How to Decorate Your Home with Pantone’s Rose Quartz and Serenity
December 6, 2015 - accent chair
When we listened that Pantone had expelled not one—but two!—colors this year, my oddity was piqued. Was final year’s low burgundy tone of Marsala such a strike that they motionless to get some-more crash for their buck? Or was this two-for-one something else entirely?
But afterwards we looked during a tangible colors of rose quartz and serenity. My mind jumped immediately to baby showers, aged family photos, and my late grandmother’s ambience in furniture, notwithstanding Pantone’s confidant commercial that a dual hues “challenge normal perceptions of tone association.”
Yeah, yeah, everyone’s a critic. But afterwards we started looking into how that would indeed interpret to (modern!) home décor, and a answer—much to my surprise—was, surprisingly well. Since rose quartz is a flattering dark pinkish and not, say, as in-your-face as a 2014 tone of a year, Radiant Orchid, it lends itself to chuck pillows, linens, wall colors, and even accent chairs, if we wish to entirely dedicate to vital with one of a “It” colors of 2016.
Serenity, with a pale hue, is an easier tone to understanding with (or maybe that’s only since we tend to ride some-more toward cooler and neutral colors). But combined? You’ve somehow got a fresh, gender-neutral space that feels to-the-minute. The pivotal is gripping your seat and accessories streamlined, so no chintzy unfair chic, please.
Check out 5 ways we can adorn with a dual trendiest colors for 2016.