4 Ways to Incorporate Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year Into Your Home Decor

The Pantone color of the year is classic blue and besides for just filling your wardrobes with this color, why not decorate your home in it? The shade is a bit darker than a royal blue, think a more saturated tone of navy. The color is both timeless and classic (as the name suggests) and it’s going to be everywhere this year. Continue reading for some inspiration on how to incorporate the Pantone color of the year into your home.

Plush Furniture

Velvet is the perfect match for this classic color. Couches or chairs in classic blue look as elegant as they do relaxing. How can you resist falling asleep with your favorite book in hand on this couch?

Wall Color

If you’re one of those people who like to go all-in with trends, try painting your walls classic blue. It’s the statement you’re home needs and if you want to be a bit less bold, throw in some neutral color wall decor pieces.

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• CLASSIC BLUE • The @Pantone Color of the Year is finally here! "Suggestive of the sky at dusk, the reassuring qualities of Classic Blue offer the promise of protection; highlighting our desire for a dependable and stable foundation from which to build"⁠ •⁠ @Pantone (the self-proclaimed global authority on color) chooses a color each year that serves as a snapshot of what we see taking place in global culture. Typically this hue becomes increasingly influential in the vast world of design, filtering through our homes, in fashion, in marketing and advertising. You'll be seeing a lot more 🔹blue🔹 in the future.⁠ •⁠ A fun part of the real estate industry, even being on the financial side of things, is keeping up with homebuyer trends and demands. Understanding the changing landscape of the world and what homebuyers are looking for in a home helps us ultimately better connect with them. Not to mention – it's fun to see how home designs change over time and how that impacts homebuying.⁠ •⁠ I'll be doing a round up of my favorite #ClassicBlue inspiration posts in my stories today, stay tuned!⁠ ⁠ #Pantone ⁠ #COY⁠ #PantoneCOY⁠ #ClassicBlue⁠ #ClassicBlueStyle⁠ #PantoneClassicBlue⁠ #Design⁠ #ColorOfTheYear⁠ #BlueInteriorDesign ⁠ #BlueHomeDecor⁠ #ClassicBlueDecor⁠ #Home⁠ #Denver⁠ #ColoradoHome⁠ #MountainModern⁠ #MountainLiving⁠ #DenverColoradoLifestyle⁠ #DenverStyle⁠ #DenverRealEstate⁠ #MortgageDenver ⁠ #DenverMortgage⁠ #DenverHomebuying⁠

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Kitchen Cabinets

Don’t forget about your kitchen when you redecorate your home. This color looks great in kitchens as it’s classic and pairs well with wooden details. Paint your cabinets blue and keep some white details to balance it out.

Accent Pieces

No home is complete without some eye-catching accent pieces. Accent pieces work well if you aren’t 100% committed to the trend. They’re a great way to experiment and there are so many options to choose from whether it’s floor pillows, throw blankets, lights, or wall decor.

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