Pantone announced the colour of the year and suddenly Living Coral is the colour mushrooming across the interior and furniture designs. The colour is an ode to the biodiversities that provide mankind with nourishment and warmth. With a colour selection such as this, we are ready to embrace a sustainable form of living and thriving.
The colour is also fun and celebrates the joyful, young, vivacious and energetic side of life.
Needless to say, there is a coral for everyone! And here is our take on how you can pepper your interior designs with a hint of coral.
There is no such thing as too much coral and we like how this room has blended coral walls with coral cushions to bring a pleasant overdose of the shade. When paired with neutral accents, the impact of the colour is toned down to create a softer more subtle look and feel.
If too much of one colour is not your thing, then this idea is a great way to add coral in your projects/daily life. Decor elements in the colour, against lovely pastels and neutrals make for a refreshing and interesting design. Duck egg blue has been recommended the best colour to pair living coral with and this bedroom design is proof that these two colours are a match made in heaven.
The colour is a celebration of the fluid, sensuous and the sublime. If used in right measures, coral has the potential to be an artists delight. The colour has emotion, character and the enigma to enchant its viewers. This lovely rustic sideboard in washed coral with soft chrysanthemums painted all across, is lush poetry painting a Summer afternoon.
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