Here’s How Pantone’s 2017 Color of the Year Looks in Every Room of the House

updated Jul 17, 2020
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Today, Pantone announced that Greenery is their 2017 Color of the Year. While the bright, leafy hue is already incorporated into many a home via plants, you might be curious as to how it looks on walls, furniture, and decor. We used our Color Search tool to find examples of the vibrant shade in every room of the house.


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Michel is clearly not afraid of bold colors in his Moroccan pad. Here, Greenery plays well with other brights for a fun space that doesn’t take itself seriously.

Living Room

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Amanda’s Greenery-hued velvet sofa just pops against that exposed brick wall.

Dining Room

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More Greenery, more exposed brick! Here, the hue is on an accent wall and upholstery to really add freshness to the space.


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Kristen goes all in with the palm print wallpaper in her LA kitchen, and it brings in nature’s neutral in a bold way.


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The bathroom is a great space to experiment with color, and Monique & Kelly’s apple-hued space looks fresh when paired with plain white fixtures and accents.


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If you crave a bedroom that’s invigorating, Valentina and Alessandro show how it’s done.

Kid’s Room

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The playful color adds fun to this preppy Southern space.


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In a sunroom filled with plants, the natural shade is a perfect choice to let the greenery shine.