2019 sees Pantone announce their colour of the year for 2019 as Pantone 16-1546, a coral hue with a golden undertone. Already seen in fashion retail and interior design outlets, this beautiful shade of coral is described as “Vibrant, yet mellow PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting environment.”
How can I use it in my home?
Coral is a lovely warm colour and can be teamed with natural tones or offset with other vibrant colours. Whilst adding colour to our homes can sometimes be tricky, it is dependent on how much we use and where its put can change the look and feel of an interior.
Bring on the Vintage
There are plenty of nature-based fabric prints and accessories on the market at the moment, why not embrace the Vintage feel in a bathroom by teaming Coral with natural hues and tones of green. Simply painting an accent wall or adding in a splash of Coral with some fresh towels or accessories.
Bold as brass
The recent interior trend has moved away from polished chromes and pewter and has seen high street retailers showcasing whole ranges of metal effect items in every department with accenting touches of warmer metallic tones such as brass, gold, rose gold and copper. For a more modern feel in your kitchen or bathroom you can accent Coral with teal and copper/rose gold for a very up to date look. If you have an open plan dining/kitchen then Chic art deco influenced furniture teamed with elegant artisanal items in shades of deep blacks, nude/linen tones and gold/brass accents can really be made to pop with a strong accent of Coral.
Add in some Palms – ideally real but if not in print or a silk plant to give your interior design scheme added life. This will bring your interior design scheme bang on trend.Tags: accent, colour, Coral, interior design, interiors, Pantone, Pantone 16-1546