Using colors in your interior design is a surefire way to give your home an updated and fresh appearance, and many of the chosen colors make an incredible statement in a room. Here are a few examples of how the colors for upcoming spring 2013 can make an impact on your interior design. Pantone, the color powerhouse, is well-known for releasing Fashion Color Reports that often dictate the runway trends of the season, especially unique hues and combinations like mixed greens and tangerine. According to the Pantone View home + interiors 2013 book there are 9 color palettes that will dominate the trends in 2013. The 9 color palettes definitely deliver on that promise, covering a broad spectrum of moods and tones for your interior design. Let’s take a look at each one of them:
It's ironic that green - the color of money - is also one of the most calming paint colors. Studies have shown that it has a soothing effect on our psyches, something we can all use in these financially troubling times. The relaxing effect of green paint actually begins in the color selection process. Unlike purple, which can be aesthetically tricky, green is an easy color to work with, so you won't suffer agita when choosing one or more green hues for your home. Virtually all greens are harmonious, shades of what we see in our natural surroundings. When we look at a forest, field, or flower garden, we don't see just one green hue, but many. Being accustomed to various tints and shades of green co-existing makes our eye more accepting of complex green-based color schemes wherever we see them.