Living Coral Inspired Interior Design Ideas By CovetED – The revelation of the Color Of The Year award is one of the most expected moments in the year! Since it was already announced to the public, the CovetED Magazine has presented some inspiring interior decor projects that were based on this incredible color tone!
These incredible interior design ideas are inspired in the latest color trend announced by Pantone, and it has arrived just in time for your next interior design project!
For the last 20 years, Pantone’s Colour of the Year award has turned out to be a major influence to product creation and purchasing choices for many industries, like fashion, home furnishings, and industrial design, as well as product, packaging, and graphic design. This year, Living Coral (16-1546) was announced Colour of The Year 2019 by Pantone.
The stand out of this 19th-century inspired apartment, created by Note Design Studio, is the mid-century coral armchair and the unique storage closet. Located in Stockholm, this apartment shows a new interior design trend for the popular Scandinavian design lines. The punchy coral color goes really well with the other colors shades chosen for this dining room decor, like sage green and pale yellow.
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This all coral-pink bathroom is from an incredible interior design project in Sydney, Australia, created by the Tribe Studio. The warm color shade was applied all over the space, like on the tiled walls, under-sink storage cabinet, and mirror frame, to create a final effect where white objects in the room look colored!
The different living areas of this Grecian home were based on three different colors tones, however, coral pink was the chosen one for space where you can admire the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. The Architect Stamatios Giannikis used this warm color shade across the walls, doors and wind frames.
In the kitchen design from a Barcelona flat, Colombo and Serboli Architecture applied different shades of pink into the design, However, the multiple living coral tones dominate the kitchen design and the living area decor. This small apartment features a guest bathroom that makes a strong impression against the paler shades!
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