Design your home with help from Pantone’s new hue
Back in December, the 2019 Pantone Color of the Year was revealed to be Living Coral, a playfully bright and fresh hue that is the perfect complement to spring and summer weather, florals, fashion and that perfect pop of color to accentuate the décor of your home.
The Pantone Color Institute is responsible for highlighting top seasonal runway colors, forecasts global color trends, and advises companies on color for product and brand visual marketing. The color collective describes Living Coral as “emitting the desired, familiar, and energizing aspects of color found in nature. In its glorious, yet unfortunately more elusive, display beneath the sea, this vivifying and effervescent color mesmerizes the eye and mind.”
Get inspired by design and liven up your home with these delightfully coral-colored products.
Living Coral has even found its way into gourmet houseware products. Brighten up your kitchen with a playful stand mixer from Williams Sonoma in the color “Birds of Paradise.” $375.95
Relax in style thanks to this coral confection from Target. This four-piece bed set—available in Queen and King size—includes a comforter, two shams and a decorative pillow. $37.99
Take the color of the year to literal heights with a coral-colored coral table lamp from Joss & Main. Perfect for a tasteful coastal-themed home, beach house or an eccentric accent piece to any living area. $154.99
Bring beauty and detail to your dining table with this 15-inch diameter beaded motif placemat from Bed Bath & Beyond. $9.99
This fun pillow with adorable chain-stitched flamingos can adorn your family room couch inside or have a place outside on your deck watching the kids jump in the pool. Pick it up at Bed Bath & Beyond. $24.49
Style in a home is key and it’s made even better with the added bonus of storage. Available on Wayfair, this Beachcrest Home designed end table in Desert Coral can be tucked in a corner for use as a side table or can be the focal point of an entryway. $104.99
Make a statement with this armchair from Birch Lane as you cozy up with a good book. $439.99
If your style is more traditional and you want something of centuries past, try this ceramic vase by Privilege International from Hayneedle that looks like it could be from a Mesopotamian empire or European art gallery. $34.99