Life, inspired: Pantone Colour of the Year: Classic Blue
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Pantone Colour of the Year: Classic Blue

Make a big statement with these five ways to incorporate the Pantone Colour of the Year into your home

Reminiscent of the sky at dusk, Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2020 is cool and calming Classic Blue. Get set to see this hue pop up in all areas of home decorating this year.

Need some inspiration for incorporating it into your own home? We’ve rounded up five of our favourite products to get you on your way!

 

 

 

 

Statement furniture

Go big or go home! Perfect for making a dramatic statement, this striking ‘Zilver’ bed frame by Domayne exudes opulence in this attractive colour. Constructed of premium plush fabric, it’s not only soft to the touch but also adds a hint of texture to your space. Zilver Bed Frame, POA, Domayne.

Statement Sofas

Brighten up your living space by bringing Classic Blue hues into your key furniture pieces. Olivia 2 Seat Sofa, $599 from Focus on Furniture.

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Pops of Colour

Incorporate pops of colour and texture into a neutral palette. Maxine Side Chair, $199 from Early Settler.

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Statement Sofas

Brighten up your living space by bringing Classic Blue hues into your key furniture pieces. Olivia 2 Seat Sofa, $599 from Focus on Furniture.

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Pops of Colour

Incorporate pops of colour and texture into a neutral palette. Maxine Side Chair, $199 from Early Settler.

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Rugs and throws

Adding a rug or throw to your living room is a simple way to switch up your home’s colour scheme, pronto. This handwoven, bold-patterned ‘TRANGET’ rug from IKEA’s 2020 range is a great option to do just that! TRANGET Rug, $299, IKEA.

 

 


Crockery, vases and pot plants

Incorporating Pantone’s Classic Blue can be as easy as complementing what you’ve already got with a few small accent pieces. Think vases, pots and crockery like this stunning ‘Matera Blue Dinner Set’ by House. Ambrosia Matera 12-Piece Dinner Set, $99.99, House.

 


Bedding and linen

Soft furnishings like quilt covers, sheets, and cushions are an affordable way to transform an interior. Harvey Norman’s ‘Delray Quilt Cover Set’ elevates a bedroom with its vibrant print. Add a textured cushion or two to complete the look, and you’re golden. Delray Indigo Quilt Cover Set, from $149.95, Harvey Norman.

 

 

Let there be light

If minimalism is more your thing, look no further than Nick Scali’s ‘Benjamin’ floor lamp. With a simple geometric shape and discreet fabric cord, it’s a great option for adding a subtle pop of colour without going blue-crazy. Benjamin Lamp, POA, Nick Scali.