Pantone's Fashion Color Report Fall 2013

I know it's starting to feel like spring here in Houston, and officially just around the corner, but Pantone has announced Fall 2013's Fashion Color Report.  The fall color report came out during fashion week, and I'm looking forward to seeing if any of these colors will pop up at High Point Market in April.  During October's High Point Market so many vendors were spot on with the Spring 2013 color forecast.


Emerald, Pantone's Color of the Year, is a multi-faceted color, like the gem, working with the Pantone's Spring/Summer colors as well as this Falls.  


photography Larry Hanna  via Houzz

Mykonos Blue beautiful blue with teal undertones, rich and relaxing.


Vining Design Associates

Linden Green is on the cusp between yellow and green; a great accent color that works well with all of Pantone's Fall 2013 colors.


Designer Madeline Stewart, photographer Victoria Pearson, House Beautiful 


Acai is a complex, rich purple with a sense of mystery.

Pat Healing, photography Mara Mcevoy,House Beautiful


Samba a vibrant red that is expressive and dramatic.


Homeowners Kit and Tim Kemp, photography Simon Upton, Elle Decor


Koi another gorgeous orange tone that Pantone has included in the mix.


designer Axel Vervoordt's home, photography Mario Ciampi, Architectural Digest


Deep Lichen Green is a beautiful mossy shade, a perfect basic color that works well with all of the colors in the Pantone 2013 Fall color trend report.


J. Randall Powers, photography Elizabeth Stamp, Architectural Digest


Vivacious, lives up to its name, vibrants with a lot of personality.  A room with this color in it will definitely stand out.


Marjorie Skouras, Elle Decor


Turbulence a beautiful gray perfect for the fall.  This shade of gray is deep and a great base color that works well with all of the Pantone 2013 Fall colors.


Amy Morris, photography Erica George Dines, Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles


Carafe, a glamorous and deep chocolate brown will warm up any space.


James Rixner, Traditional Home






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