April 12, 2016
If you are not familiar with Pantone, it is a system for locating, matching, and referring to specific colors. It is ‘the global authority’ on color. It was originally designed for graphic arts but is now used by designers of floral, fashion, and home industries.
I hope you enjoy her introduction, which follows, and all of her beautiful pictures. They leave me wanting all of them! What a helpful guide this will be in choosing flowers for your very own garden! Be sure you read about the flowers and see the rest of the pictures from the guide here. ►spring-flowers
Spring is such an exciting time! The weather gets warmer and colorful flowers are all around. One of the best things about spring is all of the different flowers that are in season. To help inspire you to plant or decorate with something new this spring, FTD created a spring flower and Pantone color guide. It takes the ten colors from Pantone’s spring 2016 color palette and matches them to popular spring flowers.
Spring Flowers Pantone Color Guide
This color palette is a great mix of soft and vivid colors. If you’re a fan of light pink Rose Quartz, grow peonies, cherry blossoms, or dogwoods. If you prefer vibrant colors like the bright yellow Buttercup, try daffodils, freesias, of pansies. For more inspiration, check out the mood boards below.
As you know, most of the floral posts on MyHumbleHomeandGarden.comare of flowers from my own garden, but these mood boards were so breathtaking, I wanted to share them with you. These will make you anxious to look at your garden, and visit the garden center, with a new perspective! Enjoy this Spring Flowers and Pantone Color Guide!