Pantone's Fall 2021 Color Picks
Springtime may have only just arrived but design experts are already looking ahead to the fall and winter months when it comes to choosing the upcoming season’s most popular colors. This fall’s Pantone color trends are bright, bold, and beautiful. Even the classic neutrals are getting a bold boost this year. Without further ado, take a look at Fall 2021’s Pantone Color Trends.
Amberglow is a “radiant, autumnal orange that promotes confidence and creative self-expression”, according to Pantone’s description of this fun shade. We like it for a home gym or kid’s playroom.
This upbeat, alluring red is the perfect accent color to embolden any space.
This earthy, sandy pink would look beautiful in a teen’s room or home office. Its natural tone is relaxing and inviting and would also be perfect for a dining room.
Pantone’s Color of the Year is also their choice for fall’s favorite blue. Like energetic Samba, Classic Blue is a great accent color for any room. Bold homeowners may even try it on their kitchen island or an accent wall of cabinets.
Described by Pantone as an “acidic yellow-green”, this happy hue is just all-around fun.
The pinks are back this fall. Rose Tan is the second of three pink shades to make the list. We think it’s a nice shade for a little girl who loves pink to grow into the preteen and teen years. It’s also a pretty pick for a guest bathroom.
This cool blue-green would look stunning on kitchen cabinets or even in your master bath if you’re a homeowner who favors color.
If Samba is too much energy for you but you still love the color red then allow us to introduce you to Fired Brick. It’s a deep brick red that feels classic and versatile.
The third pink on Pantone’s fall trend picks is a peachy pink that seems made for the person who doesn’t like pink but appreciates its worth in design. It has a neutral appeal that makes it ideal for just about any room.
Do you like the color of NuGrape? Then you will love Magenta Purple. It’s another good pick for adding bold accents to a room.
The first on the classic neutrals list is a smooth, subtle off-white that would look fantastic in an all-white monochrome kitchen or with wood cabinets.
Think deep ocean blue in the evening and you’ve got Blue Depths. This shade is a lovely choice for blue cabinet lovers.
Sleet is a timeless gray we think would be great on a kitchen island or wall cabinets.
Find the brown-green shade in camo and you’ve got Military Olive. Closer to brown than green, this color is another beautiful choice for cabinets in a contemporary kitchen.