Pantone’s Color of the Year 2017 Greenery

Every year, Pantone announces the Color of the Year which is selected through a thoughtful process of analyzing trends in all aspects of design by Pantone’s color experts at the Pantone Color Institute. By researching everything from fashion, to travel destinations and socio-economic conditions, the team at Pantone concludes what color they think will help drive design choices and purchasing decisions for an array of markets.

2017’s color of the year is “Greenery” and as Pantone describes it, it is “a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive”.

A fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive.


We think that “Greenery” is a great pop color and it will be interesting to see how it appears throughout the marketplace and in interior design. With todays trends leaning heavily toward Mid Century Modern, it’s easy to imagine “Greenery” popping up on coffee tables and armchairs. If you’re so bold and want to jump ahead of the curve, go ahead and give this color a place in your pad. A quick google search will give you some ideas of what’s already happening with “Greenery”.

Learn more about the Pantone Color of the year here.

Read the full press release on Pantone & Greenery here


Eric HardWorth

Eric is a young “30-something” Creative Director living in Los Angeles, California. He’s a self proclaimed handyman who’s built more then and apartments-worth of stuff that hasn’t fallen apart yet. When not fixing / building / painting / sanding / hanging / wiring something in his newly purchased Inglewood home, Eric is probably working on his 70’s era motorcycle while wishing he were riding it.

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