6 Designs that use Pantone’s Forest Floor to Bring the Outdoors In
In 2017, Pantone’s Color of the Year was Greenery: a fresh, zesty, and life-affirming shade of yellow-green, reminiscent of the first days of spring. This article explores how professional designers are incorporating Greenery and other nature’s neutrals from Pantone’s Forest Floor palette into their interior designs.
The past few years have seen the soaring popularity of plants and plant-inspired designs in home decor. The timeline of plant trends has included everything from succulents to elaborate indoor gardens to leafy embellishments, such as theMonstera Leaf—which was (seemingly) printed onevery curtain, throw pillow, pencil case, and romper manufactured during 2018. When Pantone introduced Greenery as Color of the Year 2017, it validated what consumers already knew: nature is always in style.
Today on the blog, we explore one of ten palettes inspired by Pantone’s Color of Year 2017, aptly named Forest Floor. Keep reading for designs and products in this earth-inspired palette.
Designs in Forest Floor
According to Abbey Stark—Senior Interior Design Leader for IKEA US—green paint is one of the biggest trends of 2019. To dial up the impact of your green, consider pairing it alongside gold, brass, or black matte finishes.
Green wall paint isn’t the only way to nod to nature. Many of the colors in the Forest Floor color palette err on the side of neutral, making it possible to match furniture and textiles in this palette with your existing decor.
Frutto Proibito Wall Covering in Seafoam & Lemon via Kravet
Using Vishion to Explore this Color Palette
Are you curious about how Vishion can help you explore your favorite Pantone paint colors? Download the Vishion app and take any of the colors from this palette to find fabric, wallpaper, furniture, or art.