Six New Color Trends For Spring 2017

Just like on the fashion runway, colors trends happen in home design. You can design an entire room around a palette, or simply update your accents or art. Either way, you will breathe fresh life into your spaces – which is a great way to start off Spring.

Our Creative Director Broc Clark has identified six fresh color trends that will transform your room into a fashion-forward statement. Pick the collection that represents your personal point of view. Then let us know which is your favorite in the comments below!

Day Dreaming

Day Dreaming. This palette puts pastels in the spotlight, with shades that evoke weightless thoughts that contrast to the heaviness of day-to-day stresses. Look for blue, pink, lavender and green in their lightest tones.


Florabundant. Just like its name implies, Florabundant fills your room with the sumptuous beauty of rich floral hues. This palette offers a lot of drama with shades like pink yarrow, chrysanthemum and red dahlia, combined with varying shades of green.

Country Comfort

Country Comfort. This palette features lots of wooden surfaces paired with 70s shades of navy, caviar, tan and Epsom. Accent pieces bring touches of brighter colors.

Glam Getaway

Glam Getaway. This color trend turns your room into a stylish escape by using the sophisticated colors of camel, ecru and taupe-grey. Antique brass adds a touch of class and allure, and shades of vanilla emphasize the dramatic lines for a look that’s stately and superb.

Peacock Alley

Peacock Alley. This color trend embraces our desire to connect with nature and incorporate alfresco experiences into our lifestyles year round. The palette is combined with abstract patterns to introduce decoration into this wholesome trend.

American Coast

American Coast. This palette is inspired by the brilliant water and umbrella-lined beaches of Bay Harbor, one of Michigan’s favorite destinations. You’ll find patriotic colors of red, white and blue, with splashes of sky and denim.

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