The Colors of Spring 2017

Fashion Snoops forecasts 2 themes and 46 colors that will define the new season

Created by Fashion Snoops and displayed in PANTONE FASHION, HOME + INTERIORS Colors, the High Point Market’s Spring color forecast provides you with the visual inspiration and color palette direction you need to address the major home interiors trends for Spring 2017. Presented in two key themes and segmented by product market, the forecast features 46 hues you can mix and match to create your own color stories.

Cove, evoking the tranquility of coastal living

Warm espresso, sienna, and tawny brown create a sophisticated base for a duo of soft feminine corals. Dewey blues and misty grey subdue deep tones of midnight blue and charcoal while lending complexity to pale sandy hues. Light olive enriches understated neutrals, while periwinkle creates a moment of clean modern contrast.

Old Havana, a fusion of old and new worlds

Sun faded pinks and corals uplift deep shades of palm leaf green, teal, and tobacco leaf. Chili pepper red and golden yellow energize floral tones of orchid, bougainvillea, and lilac. Azure blue recalls the placid calm of the Caribbean Sea while chalky yellow and pale avocado conjure Old Havana’s retro sensibility.


Your Spring 2017 Color Map

To make sure your store is in sync with the new season’s color trends, look for these Pantone colors as you shop Fall Market. Incorporate them into your merchandising vignettes and displays. Use accents and accessories in these shades to add an on-trend pop to your floor. Feel free to mix and match – within and across themes.


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Fashion Snoops Trend Gallery

Experience two top trends for 2017

From Havana to High Point and California to Commerce St, enhance your Market experience by seeing the forms, colors, textures, and products that define Fashion Snoops two leading trends for Spring/Summer 2017. Then, take Fashion Snoops expert advice to the showrooms with their handy shop-the-floor guide.

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