2017 Pantone Color of the Year: Greenery

January 26, 2017

This year the Pantone color, Greenery, is celebrated in designs and decor of various styles around the world. If you're not familiar with the color of the year here is a little info. Each year The Pantone Color Institute announces a symbolic color selection; a color snapshot of what is seen taking place in our global culture that serves as an expression of a mood and attitude (Pantone.com). 

The Pantone Color Institute has put together a collection of palettes that incorporates Greenery in a sophisticated way that relates to what all of us around the world see in nature (can see all palettes here). I have since seen Greenery in many different designs that range from modern to eclectic to  traditional. I usually gravitate towards more of an emerald green, but I put together a mood board using Greenery as an accent below that displays a more mid-century aesthetic using one of my favorite chosen palettes by Pantone; Deep Rooted. Are you a fan of this years Pantone Color of the Year??

Medium Mid-Century Wooden Lamp / Rejuvenation
Audrey Nightstand / west elm
Mid-Century Leather Tufted Bed / west elm
Linen Edlyn Ottoman / Anthropologie
Velvet Tillie Armchair / Anthropologie
Hand loomed Shine Rug / west elm
Arabic Print Wall Art / Anthropologie
Hot Pink Abstract Wall Art / Anthropologie
Tulips in Lesterware Wall Art / Anthropologie
Grasscloth Wallpaper - Silver / Serena & Lily
Pillow Me Ikat Throw Pillow / Etsy 
Belgian Linen Flax Ikat Stripe Duvet and Shams / west elm
Warmest Throw Yarn Dyed - Poppy / west elm


**Disclaimer: Images and information from Pantone.com used in this post**

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