How to Incorporate the “Day Dreaming” Pantone Color Palette into Your Home

Once again, Pantone has looked into their crystal ball of home decor and pulled out nine color palettes they expect to trend hard in 2017. And while there are tools to help you choose the perf color combos, it can be tough figuring out how to make Pantone’s gorgeous color schemes work IRL. That’s why we’ve put together this guide on how to incorporate each of the nine palettes into your home, starting with the Day Dreaming shades. This particular palette features all kinds of pastel goodness and is reminiscent of 2016’s Rose Quartz and Serenity Blue look, but with the addition of pale yellows and greens. Whether you’re considering a kitchen makeover or your bedroom color needs a refresh, here are 18 rooms that’ll show you how to bring those pretty, pretty pastels into your home. BEDROOM

18 White Rooms That’ll Look Good Way Past Labor Day

An all-white room can sometimes feel like a default setting- the look that happens before you go all-out with a crazy new color palette. However, the non-color look goes with everything and is guaranteed to make any space look bigger, brighter, cleaner and more modern. Obviously, a lack of color isn’t great for a fresh summer look, but a classic, monochromatic look might be just the thing to brighten up a room for fall or winter. All you need are a few colorful accessories to keep your seasons feeling fresh. Read on for 18 kitchens, bedrooms, bathrooms and living rooms that will surely inspire you to take a risk to create a dynamic white space you’ll love.