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Using The Pantone Colour Of The Year In Your Kitchen

Using The Pantone Colour Of The Year In Your Kitchen

Each year a pantone colour of the year is announced, usually just prior to Christmas. This years pantone colour of the year is “Greenery”, and what a lovely shade of green it is. Decorating doesn’t need to be complicated, and a few little changes each year can keep your home looking right on trend. Let’s have a look at how we can use the pantone colour of the year to decorate in your kitchen.

How To Use The Pantone Colour Of The Year When Decorating In Your Kitchen.


Thou Swell

Use it as an accent piece, like with these stools. Tie the colour to the rest of the kitchen by using plants to decorate, another big kitchen trend for 2017.


Artform Australia

How about a brave choice and use it as a kitchen splash back. My only fear with this one is perhaps it would date quickly?


Blue Star Cooking

I adore this more permanent choice, using the colour as a skin on your oven! Now that is a statement.


Inspiracao Escandinava

How about using the colour as your cabinet colour? Love the way the tiles in this kitchen reflect the cabinet colour and then how they were laid into the timber flooring.



Why not reflect the colour in a few essential decorating pieces. This plate would look gorgeous on a kitchen wall with a few friends.


Ben Pentreath

You could always use the colour on a feature wall. In fact you could update the wall with the new pantone colour each year.

The colour of the year could be used in almost every home, with either a dramatic flare or a dignified touch.

Can imgaine using green in your decorating? Do you have any plants in your kitchen?

Nicole xxx






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  1. Right now my kitchen is brown so I don’t think the green would really go. I love the idea of plants in the kitchen (if my thumbs weren’t all black!) but I love those green chairs. They bring such a pop of colour and they can be changed too. The idea of having colourful fixtures and fittings makes me a bit anxious because as you so rightly point out, they date so quickly!

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