Classic Blue Is The Color of 2020

Let’s recap a little bit Pantone choices for last years.

We had in 2017 Greenery Reigned Supreme, indulging our love of plants.

2018 shade was a Grapey Purple Dubbed Ultra Violet while 2019 represented Living Coral.

All those shades were used massively in Interior Design & Fashion, furniture accessories and so on.

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The 2020 Pantone Color of the Year has been announced in December 2019 and we are really happy that it is Classic Blue as we was adding this color accent in our interiors from 2018, and we think you’re going to like it.

While blue is most people’s favorite color, this particular shade is “timeless and enduring” and “elegant in its simplicity.”

“We are living in a time that requires trust and faith. It is this kind of constancy and confidence that is expressed by PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue, a solid and dependable blue hue we can always rely on,” Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, says in a press release.

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While we feel Classic Blue is safe, its not boring. We can easily add this color in a mid-tone hue tempting neutral space. Even your home bursting with color, this shade plays nicely with others.

When it comes to home decor, Pantone confirms that there are many possibilities for the 2020 color: “Classic Blue injects creative confidence into interiors, transforming a space through unique color combinations and tonal statements. Easily applied across so many different materials, textures and finishes, PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue is a dependable blue that can take you in different directions expressing tradition and elegance as well as unexpected boldness.”

In case you are designing or renovating, or just want to add this beautiful shade to your neutral design, we will break few options of mix and match.

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  • Whites, Grey and A Touch of Gold

Navy blue is a timeless (and regal) color that is growing in popularity. Color of the year for 2020, it is a dark, rich that is reminiscent of the night sky. 

Dark hues of blue pair beautifully with whites and grey, giving any home an elegant and luxurious feel.

Perfect to be used for receptions, lobbies, and formal dining rooms.

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  • Champagne, White & Blues

Champagne is going to be one of the biggest 2020 color trends. And if you’re thinking champagne is boring, think again.  

This beige, natural tone will make a room feel warmer. Champagne adds an earthy touch to interiors and creates a calming environment. 

You can pair champagne with bold textures and materials if you want to add interest to a room. You can also play around with metallic accessories such as gold and silver.

Perfect to be used for bedrooms, living rooms and family areas.

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  • Colors, colors, colors

If you want to give an amazing and unique vibe to your space, use colorful cushions creating a Moroccan feeling , including classic blue.

You can use it even with geometrical patterns. Adding these prints with blues shades to your curtains, carpets or pillows can immediately uplift the vibe of a room.

Perfect to be used for family dining, living room and small gatherings.

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Timeless and enduring blue hues it is imprinted in our minds as a restful color.

It brings a sense of peace and tranquility to our human spirit and same time elegant in its simplicity.

As final thought, if you don’t feel comfortable using it as full wall accent or even room, you ll never regret using in pieces of furniture in combination with warm textures and metals like gold accent or natural wooden elements.

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If an interior designer propose you this amazing color, be sure to love it or hate as it is a timeless shade and its here to stay.

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