The coming of spring begs for new and exciting changes to our home, and what better way to change than to try a new paint color? It’s exciting, engaging, and always interesting to try new paint colors.
Check out our 2017 Paint Color Trends for Spring!
With Greenery being Pantone’s Color of the Year and spring being all about those blooming flowers, it’s no surprise we’re starting with green. This hue presents a calm and comforting vibe, perfect for spring!
Light Pink Hue
Pink is one of the most famous colors connected to spring, and you can use it in many different ways - pink hues can easily go from natural to extravagant, and you have many options in between. But we like the more natural look!
White is great for spacious rooms, and this particular tone of stone white exudes a classy vibe, worthy of royalty!
The mother of all natural color tones! You shouldn’t underestimate this creamy beige, it’s more than just a “normal color,” as it can be used to achieve a wonderful effect. Above, you can see how good it looks for a simple workspace - it’s easy on the eyes, but still charming!
Ocean Blue + Orange
For something a little bolder, you can combine two opposing colors to create contrast. Blue and orange are the most famously abused of all color combinations, but you’ll be a little different if you pick ocean blue and coral orange. That’s how you turn a cliché on its head!
Yellow Walls + Orange Floor
Nothing says spring more than a bright sunny look, and this is what we’re going for here! Yellow can be very aggressive, but pick a lighter hue and voilá - you have a soothing look reminiscent of sunny days without actually burning your eyes.
Not everything has to be light; we also have room for bolder tones! The great thing about this coral pink though, is that it’s a strong color, but still easy on the eyes. You certainly don’t want your walls to be glitter pink, but coral pink is the perfect balance for a spring-like look!
Related: Pantone’s Top 10 Spring 2017 Colors
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