Tag Archives: 2017 color trends

PANTONE PRIMROSE YELLOW

pantone primrose yellow interior design

Dining Room by Lee Design and Interiors | Polly Ombre Throw | Entry by Chango & Co. – Photo by Sean Litchfield

Oh…yellow. It adds brightness and cheer in a way no other color can do. Strategically placed in interiors as accents, it can really make magic happen. I especially like the More

PANTONE HAZELNUT

I’m continuing my exploration of the Pantone 2017 Spring Fashion Color Report with a creamy light brown called ‘Hazelnut’. You could describe this color as light More

PANTONE PALE DOGWOOD

The dusty rose color trend is still going strong this year and is expected to stick around for 2017!  Pantone has a version of this hue in their More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS ICELANDIC

Today’s color trend is a heavenly shade of sky blue called Icelandic. It’s a member of the Noir palette in the More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS MAREA BAJA

I would describe this color trend as a peacock blue or possibly a dark teal blue. It’s a lovely blue-green mix that adds spunk to any color palette. I often see this More

MATURE GRAPE

I’ve always been a bit hesitant to use purple in my interiors projects. Maybe it’s because I’ve had so many clients veto purple palettes in the past. But, I really do More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS ACIER

This color has always been a favorite of mine. I’ve heard it called olive gray. Sage green. Army green. Even grunge green. But, it’s basically a More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS STARDEW

sherwin williams stardew used in interior design

Kitchen (top) by Amitzi Architects | Albany Natural Textures Distressed Wood | Kitchen (bottom) by Etelamaki Architecture, Photo by Mikiko Kikuyama

Today’s color trend is a hard one to pin down. It’s sort of a cross between a robin’s egg blue and a duck egg blue. Some might even call it a More

SHERWIN WILLIAMS MOUNTAIN AIR

sherwin williams mountain air color card

Bathroom by Interior Design Journey | Closeup of Surya Tilda Throw | Bedroom Photograph by Leslee Mitchell

Today’s color trend is a breath of fresh air (*relaxing sigh*). Mountain Air to be exact. It’s a tranquil shade of seafoam green with just a hint of More