How to Decorate Your Home with 2015 Pantone Colors

Today we’re going to show you some tips on how to incorporate the cool blue, nautical hues from the 2015 Spring Pantone Color Guide, into your home decor! Check out these gorgeous blues:


Start Small

You don’t have to dive right in and completely redo you’re entire home decor! Start small with things like lamps, trays and small decor pieces. Try this lamp from World Market.

Photo: World Market
Photo: World Market


Dress Up Walls & Existing Furniture

Keep your house decorated with the changing color palettes without having to take out a second mortgage for new furniture every time by adding simple pieces. These pieces can be pillows, wall art, rugs and more! By keeping your furniture & wall paint a nice, neutral color, you’re given the freedom to dress it up as you please.

We love how this couple on Apartment Therapy dressed up their living room with a nautical feel in different shades of blue.

Photo: Apartment Therapy

Or try this mandala tapestry that can be used as a bedspread or a beautiful wall hanging!

Photo: Etsy – Bohotanica

Bring in New Furniture

By switching out focal pieces of furniture, you can really make a statement in your home! Try bringing in these beautiful blues by changing out an ottoman, vanity, dresser, or other piece of furniture. Not interested in purchasing a new piece? Try a DIY paint or upholstery job.

Photo: Living Spaces
Photo: Living Spaces
Photo: Kikkis Planet
Photo: Kikkis Planet

Go Big!

Ready to commit to this new color palette? GO FOR IT! Paint a wall, paint your front door, change out your kitchen floor tiling…the world of home decor is your nautical aquamarine blue oyster!

Photo: The Animal Print Nursery via View From the Fridge
Photo: The Animal Print Nursery via Birch and Bird


Next week we’ll share some tips on how to incorporate the desert hues side of the 2015 Pantone Color Guide into your home decor!

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