Four Practical Ways to Decorate with Pantone’s Flame

On 13 Feb, 2017 With 0 Comments

Pantone, Flame, spring colors, Mohawk Home, Named as one of the top trending colors of spring, Pantone’s red-based orange color known as Flame has the potential to be the life of any party!

According to the Color Report, it’s “fun loving. Flamboyant and vivacious, this wonderfully theatrical shade adds fiery heat” to the upcoming season. We couldn’t agree more!

This vibrant hue isn’t for the faint of heart, though. Unless you are a color-fanatic, you’ll probably want to go for a look you love and can live with. You can do this by creating a sense of balance in your space, pairing Flame with natural textures and softer shades. We’ll show you how it can be used practically and still look beautiful!

 

 

Statement Pieces

Chairs, pillows, tapestries and wall art are just a few of the ways you can incorporate this cheery color (and put a little spring in your step) without becoming overwhelmed.

Mohawk Home, Area rug, home decor, Pantone, Flame, 12736 431 060084

 

 

We love everything about this bedroom, from the modern light fixture to the scalloped wood wall and the bright pillows.

 

Classy Clutter, Flame, home decor, Mohawk Home

Source: Classy Clutter

 

These vibrant tassels add the perfect touch of color to blankets or window treatments.

 

Tassels, Flame decor

Source: The Jungalow

 

When you find a bold piece that you’re smitten with, keep the area around it simple and chic. Your accent will truly be the focal point of the room.

 

Mohawk Home, Pantone, Flame, home decor

Source: Rue Mag

 

Soft or Neutral Pairings

Try pairing Flame with neutrals for a striking statement. I love the way the hot pink, red and Flame orange pop against the crisp bedding and walls in this modern bedroom.  (The “art” hanging is actually a scarf!)

Pantone, Flame, home decor, accents, Mohawk Home

Source: Kiki’s List

 

Flame can also be used with rosy pinks and red-brown hues like Pantone’s Marsala and Baked Clay.

 

Color Palette- Flame- Seeds

 

Fresh Florals

Succulents continue to be a hot trend thanks to the popularity of indoor gardens on Pinterest. Affordable and easy to care for, these house plants add a splash of color where you need it most.

Flame succulents, Mohawk Home, for the home

Source: Tumblr

 

Area Rugs

Inside or out, Flame-colored rugs are sure to be a hit this season. Balanced by natural sisal fibers, the vibrant Bundoran area rug from Mohawk Home’s new Oasis collection is truly a showstopper!

 

Oasis Area Rug- Mohawk Home

Rug: Mohawk Home Oasis Bundoran in Coral

 

 

Are you ready to take the color plunge? Tell us how you plan to use Flame in the comments below!

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