Pantone: Nectarine

 

David Meister Pantone

Tangerine Tango was a Pantone Spring 2012 Color Trend, and ultimately the color of the year for 2012.  Tangerine took off this year like a wild fire, and is still a major color influencer throughout the remainder of the year and for the next. 

 

It wasn't a surprise that for Pantone's Spring 2013 Color Trends they introduced a color in the same Tangerine family, Nectarine.  We aren't ready to let go of the bold orange color just yet.  That's why Nectarine works so well; it is a warmer shade and people are more accepting to live with this shade of orange--bold, but in a subdued way.  Would you use orange in your home?  

 

 

 

Enjoy these images of beautiful spaces and finds at High Point!

 

Designer: Tobi Fairley

Tobi Fairley

Entry wall when walking into the Wildwood showroom at High Point.  This color works great with so many colors!

Wildwood

Designer: David Howell

img via Houzz

 This room is actually orange coral, unfortunately it photographed more red, but the bench has this beautiful orange white feather fabric on it.  I love this color combination!  Another fabulous room designed by Jennifer McConnell from Pearson.

Pearson

Designer: Diane Paparo

img via Houzz

 A beautiful orange mohair sofa at Emerson et Cie.

 

 

Emerson et Cie

 Designer: Lovejoy Designs

img via Houzz

A grouping of Oriental vases and urns from Chelsea House in orange and white.

Chelsea House

 Designer: Jessica Lagrange Interiors

img via Houzz

A gorgeous vignette at Global Views features color combination of orange and white.  Such a clean and simplistic approach.

 

 

Global Views

Designer:  Tobi Fairley

 

Tobi Fairley

 Beautiful shot of Amy Howard Home's booth at High Point!

 

Amy Howard Home

 Photographer: Karen Millet 

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