There’s no denying that bright and bold are in. Neutrals have their place, but this is color’s time to shine. We’ve talked about how to add color to your space before; furniture, lighting, and accessories are all great ways to incorporate brilliant hues. Today we wanted to take a look at the colors trending on the fashion runways for spring and summer 2017 and see how they might be interpreted in the home.
From rich lapis lazulis to light aquas blue of every hue could be found on the runways. Depending on the shade, blue and be calming or refreshing, but either way your space could probably benefit from the addition of some blue.
As Pantone’s color of the year you can’t go wrong including shades of green in your decor. Whether you bring some actual greenery into your home or just furniture in that color, green will help you feel more connected to nature.
Purple is the traditional color of royalty, so adding some purple to your room will let you feel like you’re the queen or king of your castle. The bold color can be more red based or more blue based, so it’s easy to find the right shade to work with the rest of your decor.
Whether a soft pale pink or a brilliant fuchsia a touch of pink will brighten any room. Use pink in moderation though, or your space will end up looking like a little girl’s room (unless you’re putting together a child’s room…then feel free to go wild).
Bringing to mind summer bonfires, orange will add a sense of warmth to your space and is sure to be an eye-catcher. It’s also a classic color when putting together a mid-century modern inspired space.
A bold yellow is sure to brighten and uplift any space. From springtime flowers to singing canaries there are so many things associated with yellow that can perk up your day. Adding some yellow to your decor will ensure you always have something around to cheer you up.
While more of a color family than a color itself, gleaming metallics will add a touch of sparkle and shine to your room that can’t be beat. Whether cool silver or warm gold you’ll be able to find the perfect accent for your color palette.
It’s time to go bold! Don’t let a fear of bright colors get in your way of embracing this trend. Even just a small pop of color in your space will bring up the mood of your room.