Last week, Pantone announced its color of the year: Living Coral. Described by the company in a press release as an “animating and life-affirming shade of orange with a golden undertone”, the color is equal parts lively and inviting, and inspired by the beauty of reefs. “Just as coral reefs are a source of sustenance and shelter to sea life, vibrant yet mellow PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral embraces us with warmth and nourishment to provide comfort and buoyancy in our continually shifting environment,” Pantone says. Not a bad outlook to take into 2019.
Ahead, find nine ways to add a touch of Living Coral to your home.
Oomph “Tini II” table with painted raffia top, $375, Trellis Home.
“Linus medium cylinder” ceramic lamp, $570, Jill Rosenwald.
PLUSH AND PEACHY
Ton “Alba” upholstered beechwood chair, $945, Casa Design Group.
POPS OF PATTERN
“Island Trellis” cotton textile, price upon request, Donghia.
Edward Wormley upholstered mahogany lounge chair, $3,200, Machine Age.
TOOLS OF THE TRADE
Menu “Nude” rubber-coated plastic bottle grinders, $75 for set, Lekker Home.
MAKE A SPLASH
Mah Jong “Mugara” cushions, starting at $ 1,710 each, Roche Bobois.
Middle Kingdom porcelain vases, starting at $22 each, Willey Boston.
“Flowerful” cotton textile, price upon request, Romo.
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