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Living Coral is the Color of the Year -- Here are 3 Ways to Integrate it into your Home Decor

by Gina Jacobs 10/27/2019

Photo by Fauzan My via Pixabay

Each year, color experts at Pantone select a single shade to become its color of the year. This color impacts everything from fashion design to home interiors and consumer goods; chances are many of the products you'll see on store shelves will be influenced by this color. For 2019, Pantone chose Living Coral, a vibrant blend of pink and orange, for its annual color of the year. This lively shade is a step away from tangerine and coral and verges into an almost salmon shade of pink. This is a bright, clean shade that can draw attention and can be used to add a pop of color or accent to any room in your home. Here are three of our favorite ways to use Living Coral at home:

1. Freshen up accents: Throw pillows, accessories and wall decor are easy to find in this appealing, cheerful shade. Replace your current pillows, throws and other items with pieces that feature Living Coral for an up-to-the-minute pop of color that will brighten up any space. One of the nicest things about decorating with changeable accessories is that you can make changes without a large commitment; no paint or tools required. 

2. Create an accent wall: Whether you paint an entire wall with Living Coral or just use plates, art and other pieces to incorporate the color, you can use it to make a stunning focal point in any room. An entire large room done in this bright and energizing shade might be too much, but a single wall will attract attention without overwhelming your space.

3. Use nature: Living coral goes particularly well with shades of green, and natural flowers and plants offer a delicate, live addition to any room. Seashells, coral and crystals or gemstones in the shade can be used to accent plants or fill bowls, while plants like tulips, dahlias and hibiscus add both color and scent.

From choosing simple accessory changes to incorporating the striking texture and color of living plants, it is easy to update your space with the natural beauty of Living Coral. You'll love the fresh, energizing appeal of this striking shade, and your home will look current and up to date with the latest trends, almost effortlessly.

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Gina Jacobs

 With a strong desire to prosper in real estate, Gina Jacobs got her agent license in 2002 and immediately started working for one of the large local firms. In addition to listing homes and assisting buyers with their purchases, over the years Gina has successfully bought and flipped several properties, has general contracted the construction of a new home in Oxford, and currently manages several rental properties for out of state owners. Having lived in several towns in the area, Gina still services those towns and numerous others in the Fairfield, New Haven, and Litchfield Counties.

Besides renovating distressed homes for resale, Gina enjoys renovating dollhouses in her spare time. She is currently working on 2 vintage dollhouses made by her grandfather and one she acquired from a very generous client. Gina also takes pleasure in gardening and photography. Some of her top selling photos can be viewed on Shutterstock.com