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Pantone Colour of the Year 2020: 3 Ways to Embrace Classic Blue in Your Interior Design


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A new decade’s here and you probably have a long to-do list – one of the points could be revamping your bedroom, or something more exhilarating like renovating a new home. Surely you have some ideas of what an ideal home looks like to you, but do you know how colours in your home can benefit you? We’re happy to share with you about the positive elements of this year’s Pantone Colour of the Year.

What comes to mind when we’re thinking of something that’s blue in colour? The sky? The sea? Definitely both. The deep blue sky at dusk, and the deep blue sea of the Mariana Trench – that depicts PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue, the Colour of the Year 2020.

According to Pantone, Classic Blue is a “timeless and enduring blue hue” that “brings a sense of peace and tranquillity to the human spirit”.

Those are definitely desirable qualities we would want in our homes. If this speaks to you like how it does to us, here are tips to keep you inspired and motivated at all times.

3 Ways to Incorporate Classic Blue to Your Interior Design

1. Start with the Fabrics in Your Home

Dreams are always pleasant to have and they are usually associated with the clouds and skies, so why not make that a sight to look forward to when bedtime approaches? You can play around with fabrics in your home such as the curtains and bed sheet sets. Classic Blue is best paired with neutrals like whites, creams and greys.

2. Add Colour to Your Bathroom Tiles

Always wanted to recreate the serene feeling of swimming in the crystal blue ocean? Be sure to use blue tones in your bathroom that rejuvenate your senses each time you set foot inside. Tip: The combination of blue and white mosaic tiles can make your bathroom look more interesting, reminiscent of Greek and Roman tiles that still influence interior design trends to this day.

3. Include the Blues in Your Kitchen

Don’t be afraid to opt for bolder colours in the kitchen – especially blue. If you Google the benefits of the colour blue, you’ll find that blue instills peace and tranquillity; able to reduce anxiety, aggression, high blood pressure, and heart rates. Tip: Tiles are not just for bathrooms. Explore those intricate Moroccan tiles for your kitchen walls, as they instantly brighten up the area.

Are you feeling good about Classic Blue? Excited to start the new year with new hues? You can make both small and big changes, depending on your budget.

Spice things up with home decoration while at the same time not having to spend a bomb – using fabrics, centerpieces (picture a blue vase from Land of Belle on your dining table) to even kitchenware.

If you’re starting on a blank canvas a.k.a a brand new abode, the power to select the style of your home is boundless with interior design. You can paint your walls, choose unique tiles, decide on the type of fittings and fixtures…the possibilities are endless!

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