A palette that balances bold hues like bright pink and electric blue with quiet, calming tints. Learn how to style these fashionable colours in your home.
Pantone’s Spring/Summer 2023 palette for London Fashion Week takes a fearless approach to colours, mixing vibrant hues for a burst of style. With bright pink, sky blue and soothing green seen on the runways, these colours are making their way into our interiors. Read on for tips to style Pantone colour trends in your home.
Much like pops of bold accessories bring a simple outfit to life, the same is true for a room with a neutral base. In a white dining room, for instance, you can use vibrant accents to add personality. Take a cue from Pantone’s palette with pendant lamps in Pantone’s Iced Mango, a kitchen backsplash in Pantone’s Electric Blue Lemonade and accent pieces in Pantone’s Blazing Yellow. Choose a wooden dining set for warmth and cosiness.
An elegant and calming grey, Pantone’s Oyster Mushroom is a sophisticated neutral for dining room walls. Create a modern, designer feel with a marble and chrome dining table paired with grey velvet chairs. Use your soft furnishings, like a rug and curtains, to bring texture and warmth - keep to a grey and white palette for an ultra chic style.
Green continues to be a key trend in 2023, with softer tones doubling as a refreshing neutral. Use Pantone’s Grayed Jade in your home office, where it promotes focus, calm and productivity. Keep the overall look clean and airy by pairing a simple white desk with a black chair. Use black accents through minimalist shelves and wall frames for a smart, stylish feel.
Bright tonal looks are another key trend seen on runways. In the home, use a sky blue like Pantone’s Airy Blue on your walls then layer pops of Pantone’s Electric Blue Lemonade through your cushions and artwork. Punch up the contrast even more with vases and pottery in Pantone’s Iced Mango and Pantone’s Persimmon. Keep the look clean and contemporary with a light grey Scandi inspired sofa.
Whether it’s fashion or interiors, neutrals remain timeless and sophisticated. Capture this feeling with walls in Pantone’s Mocha Mousse, a milk chocolate brown that doesn’t overwhelm the room. Balance the look with a contemporary light grey sofa and pops of bold accents, like throw cushions in burnt orange and Pantone’s Bluing. For more ideas, discover other colours that go with a grey sofa.
Bright pinks are having a moment, as we’ve seen in fashion, beauty, movies and now, our homes. Using this bold hue with style comes down to contrast and accessories. Introduce a vibrant feature wall with Pantone’s Pink Cosmos then layer pops of pastels for a playful mix of colours. Add cushions and throws in Pantone’s Airy Blue and Pantone’s Iced Mango. Ground the room with a grey fabric bed, crisp white sheets and clean, minimal accessories.
For a chic and classic combination, try two-tone walls in white and Pantone’s Tender Peach. Delicate and feminine, peach has a comforting effect and creates a dreamy feel when paired with other soft colours. Bring in a soothing green tone like Pantone’s Grayed Jade and layer cream and white bedding on a soft grey fabric bed.