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A Little Splash of Color: Color Trends for 2022-23

To me, Fall has always felt like a gathering season—gathering family, gathering friends, gathering new ideas! As we prepare for the upcoming holidays and being a little bit of “nesting,” it’s fun to look at upcoming trends in color and décor.

If you feel the same way, you will love this list of trendsetting colors for the end of 2022 and the Spring of 2023. I’ve selected a few of the colors on the list. I can’t wait to hear what you think.

First on the list, is the hot color for fashion, digital and home décor. And the color is:

Digital Lavender

Joanne Thomas, Head of Content at Coloro shared the inspiration behind this out-of-the-box description: “Digital Lavender will connect us to our wellbeing, offering a sense of stability and balance.” Read the full article at _Shift by clicking here.

Autumn Blonde | PANTONE 12-0813

A bright and creamy neutral for many applications


f you are seeking for a warm, earthy color that exudes energy, check out Autumn Blond. Sure, it’s a pretty wall color, but it’s also a great tone for accessories such as pillows, throws, and other accessories. You will also see Autumn Blonde tones on floors for a sweeping, wide-open feeling.

Strawberry Cream | PANTONE 13-2005

Rosy, delicate and nurturing

Although Strawberry cream is a great wall color as a charming neutral, it’s beautiful in nuanced uses such as accessories and furniture and absolutely STUNNING as a primary accent piece on large-scale furniture or even a color that can be used in wide swaths as a delicate neutral, or in more nuanced uses in accessories or furnishings.

Orange Tiger | PANTONE 16-1358

Exciting, lively and bright

If you are looking for a vibrant splash for a room to invoke some life and excitement, look no further than Orange Tiger. It may be that “pop of color” that you are looking for!.

Cardamon Seed | PANTONE 17-0529

A seed pod-inspired green is cozy and natural

Grounded and natural, Cardamon Seed brings life and nature into a space. When used in large amounts, Cardamon Seed feels like being wrapped in warmth and harmony.

Don’t be shy! Add a splash of one of the Pantone Colors for 2023. A little change is good for the soul.

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