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7 Bay Area homes to find Pantone's color of the year

Delightfully green decor and more

Pantone's "greenery" color of 2017. Image via Pantone

The color gurus at Pantone came up with a springtime-fresh selection for color of 201715-0343, aka Greenery. A yellow-green hue that “evokes the first days of spring,” the color is meant to bring us back to nature, back to Mother Earth, due in large part to the strife and civil unrest happening abroad and here at home.

Pantone explains:

“Greenery bursts forth in 2017 to provide us with the hope we collectively yearn for amid a complex social and political landscape. Satisfying our growing desire to rejuvenate, revitalize, and unite, Greenery symbolizes the reconnection we seek with nature, one another, and a larger purpose."

While this color isn’t for everyone, especially in these antiseptic po-mo times, Curbed SF put together a list of seven spaces that Pantone would appreciate, with a little help from Estately.

While we can’t say for sure, the paint used on the facade of this San Francisco home could be Pantone 15-0343 since it looks almost identical to the swatch.
1551 Filbert Street
Home in San Pablo with several green rooms, most notably the trim and furnishings.
1828 Bonita Road
Berkeley home with green/yellow kitchen.
1110 Grand View Drive
Green kitchen in Los Altos.
1554 Redwood
Richmond home with green door and garden structure.
645 32nd Street
Oakland midcentury modern with original green kitchen flooring.
Cupertino Eichler with green door.
747 Stendhal Lane