Once again, Pantone has looked into their crystal ball of home decor and pulled out nine color palettes they expect to trend hard in 2017. And while there are tools to help you choose the perf color combos, it can be tough figuring out how to make Pantone’s gorgeous color schemes work IRL. That’s why we’ve put together this guide on how to incorporate each of the nine palettes into your home, starting with the Day Dreaming shades. This particular palette features all kinds of pastel goodness and is reminiscent of 2016’s Rose Quartz and Serenity Blue look, but with the addition of pale yellows and greens. Whether you’re considering a kitchen makeover or your bedroom color needs a refresh, here are 18 rooms that’ll show you how to bring those pretty, pretty pastels into your home.
2. Beachy Hues: This cute bedroom certainly doesn’t skimp on the pastel. Light blues, pinks and grays all play a role, together with bright artwork and accessories. Don’t be afraid to mix various colors-as long as the tones are the same, your space will look cohesive and tasteful. (via Urban Road)
3. Patterned Duvet: Pastels pair well with mixed metals, rough wood texture and geometric shapes. Bright, cozy and relaxing, this may just be the perfect look for your next room makeover. Add a potted plant for a refreshing touch of green and complete the look with light blue sheets and a unique area rug. (via Urban Outfitters)
4. Pastel Circus: With the right accessories, pastels offer up a surprisingly modern edge. Soft yellows and oranges quietly energize a space without overwhelming the subtlety of the pastels.
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7. Bright Dining: Pastels look hip and trendy with punchy accents, like mint green or bright yellow. Anchor the space with a rustic wood dining table and clean, modern dining chairs.(via Kim Timmerman)
8. Mismatched Seating: This sleek dining room is a beautiful example of how well pastels work with other colors. A navy area rug is the perfect complement to bright turquoise and white dining chairs. The end look is *almost* nautical, but in a totally new and trendy way.
(via Adore Magazine)
9. Pretty Farmhouse: Soft pops of fun color perk up an all-white breakfast nook, while the unfinished wood and plethora of potted plants keep it feeling like a calm oasis. Add lots of textures to create different points of interesting contrast, ensuring the simple color palette doesn’t fall flat.
(via Patchwork Harmony)
10. Pink Cabinetry: When you’re adding pastels to your home, don’t forget the bathroom! Try mixing your pastels with copper or gold hardware, geometric throw rugs and special touches like pretty soap and potted plants. (via Amber Interiors)
15. Strawberry Fields: It’s a well-known fact that switching out your throw pillows and wall art with the seasons is the easiest decorating trick for your home office. Pink fur pillow? We’ll take two.(via Proper)
17. Powder Blue Cabinets: Give your kitchen cabinets a Pantone-inspired update with a fresh coat of light blue paint. Finish off the Day Dreaming palette with pink, yellow or light green kitchen towels or an area rug. (via My Domaine)
18. Pink Accents: Pastels are a great way to brighten up the kitchen. And don’t think light shades are just for summer -those wintry gray days could totally use a dose of light pink cheer.
(via Apartment Therapy)
source:brit.co by :Kate Thorn