Pantone’s Colour Predictions For 2017, Part 3

Good Morning!

So this is our last instalment in the Pantone predictions series, and they do not disappoint.

Here are the final 3 palettes:

Raw Materials

This palette is all about lifestyle, embracing upcycling, repurposing and reusing materials both from nature and from industry. The colours that embody this lifestyle are faded denims, natural tones, pinks and purples.

Graphic Imprints

This is probably one of my favourite trend predictions, a neutral base of black, white and grey offset by stong pops of colour. This is quite a scandianvian style and one that we have embraced for a quite a few years now.


This palette is the most traditinal and structured of the Pantone palettes for 2017. The main colours in this palette are beige, duck egg blue and pale green. Although there are a few surprises thrown in with some stonger tones.

We really hope that you enjoyed our Pantone colour predictions series, and you are struggling with your colour palettes or any other aspect of your interior then why not contact us here to arrange a consultation.

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Be Creative….
The Think Contemporary Team.