Pantone Fall 2016 ~ Riverside

August 29, 2016

By Tab Byrum

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It’s 24 days until the first day of Fall and I wish it was today, I get over Summer very quickly and am totally ready for cooler days and nights, pumpkins, jeans, and soup. I thought over the next several days we would look at the color forecast from Pantone for Fall/Winter 2015-2016 and see what ten colors they are forecasting to be seen in our homes and on our backs, today we are starting with Riverside. I really like this color, basically because it reminds me of denim and to me that is the best blue there is. Riverside goes with so much and pairs nicely with so many of the other colors from Pantone. I think Riverside will look beautiful with black, yellow, of course white, orange, and gray. Check back with us every day this week and next as we focus on each of the ten colors a little more in-depth, in the mean time dive into Riverside and Enjoy!!! (above image via)

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Isn’t this the perfect blue room? I’m crazy for the Riverside color on the walls and the bedding. (via)

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Blue velvet is so luxurious looking and feeling. (via)

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I like the “smokiness” of Riverside blue, it adds another layer. (via)

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You know I have a thing for maps and globes so this Riverside blue wall is perfection, great for an office or kid’s room. (via)

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Painted furniture is also a great way to get a punch of color. (via)

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Of course, you can also do Riverside as an accent color such as this headboard and footboard and some blue on the mantle. (via)

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Blue and white is a classic and crisp color combination, perfect for this farmhouse. (via)

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You can even find these colors in nature. (via)

Check back with us tomorrow as we check out some new artwork at Tiger Flower Studio and continue looking at Pantone colors with a look at Airy Blue. Have a great day!!!

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