trend: living coral
Pantone of the year Living coral. Stuck on how to incorporate the colour of the year into your house? We have collated the best looks in coral interiors to inspire you.
Nobody had heard of living coral until this year when pantone announced it as their colour of the year but it is now firmly on everyone’s lips. It was a brighter and bolder choice than we have seen in the past and quite a tricky one when it comes to placing it in the house but we have come up with some handy tips on how to be trend led with living coral this year.
Adding Coral as an accent I don’t think that pantone envisage everyone painting their whole house in coral when they announced it as the winner but instead incorporating it with subtle highlights and as an accent colour. Try adding small touches to your interior with one bold statement piece like our diffuser floor lamp or the mesh table lamp. Then, tactically position other smaller items like ornaments and frames in the same pantone to bring the look together.
Image Credit; Colombo and Serboli Architecture
Diffuser floor lamp in Coral houseof
Add blocks of colour
We have a serious crush on the designer behind this kitchen. The choice of coral kitchen doors against stark charcoal tiles is dramatic and bold. This scheme works because it isn’t fussy or detailed and it is really very confident.
Photo by Diamond Vogel
The coral room is one of our favourite interiors in London. It’s eclectic feel mixes this seasons colour with Art Deco finery creating the perfect environment to sip cocktails in. Just because you may live in a period property, it doesn’t mean you can’t incorporate modern colour choices and trends. Most trends have been stolen from trends past and it is their delivery which makes them contemporary.
Photo by Luke Edward Hall
Left wanting more? Read our blog on creating the look from the Coral Room.
Have a look at our pinterest board dedicated to living coral if you are in need of more inspiration.
About the author.
My name is Helen, I'm the co-founder of houseof. I want to encourage more people to have conversations and talk about what means the most to them. I will interview bloggers and designers, trying to get to know everyone and also telling you more about us.