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How to decorate with Pantone’s spring palette

Light green, also known as "hemlock", is a great neutral color.

Light green, also known as "hemlock", is a great neutral color.

By now you know that Pantone has named Radiant Orchid its top color of the year, but this purple hue isn't the only popular shade for spring. If you're not a huge fan of magenta and prefer a subtler palette, there's no need to fret! The spring color report is filled with a variety of options, ranging from cool blue to warm orange. Browse some of the shades below and learn how to use them in your home:

  • Celosia orange: After a drab winter, use this accent color to add a pop of pizzazz to your living room. It looks wonderful when paired with other warm colors, such as deep red or brown. 
  • Hemlock: "Hemlock is fresh pastel green that lies somewhere between sage and mint green," writes Jen Wallace of Ecosalon. "It's a refreshing versatile green that can take center stage or can also work as a neutral. Hemlock is a color that can work well as a base color for the walls, flooring or sofa, but can also work as a pretty accent color too." The great thing about this shade is that it's completely gender-neutral and can be used in a feminine bedroom or a shared living space.
  • Placid blue: This soft cool-toned shade keeps you at ease. Similar to the sky on a spring day, its light, subtle and peaceful. And don't think that this baby blue is only acceptable in a nursery! Placid blue can be a great neutral color and works well in nearly every room in your home. Try painting your bathroom walls this color for an on-trend look.

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