Color Forecast: Top 10 Colors for Spring 2015

MarsalaIt’s that time of year to take a look at what the color experts at Pantone have in store for us this upcoming season! This color forecast for Spring 2015 takes a cue from nature with cool, soft color choices but also includes some warmer, neutral tones.

Let’s kick things off with Pantone’s 2015 Color of the Year, Marsala, a refreshing change from more vibrant color picks in past year. Marsala, an earthier, natural tone has taken the spotlight! Pantone describes it as “a naturally robust and earth wine red. Marsala enriches our minds, bodies and souls”.

Other notable colors for the season are Aquamarine, Scuba Blue, Lucite Green, Classic Blue, Toasted Almond, Strawberry Ice, Tangerine, Custard and Glacier Gray.

aquamarineKeeping it cool and collected is Aquamarine. This is going to be one of the leading colors for Spring/Summer 2015. This color is calming, dreamy and ethereal.



On the bolder side is Scuba Blue, playful, vibrant and inviting, this color is sure to energize the senses.Last but not least, tried and true Classic Blue.  Robust and dependable, this color remains a constant staple for the season.


lucitegreencustardstrawberryLight and fresh, Lucite Green, soothes with mint-like radiance. Neutral and timeless, Toasted Almond, is a simple and warm addition to Spring/Summer 2015. On the other side of the spectrum is Strawberry Ice. Cooling and sweet, this color is refreshing and reminiscent of a warm spring day.


tangerineRipe and fresh, we can’t get enough Tangerine. It bursts with energy and liveliness for the season. Custard, a delicate and soft shade of yellow, is a feel good and comforting color.




Last but not least, a gorgeous and supportive neutral, Glacier Gray.  Understated and supportive, this color pairs well with both bold and other neutral shade without demanding too much attention.



And there you have it, the top 10 Pantone color trends for Spring/Summer 2015! Which color do you feel is going to dominate the season?

All color trends were sourced from the color experts at Pantone.