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Spring 2014 Interior Design Colours

Spring 2014 Interior Design Colours

Pantone is the leading colour institute in the world. Every year, they select the top trending colours for not only fashion, but for graphic design and interior designing – and the industry and the people in it – listen.

Introducing Pantone’s Spring 2014 Interior Design Colours:

pantone spring 2014 colors

 

What do you think of their colour palette selection?

Take these colours and show them off in your home. Add a pop of colour in every room, and mix up the bold hues, subtle accents and neutral bases.

Take a look below at how you could potentially use these colours in your home.

-PLACID BLUE-

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‘Placid Blue’. As seen in The Meridian

Placid blue is “like a picture-perfect, tranquil and reassuring sky, inducing a sense of peaceful calmness.”

 

 

-VIOLET TULIP-

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Image via DecoSEE

Violet Tulip is a “romantic, vintage purple, evoking wistful nostalgia.”

 

-HEMLOCK-

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Image via Cathy Lara at Houzz

Hemlock is “similar to the verdant shade of springtime foliage; a summery, ornamental green, providing a decorative touch that’s very different from the greens of recent seasons”.

 

-PALOMA-

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The Monterosso

Paloma “serves as a quintessential neutral, interesting enough to be worn alone or combined with any colour for sophisticated poise”. 

-SAND-

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The Meridian

Sand is “a highly toasted and amiable neutral, conjuring images of the beach and the carefree days of summer”. Pantone suggests pairing Sand with Hemlock for a perfect, natural balance.

 

-FREESIA-

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Image via Elaine Richardson Architect on Houzz

Freesia is “a blazing yellow that is sure to illuminate wardrobes this season. It’s a tropical, floral-inspired shade with warmth and energy”. 

-CAYENNE-

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The Essence

 

-CELOSIA ORANGE-

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Image via Journey Home on Houzz.

Celosia Orange is “an optimistic, spontaneous hue”. Pair it with Violet Tulip for a captivating vision, similar to like a setting sun.

-RADIANT ORCHID-

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The Allure

Radiant Orchid is “a bold counterpart to Violet Tulip”

 

-DAZZLING BLUE-

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Image via Carla Aston on Houzz

Dazzling Blue is the “scintillating, polar opposite to Placid Blue” being a strong, vibrant colour that dominates. ~

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