Living in Coral
A vitality-filled shade for 2019
From Fanny Bolen Interiors: Fabric prices on request – China Seas Aga reverse watermelon on tinted linen; Alan Campbell Mojave corals on tinted linen; Quadrille Henriot floral pinks on ecru linen; Framed acrylic dots on paper by Stephanie Henderson, $500 each; SkLO drinking glasses, set of 4, $242
Pantone’s color of the year most definitely livens things up for 2019. A beachy hue that evokes visions of sunsets and sandy shorelines, Living Coral is a color to live in. As with every annual pick, it’s not necessarily the exact color that starts to permeate the design world – different variations are soon to appear in everything from dining ware to furniture, not to mention other trends (see page 20). We’ve run the gamut here with everything from seating to art. Living Coral, or any shade from the lighter or darker shades of the family, is a great accent to add into your decor to freshen things up and kickstart spring living.