How To Bring Pantone Colours Into Your Home DecorFriday 20 September 2019
Inspired by the colour trends of New York Fashion Week, CovetED Magazine brings you some pieces by the world’s top luxury brands that are the easiest way to introduce some Pantone colour inspirations into your home decor. From the living room to the kid’s bedroom, the whole house can be trendy while maintaining all the sophistication you ever wanted. Keep on reading to find out more and check out the video by Inspiration to be even more inspired!
Extreme simplicity, contemporary aesthetic and seductive power: these are the characteristics reflected in each detail that make the Bonsai love at first sight. Relating to Boca do Lobo’s approach to re-adapting traditional furniture styles, and inseparably combined with innovative processes, the Bonsai Dining table boasts bold lines and character in a fantastic blend of styles and material finishes. The Chive tone (Pantone 19-0323 TCX) of the Bonsai Dining Table adds a natural touch to your space.
Elegant shapes in velvet, hand embroidery, natural silk and dazzling jacquards with decorations. A piece of art with a timeless SOUL. The Nº4 II Cushion by Home’s Society mixes creme with Cinnamon Stick (Pantone 18-1345 TCX), adding a trendy touch to any space.
Florence Centre Table provides rich contrast, thanks to its velvet upholstered body and polished brass base, enhancing the juxtaposition of the two vibrant materials, along with a custom Estremoz marble tabletop, giving it the ultimate gorgeous touch. The Classic Blue (Pantone 19-4052) colour of the table emanates a royal feeling, perfect for a luxurious living room.
Symbol of knowledge and rebirth, Nº20 Dining Chair was raised through a long journey of 24 prototypes. This fabric chair, fully upholstered in twill, features a nailhead trim that adds subtle sophistication. Full of strength and determination, this dining room furniture piece is sure to impress. Its Faded Denim (Pantone 17-4021 TCX) colour is understated and classic, perfect to pair up with prints and bold textures.
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