The wait is finally up. It’s been a long time coming, but we’re pleased to announce that Pantone’s Colour of the Year is finally here!
Pantone is a long standing trend-setter in multiple industries including fashion and interior design, with the Colour of the Year presenting an indelible opportunity to catapult yourself into the trend for the following 12 months.
It is perhaps not surprising that when this important brand announces its ‘Colour of the Year’, that interior experts sit up and take notice. This winter, why not banish the traditional neutrals in favour of something a little more bright, bold and interesting? From small details, to interior overhauls, this is how you can incorporate the Colour of the Year into your interior.
Introducing Classic Blue
It’s easy to see why this colour has been chosen to welcome us into 2020. A timeless and enduring hue, this blue oozes confidence, calmness and connection, perhaps at a time we need it most. Provoking thoughts of the sky at dusk, Classic Blue brings with it not only dependability and a welcome well-roundedness but also inspires peace, tranquillity and clarity.
Using Classic Blue in Your Home
When it comes to interiors, we can hear people celebrating across the spectrum. This Classic Blue works with a wide range of styles and compliments both furnishings and fixtures in almost all homes. It’s important that your home reflects your personality and style, along with being a beautiful space for you to spend time. Beautiful interiors are a source of happiness for you and your family, and together with this classic shade, can create a perfect synergy.
There are numerous ways you can incorporate the colour into your home. Whether you have played with colour before, or are new to the idea, we’ll be highlighting how you can embrace this hue into your home for 2020, we welcome your ideas also.
Blue, of course, evokes images of the sea, lending it to being perfect for recreating relaxed, coastal scenes within your home. Whether this is your bedroom, kitchen or lounge, it can be a big change to transform the room’s colour entirely, which is why two-tone walls can work just as well allowing for a much less significant change.
Two-tone is a style that creates laidback and welcoming interiors, leaving you lots of breathing space to be able to inject some of your own personality into the room. Why not introduce some natural elements such as rattan, jute or linen, allowing for a sensorial experience.
For a short, sharp injection of this classic colour into your interior, why not consider picking up some artwork that makes use of the hue? Artwork not only adds colour to your space but also creates a new texture to the room, bringing with it a sense of style and elegance.