Decorating With 42 Spring Flowers Inspired by Pantone Colors of the Year

Every year around March or April, we anxiously await the warmer weather. As the frost starts to melt and flowers begin to bloom, we can't help but get excited about breaking out our spring wardrobe and decorating with lighter and brighter colors.

This year, Pantone has really outdone themselves with their spring 2016 color palette. It builds of the colors of the year -- rose quartz and serenity -- including eight more hues, both soft and vivid. According to Pantone, this palette is meant to transcend cultural and gender norms as the bright colors signify excitement and optimism and the soft colors represent quiet stability.

To help you integrate the Pantone colors into your decor, we partnered up with FTD to create a Pantone and spring flower pairing guide. If you're a fan of soft pinks like rose quartz, try decorating with peonies, dogwood, or camelias. If you prefer a pop of color, get inspired by the bright red Fiesta and integrate poppies and butterfly pentas into your decor. Whichever color you choose, it's sure to brighten up your space and make it smell great!

ROSE QUARTZ

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PEACH ECHO

FIESTA

ICED COFFEE

SERENITY

LILAC GRAY

SNORKEL BLUE

LIMPET SHELL

GREEN FLASH

BUTTERCUP


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