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Pantone’s 2017 Color Trends Done The RL Way

Check out these vibrant rooms (some from Real Living's own pages) that show how you can use this year's color trends in your own home

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Photography: Michael Angelo Chua Styling: Tala Singson & Dagny Madamba

If last year's Pantone palette (Serenity and Rose Quartz) was dubbed a unisex one, what with the gender-equality and flexibility its colors represent, Pantone's Spring-Summer 2017 colors, as reported by Design Taxi, collectively evoke a sense of being one with nature: from the ocean-like Island Paradise to the dramatic sunset that is Flame, and the warm, earthy feel of Hazelnut.


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Following the announcement, plenty of interior designers have been featuring their works using one or more of these colors in one space. Given that some of the colors are overwhelming on their own, it might seem a bit challenging to mix and match these hues. But believe us, the results of these wonderful creative people are truly beautiful and inspiring. Here are five of our favorites, most of them as seen in Real Living magazine’s featured spaces:

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