How will you be incorporating Pantone’s 2017 color of the year into your home?

As the days get lighter, many of us are searching for new ways to welcome Spring into our home.   The 2017 pantone color of the year, “Greenery” is making headlines for it’s vibrant yet earthy tones, and is a perfect reflection of the new season.

Pantone announced, “Greenery is a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew. Illustrative of flourishing foliage and the lushness of the great outdoors, the fortifying attributes of Greenery signals consumers to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate.”

And, we can certainly see why. This stunning shade has a way of reminding us of nature in nearly any setting.

Live Greenery

The easiest way to incorporate “Greenery” is through greenery itself! Even just a few plants can ad wonders to a room. Consider caring for low maintenance hanging plants such as the Spider plant, or Ivy. Another option, is getting potted plants such as cactuses or succulents.  Add them to shelves, tables, and surfaces near light.

Eugene has a variety of home & garden stores including Gray’s Garden Center , Down to Earth & Pierce Street Gardens.

Painting with Greenery

If your looking to go above and beyond plants, then commit to painting an accent wall or even a whole room! Balance the green hue out with other shades of green, black and white. Consider adding touches of hazelnut, and textures of wood to compliment the fresh outdoor color.

Just down West 11th, Sherwin Williams has an array of hues to choose from.

 

Accents of Greenery

Greenery in small doses can ad life to any space. Accents such as throw pillows, covers as well as paintings paired with white create a modern interior design.

Eugene has so many home decorating stores! The World Market, Tj Maxx Homegoods, and Bed, Bath  & Beyond are among the most popular.

From bold painted walls to accents of greenery through plants and textures, this new earth tone is hard to resist. Will you be incorporating “Greenery” into your home, or do you have another color in mind to reflect Spring?

 

This article was made possible thanks to the following websites:

pantone.com 

dream-decor.com 

thouswell.co

www.bh.com/

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