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Interior plant styling: the Pantone Spring Palette

Cheerful Pastels & Grounding Neutrals

‘Popcorn,’ ‘Bubble-gum’ and the imaginatively named ‘Fragile Sprout’ are just some of the colours in the 2022 Pantone Spring/Summer colour trends. Ten stand-out colours and five classic tones have been chosen to reflect our connection with nature and our need for comfort and familiarity.

Spring bulbs and flowers are perfect for translating this trend into retail spaces and homes, so taking a selection of this season’s colours, here’s how to create the look of spring 2022.

 

Stand Out Colours Core Classics

Popcorn – pale yellow Poppy Seed – grey Bubble-gum – bright pink Humus – brown Cascade – Teal White Alyssum – off-white Supersonic – bright blue Fair Green – sage green Potpourri – pale pink

Coral Rose - orange

Popcorn and Bubble-gum

Inject a zap of colour with this combination of cheerful Popcorn yellow and lipstick Bubble-gum pink. Choose bright daffodils in bold pots, or plump double tulips in metal troughs.

Cascade and Poppy Seed

An eclectic mix of ceramics in the more subtle shades of Cascade and Poppy Seed are livened up with this season’s blue ‘Super Sonic’ in the shape of hyacinths and muscari. Popcorn yellow narcissi completes this spring collection.

Humus and White Alyssum

Earthy brown ‘Humus’ and soft ‘White Alyssum’ are reflected in this quartet of white, bell-like muscari in weathered terracotta.

Potpourri

Bring spring indoors with a low, classically shaped ceramic bowl filled with Potpourri pink scented hyacinths.

Coral Rose

What a trio! Blast away the winter blues with this combo of Coral Rose, Bubble-gum and Popcorn coloured primulas.

And as for Fragile Sprout? Described as sharp and acidic, think cyclist’s high vis jacket…


For more information on Pantone’s colour trends visit www.pantone.com


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