Interior Decorators Take Note of Pantone’s New Fall 2016 Color Report

Interior Decorators

Influenced by “the desire for tranquility, strength and optimism,” Pantone’s Fall 2016 Color Report is a treasure trove of inspiration for interior decorators. Featuring a range of earth tones combined with lush, vibrant colors, the report highlights ten colors that will drive interior design and decorating for the year to come. In this post, we’re going to take a closer look at a handful of these colors and discuss how they can be integrated into your home.

Riverside (Pantone 17-4028)

Riverside is a cool, soothing blue is the chief color of this year’s report. Ideal for large furniture pieces, door hardware and accents alike, the color is eye-catching while – at the same time – being subdued enough for repeated use within your home.

Sharkskin (Pantone 17-3914)

Grays are an essential ingredient in any successful color palette. Pantone’s Sharkskin is a wonderful foundation to build your home’s design upon. With its muted, neutral shade and its ability to pair well with other fall colors, Sharkskin is an easy choice when it comes to deciding upon your home’s color palette.

Potter’s Clay (Pantone 18-1340)

Almost a quintessential fall color, Potter’s Clay is a rusty orange that resembles the season’s falling leaves. As a neutral earth tone, it possesses a vibrant – yet natural – appeal that is certain to mesh well with your home’s fall and winter palettes.

At Flair Interiors, our team of interior decorators is constantly looking for new sources of inspiration. Browsing Pantone’s Fall 2016 Color Report, we are struck by the company’s ability to select grounded, approachable colors season after season, year after year. If you’ve been searching for a decorator that will work with you to transform your home into the sanctuary of your dreams, contact us today to discuss how we can help.

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