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If you want to be totally on-trend you should definitely know which colours Pantone thinks you should paint your home these in the next year. Find next year trends with us.
Pantone, the Colour Authority Institute, has just released its colour trends predictions for 2017. The next year will be the year of Kale. Their predictions are usually accurate and these colours can already be spotted at SS 2017 fashion shows.
This year, the list is absolutely subdued, featuring plenty of muted, earthy tones, as Kale and Hazelnut, with pops of primary colours, like Lapis Blue and Primrose Yellow.
Everything from fashion trends to furniture design is influenced by Pantone’s predictions: case in point, one of their colours of the year of 2016, Rose Quartz, has been seen everywhere from furniture for living room ideas to shoes and buildings.
Just recently, Pantone also released their colour report for Fall 2016, where beautiful and rich shades were presented.
Find inspiration with this trends for next year, with this free mid-century ezine.