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6 Spring Color Trends and How to Incorporate Them Into Your Dallas Area Home

Stephanie Kratz
June 8, 2021

Updating your home's color palette is one of the easiest ways to give your residence a fresh look without a whole-room design overhaul. Color authority Pantone has identified six  colors they've identified as spring color trends.

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Here are the 6 Spring Color Trends and How to Incorporate Them Into Your Dallas Area Home:

  • Cayenne is a spicy melon shade, a mix of orange and pink, that will instantly awaken a room. Paint the walls of a small guest bathroom or use it for pops of color in an otherwise neutral space.
  • Sand is a warm neutral that's an excellent shade for the walls of a master bedroom, living room or other area designed for relaxation. Take it a step further and heighten the neutral with a texture for added richness.
  • Radiant Orchid is a tart lavender hue reminiscent of rich Moroccan tapestries. This shade is perfect for your little princess, or invest in a throw or pillows for your bed or sofa in this vibrant color.
  • Placid Blue is an innovative take on sky blue and an ideal wall color in the kitchen or a kid's room. The blue adds just enough color without overpowering the space.
  • Paloma is a blue-inspired gray. Still in the neutral family, Paloma is a perfect shade for living room walls or bedroom furniture. It's important to strike the balance between neutral and artful in these rooms, and Paloma is a flexible color that works in neutral and subtle color palettes.
  • Dazzling Blue is a bold hybrid of primary blue and the iconic navy. Ideal for a hallway wall adorned with artwork, it's also a great accent color for the entertainment center wall. Add a runner or area rug in the same shade for as an accent.

For personalized tips on including spring color trends in your home's interior design, contact Stephanie Kratz Interiors.

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