“Florals? For spring? Groundbreaking,” Miranda Priestly famously quipped in The Devil Wears Prada. We see pastels in spring color palettes season after season, which is why we were pleasantly surprised to see color authority Pantone stray from the usual girly hues to a brighter, more unisex palette this spring.
As fashion houses move toward unisex collections and androgynous models, it’s only natural that the interior design world follow suit with gender-neutral décor. After all, didn’t we recently learn that men love rose gold? While we’re still seeing a few pastel tones this spring, we’re particularly fond of the bolder hues that were thrown into the mix.
Move over, pastels: This spring’s trend report by Pantone calls for a return to more vibrant hues. Get ready to decorate with this season’s hottest new shades.