Pantone colours to use in your home this Spring

Let’s make our home that little bit spring like shall we? As we edge closer to warmer, brighter days ( not speaking too soon as we did have a flurry of snow just the other week ), we are all seeking brighter, more airy homes. Am I right?

I tend to update textures and accents tones throughout my home during spring in a bid to make my home a little more inviting in the lighter days. Cushion covers and blankets are usually the first things to get a revamp when wanting to update the colours in my space.

So what tones and colours should you incorporate into your home this spring? Here’s some of Spring 2019 most popular Pantone colours to embrace.

Opt for Pastels

Most of the colours that you will see in this post feature more subtle, kind, pastel like hues that are perfect for this Spring / Summer season. Whilst you may not want to completely re-decorate your home, you may want to incorporate these different tones of a colour to revamp your home in line to a new season.

Many of the pastel colours featured are so easy to incorporate into current colour schemes including grey. Whilst Grey is still ever popular, the trend is now evolving to include other tones of colours too.

But don’t be scared to go dark

Many believe that dark colourings can make a space feel smaller, and you’d be right in thinking so. But adding a touch of dark, deeper tones into your home can actually do the opposite. Using deep colours of the below can really make a large room feel cosy, and small spaces feel expansive.

I have picked out some gorgeous dark hues that you should consider this Spring, all of which will make great feature walls or even a overall colour to spaces within your home.


This by no way is a fresh tone to incorporate, much rather its been a steady trend that has been building momentum. As trends have lent towards the more retro style, mustard has found a place within every home. Whether you intent to use a vibrant shade, or use the colour to compliment another, mustard is a great SS19 hue to adopt in your space.

If you like the mustard tones, but don’t want to over do it, consider adding unconventional ‘mustard’ tones into your space with the use of gold / brass. Updating curtain rails, lamp bases and mirror / photo frames to the brassy / gold tones is a great way to incorporate mustard without using wall paint.


Because Greens really are in this season, especially when wanting to bring the outdoors into your home.

Out of all the hues that I have showcased in this post, the greens are my favorite. They are easy to incorporate with current colour schemes, go with other stunning colours that I have featured, and have enough tone variation to be their own scheme in themselves. We for one are opting for Greens this season and for our upcoming re-decoration.

Tip: Want to create some depth. Use 5757 as a feature wall and lighten with the 7493


I LOVE a blue, and over the last few seasons, dark and subtle levels of blue have been encroaching on interior trend. And whilst previously believing blue was a colour only to be used in bathrooms and baby bedrooms, I have started a huge love affair with blue.

The gorgeous blue hues taking center stage this season are for anywhere in your home, and some of these stunning picks will be perfect for your space this SS19.


Pink is certainly a shade that I have been trying to adopt into our home where possible. Unfortunately it’s a hue that many of us avoid, and myself personally have been wary to incorporate in my home, at the risk of making the whole place feel too feminine.

It’s important to make a shared home a space both of you feel a reflection in mood and taste and honestly, too much pink is not my husbands style.

Yet, with the love for pastels this season, pink is certainly a hue that can be incorporated with other tones too. These gorgeous selections can easily be adopted into soft furnishings, or rather a contrasting shade against a pretty dull grey combination.

Tip : Pink is a gorgeous pastel that looks stunning against soft Greens or dark blues. Great if you want to add a feminine touch to a neutral space.

I love chatting interiors and even more so when looking to spruce, update or transform your space. As mentioned, we are overhauling our living space to incorporate more colour and these stunning colours are slowly being featured across our home!

Will you be making your home spring into colour this season? Are you looking to incorporate more colour? Any that take your fancy? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

Why not read some of my other Home Interior posts:

How to bring the outdoors into your home
SS19 Home Interior Trends
How to use mirrors well in your home
Upgrade your kitchen whatever your budget