Autumn had finally come, so for those who are searching not only for new high heels but also for new home decor pieces we prepared few tips on how to Stay in Fashion with Pantone Colors for Fall 2017. The colors shown by fashion designers in their collections at New York Fashion Week and other major catwalks enter our homes as well, so let´s highlight the top trends for fall 2017.
Leatrice Eiseman, Pantone Color Institute executive director, at the International Home + Housewares Show had revealed what color and design trends we can expect for upcoming season. Best part of it? Just like in fashion, it seems to be something for every single taste! Take a look at the Pantone Colors for Fall 2017 trends that will inspire you for the most stylish purchase of the season!
A palette made up of complementary blue and orange colors. Leatrice Eiseman described this trend as “quite an interesting color combination (…) it combines warm and cool tones that you just can’t avoid looking at.”
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Greens, like Celery, colors are combined with berry-infused purples and eggshell blue, symbolic of health, in this palette.
Think about bright yellow, lime popsicle and all other fun things that come together for this color scheme which Leatrice Eiseman described as the one that makes “people (…) stop and smile.”
Subtle hues such as Elderberry and Hawthorne Rose offer a new sense of strength. No wonder why Leatrice Eiseman commented that “pink has developed more power than ever before.”
The pallete of warm, earthy hues such as Cornsilk Yellow blending with rosy tones “reaches out and embraces many different cultures” commented Leatrice Eiseman.
A palette of neutral metallics (by AKA, the “new neutrals”) mixed with accents of dramatic Holly Berry red and yellow Sulfur colors.
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This palette is an eclectic mix of colors that evoke a sense of strength, power, and sophistication, all balanced with black and gold.
Leatrice Eiseman had described this subtle palette as “that seem to shine from within.” It’s a bright turquoise, pink and purple colors anchored with Brilliant White and Frosted Almond nod to technology.