Spring 2013 Color Palette from Pantone

In just a few months, the scraggly fingertips of winter trees will be stippled with gray-green buds. Easter lilies will push from the soil and trumpet their revival, kissing the air with their lemony petals. Spring is a dazzling season, so don’t be surprised if you find yourself incorporating its trademark colors into your wardrobe and home. Get a jump-start with the new spring 2013 color palette from Pantone; from fashion to home decor, you can bet these colors will be in shop windows and flowering trees alike this coming season.

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  1. Emerald: Named Color of the Year for 2013, this gilded green is sure to be everywhere!
  2. Grayed Jade: Ethereal and dewy, Grayed Jade is a muted green, ideal for a soothing environment.
  3. Tender Shoots: Tender Shoots is unexpected but feisty. Envision a vivacious yellow-green pushing through the melting snow.
  4. Lemon Zest: Lemon Zest is a pristine and energetic yellow, like the first flash of March sunshine.
  5. Dusk Blue: A truly “zen” color, the palliative Dusk Blue will quench all who pause to languish in it.
  6. African Violet: This light purple is truly cathartic. Reminiscent of a lilac spray across a hillside.
  7. Linen: A clean and elegant neutral. Perfect on its own or when balancing out “louder” colors.
  8. Monaco Blue: Rich and jewel-toned, the deep Monaco Blue complements the softer Dusk Blue.
  9. Poppy Red: Among all these dreamy shades, bold red does wonders as a pop of color.
  10. Nectarine: A tart shade with a sweet side, Nectarine orange is vivid and luscious.

More color palettes like “New Old School” (primary colors with an edge) and “Footprints” (playful, “nursery-room” pigments) abound in Pantone’s 2013 color selection. Keep a look out for these cutting-edge color palettes, due to bloom in home decor and fashion worlds Spring 2013.

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