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How to use Pantone's 'Very Peri' in your home

How to use Pantone's 'Very Peri' in your home

What do the numbers 17-3938 mean to you? Probably not much. Read on to find out how Pantone’s brand-new colour of the year ‘Very Peri’ can be used in interiors and throughout your home.

Pantone’s 2022 colour of the year ‘Very Peri’ has been described by the brand as “a symbol of the global zeitgeist of the moment and the transition we are going through”.

So, how can this playful colour work in and around your home? Below, we have shared clever ways on how you can inject Pantone’s ‘Very Peri’ into your home:

  • Paint and Wallcoverings

    Adding a bold colour such as ‘Very Peri’ to the walls of your home may be an overwhelming thought, but Pantone has also released a series of colour palettes that allow you to liven up your space through clever colour combinations.

    As this ‘periwinkle shade of blue’ is a versatile colour, it complements several different textures and finishes, so you can introduce ‘Very Peri’ to your walls in the most subtle way!

    From a natural balance of warm and cool tones to a joyous and whimsical colour story. Pantone have mapped out just how you can update your walls this season with their unique colour palettes. For more on complementary colours, check out our colour guide here.
  • Furniture

    With ‘Very Peri’ being a brand new colour for Pantone, you may not find many furniture pieces that match a T.

    Luckily, we have the retro purple Catana round coffee table and side table which exuberates colour to inject a bold freshness to your living quarters.

    Whether you want to rest your morning cup of tea or a space to lay your remote controls, these two modern furniture pieces are functional and affordable. Plus, the contrast between the natural wood legs and the coloured tabletop works perfectly in any modern room!
  • Décor and Accessories

    From wall art to ornaments, the subtle blue and purple combo of ‘Very Peri’ can aid in creating a space in your home that feels simple yet colourful.

    Add a lively undertone to your home with purple accent blankets and cushions. Not only are they a softly textured piece of upholstery, but they can also be used as a decorative item to display your personality and interior style.

    Complete your home with any iris, lavender, or periwinkle shade accessory, as it is guaranteed to add a pop of colour even in the most stripped back of living spaces; whilst still being on-trend for 2022.

Let us know in the comments how you plan on using Pantone’s ‘Very Peri’ colour in your home!

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