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Decorate Your Home With Greenery

Decorate Your Home With Greenery

Decorate Your Home With Greenery – The Pantone color of 2017 is the greenery, which is really refreshing and revitalizing. Speaking of greenery, the first thing that comes to my mind would be the spring, as there are many leaves in greenery. It’s certain that greenery will remind you of the beautiful nature, and remind you of protecting the environment that we live in today. To have a little change in our home could light us up easily. Also, the Pantone colors are likely to be trendy, it’s time for use to decorate our home in greenery, right now. Here are some simple ideas for you.

Rose Quartz: Color Of The Year 2016

Rose Quartz: Color Of The Year 2016

Rose Quartz: Color Of The Year 2016 – Rose Quartz has the grace of the minerals it gets its name from and is perfect to fit ambiances, as well as interior details, fabrics, table sets and much more. Rose Quartz has a lot of use possibilities and we can already forsee their success. Fashion is already displaying amazing designs in this tone, designers are studying how to better include it in their new projects.

Rose Quartz is a very soft pink, but do not be afraid of pink in the home. Rose Quartz is a persuasive yet gentle tone that conveys compassion and a sense of composure.

Cayenne Color Interior Trend 2014

Cayenne Color Interior Trend 2014

Cayenne color interior trend 2014 evokes a complex mix of warm and comforting tones: a coral base with a touch of peach and one of warm pinky-red. It recalls African sunsets, with all of their warmth and peace. This high-energy, reddish orange hue heightens the excitement in any room and adds instant happiness in your interior design. Bold and a bit exotic, it pairs well with shades of grey and teal and can make neutrals pop.

Cayenne color interior trend 2014 in any shade is going to be a huge hit. From bright red walls to pale red bedspreads, this color is going to be hot by January of 2014. Interior designers will infuse their spaces with Cayenne especially when mixed with neutrals or the other pastels in this spring’s crop of color.