Discover the hottest colors of 2017 that are bound to make an everlasting statement for your upcoming interior design projects. Inspired by Pantone’s report of trendy colors, design brand Covet House has developed a color report that will bring you plenty of home decor ideas. With Spring coming, it is befitting to make a few alterations in your interiors. To help you out, today we bring you four color trends and a wide variety of luxurious furniture pieces that follow that color scheme.
Flame is a flamboyant and vivacious red-based orange and definitely a spring color, which evokes the fiery heat that starts in spring to bring us into the summer. Flame is a vibrant red-based orange that will add personality to any space. It is not a neutral neither it is a super bold color and, for that reason, it is a great choice for a classic yet stylish home décor or hospitality project.
Lapis Blue is the last but not least of these color trends that you really need for the next spring/summer season. This intense, strong and confident color is a vivid blue that will help you create a strong and confident space. With the ability to evoke feelings of both calmness and vitality, it makes the perfect accent color for your project. Furthermore, blue is a versatile hue that looks wonderful whether in a living or dining room, adding a special touch without being overwhelming.
For a tranquil mood, Pale Dogwood is a quiet and peaceful pink shade that engenders an aura of innocence and purity. The unobtrusive Pale Dogwood is a subtle pink whose soft touch infuses a healthy glow.
Continuing with vibrant colors, Pink Yarrow is the pink that you will want to pair with everything. This tropical and festive color is the perfect color to draw attention and capture the great spirit of the upcoming season. Spring is the season to add color into a hospitality project. Don’t be afraid to play with accent colors, rich textures, and statement pieces. If you’re feeling brave, go with Pink Yarrow, a vibrant and whimsical pink that will steal anyone’s attention, whether through a statement furniture piece or small décor accessory.