The color authority already released its warm-weather picks for 2016, but with hues this stylish, vibrant and versatile, why wait to start decorating?
This bold yellow instantly brightens up any room. Add an extra dimension to the punchy hue by pairing it with a contrasting color like fuchsia.
A fiery red is the perfect accent color in a thoroughly modern kitchen, but would work just as well as an accent color in a neutral living room.
As Pantone explains, Green Flash is a color for those who love to push the envelope, so if that's you, try the splashy tone in a hallway or entryway.
A soft, neutral brown may not seem groundbreaking, but the subtle hue serves as an ideal backdrop for people who want to switch out accessories as the season changes: It goes with everything.
Adding a purple tone to an otherwise classic color, like gray, adds a bit of visual interest, without making an over-the-top statement. It works just as well on the walls as it does covering a h couch.
A soft blue evocative of the sky is undeniably pretty, whether it's used to dress up the walls in a living room or to cover the bed in a guest room.
This coral-esque shade makes for an ideal partner to Limpet Shell, especially for anyone who wants to add a little beachy style to their home.
A soft, petal pink is an obvious choice for a little girl's room, but is versatile enough to grace the walls in a dining room, or even library.
This dusky shade of blue is the perfect jolt of color for people reluctant to try anything too bright or vibrant. It still adds plenty of aesthetic interest, but has a neutral, approachable quality.
This deeper blue adds sumptuous style to any room, but it also has a moody quality that makes it perfect for a study or formal living room.