2017 Colour Trends

Whether you take a contemporary, creative or traditional approach to your home décor, it’s always important to work within a palette to help effectively convey the design you are hoping to achieve. Forecasted colour tones for 2017 have mainly centred around Pantone’s Colour of the Year, which for 2017 is Greenery, a refreshing and revitalising yellow-green shade evoking spring, new beginnings and consciousness of the environment, while Farrow and Ball have opted for an exuberant pink and an understated sunny yellow. Various shades of white are predicted to be popular again this year, providing a perfect and neutral backdrop for colourful furniture. We look at how you can achieve the Pantone Greenery trend in your home: 



Alstons Camden Snuggler

This luxurious collection is the perfect colour match for Pantone’s Greenery. Featuring high-quality materials and Alston’s premium cold cure foam seat cushions, these beautiful pieces are the ideal way to bring the colour of 2017 into your living room.




Alstons Padstow Snuggler

Another great example of the yellow-green shade of 2017, this collection would look perfect against the Farrow and Ball sunny yellow selection.



Alstons Venice Accent

For those seeking a contemporary take on colour trends, the Venice collection strikes a perfect blend of graphic design and handcrafted beauty.



Parker Knoll Burlington

Bringing class and sophistication to any home, the luxurious upholstery on this beautifully designed furniture is a great way to add a pop of colour to your living room.



Sutcliffe Tuftable Hertford

For a more subtle interpretation of the Greenery trend, this set of chairs are a great way to incorporate the colour without it overwhelming the room.


For help on finding the perfect colour combinations for your home, get in touch with our experienced, knowledgeable staff by calling 01934 513740 or email us via the Contact Us page. You can also visit us at our furniture and carpet showroom on the High Street in Weston-super-Mare.

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Posted by Brian Skidmore
23rd February 2017

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