At the end of 2016 Pantone announced Greenery as the 2017 colour of the year.
With updates from their spring, summer and fall predictions so far this year, we decided to take a look back over 2017 and see if our love for Pantone Greenery still held strong.
Taking inspiration from bloggers, online stores, and images that caught our eye, we feel adding Greenery as a subtle touch or a loud statement within your home is the way to go.
Adding style to a functional item is a very clever way of incorporating into your home what would of be seen as a mundane everyday item.
The streamline glass panel and striking colour makes this radiator far from ordinary! Standing out for all the right reasons, and adding a designer edge to the room.
If you’re looking to add a touch of Greenery go with the Aestus Copy Classic designer radiator in the image above, or take a look at the other colours available at DesignerRadiatorShowroom.co.uk.
Fun comfy couch
So many people opt for a grey sofa, yes it’s neutral and you can add colour and patterns via cushions to create more personality, but why not purchase a sofa with style and personality in the first place.
Blogger Amanda Holstein decorated this stunning New York Apartment including the buttoned sofa from Urban Outfitters.
What a fun way of adding Greenery to your home, the style and colour really adds to the appeal of the living room.
Greenery doesn’t have to be used as one bold colour, as you can see in the image above it can also be the base on which to paint further designs.
Once painted over with a clear acrylic vanish it looks truly exotic as it gives it not only a protective layer but a subtle shine.
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You don’t need to shy away from this colour, it’s a fun colour but Greenery also has a calming and welcoming affect.
The great news is that for many years now modern kitchens are no longer seen as the staple of designer London apartments.
Old and new homes throughout the UK incorporate the different styles available embarrassing rather than shying away from the juxtaposition.
Pop of colour
Without taking away the minimalist feel to this room, this spectacular modern fire surround painted in Pantone Greenery, adds a great pop of colour to an otherwise muted pallet.
What a great feature wall and focal point for a room where you can curl up on the sofa in front of the fire, or feel confident in the knowledge that your centre piece shines when entertaining guests.