair | 23. Bristow Bar Stool | 24. Sofia Rug | 25. Fargo Pouf | 26. Teal Poinsettia | 27. iPhone Case | 28. Annora Accent Chair | 29. Wrap Bracelet | 30. Console Table | 31. Marbled Wake Print | 32. Striation Wallpaper | 33. Almanzora Table Lamp

Would you like to see more of this color trend? Good news! I put together a Pantone ‘Shaded Spruce’ Pinterest board just or you…

Some colors similar to ‘Shaded Spruce’ that you might like…

Some designs featuring ‘Shaded Spruce’ that you might like…

 

Comments

  1. Bianca

    Wonderful choice of images. I love that this colour which you don’t often see used so boldly, can be successfully presented both as a colour saturated envelope or broken crisply with white.

    -Bianca
    1. Bobbi said Post author

      Thank you Bianca! I’ve always loved this color even when it wasn’t a popular trend. I like to see it with black and white accents!

      -Bobbi said

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