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Pantone is going green in 2017. The foremost experts on color have selected Greenery as their color of the year — a “fresh and zesty yellow-green shade” that evokes feelings of optimism and vitality. “Greenery bursts forth in 2017 to provide us with the reassurance we year for amid a tumultuous social and political environment,” said Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute.

Greenery is highly versatile, and can be used boldly or sparingly. Pantone integrated the color into 10 palettes, which range from earth tones to pastels to brights. Here we’ve rounded up five home decor items that will inject energy and vibrancy into your space.

1. Acapulco Wire Basket Lounge Chair from AllModern, $239.99

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Harken back to the salad days of the ‘60s with an Acapulco lounge chair. This model from AllModern is suitable for indoor or outdoor use, making it a practical and stylish choice.

2. Reversible zebra bath mat from Jonathan Adler, $88

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What’s the secret to a successful morning routine? A cheerful bath mat that will warm up your feet and the look of your bathroom.

3. Jade colored glass pedestal stand from World Market, $13.99-$20.99

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Cake stands aren’t just for frosted treats. Use it to create a centerpiece with pillar candles, as a perfume display or to prop up kitchen cleaning supplies.

4. Circuit Ironwork wallpaper from Fab, $140

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If you choose to be daring in your design, consider a large-scale wallpaper like this product from Fab. The use of Greenery is balanced by white space, creating a look that’s impactful but not overpowering.

5. Safavieh Table Lamps from Target, $143.99

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Improving the lighting in your home is always a bright idea. This pair of table lamps from Target features a sculptural base and a white cotton shade that softly diffuses light.

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