Just Peachy: How to Use Pantone's 2024 Color of the Year in Your Home

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Step aside Viva Magenta, there’s a new hue in town for 2024 and it’s a real peach: Introducing Pantone's color of the year, Peach Fuzz (Pantone 13-1023). We know what you’re thinking...peach walls? Call the design police, stat. But trust us when we say this hue will add a punch of feel-good vibes to any room. From mood-lifting accents to full-on statement pieces, SBP’s got the juiciest ways for you to bring Peach Fuzz into your home right now...plus a look at how we've Pantone-ified SBP listings using AI. Let’s dig in.

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Sprinkle Your Space with Peach Fuzz Textures

For living spaces, Peach Fuzz can make an understated splash. Try layering chic wallpaper with pops of color via peach pillows, terracotta vases, clay lamps and woven wool rugs. Utilizing these natural textures allows the peach palette to feel chill rather than saccharine. And who wouldn't want guests to arrive in a space that whispers, "just relax already!"

Left: Pottery Barn, Right: 211 South Muirfield Road Pantone-ified using AI 

Enliven Your Tablescape with Fun Details

Why not make Peach Fuzz the star of your next dinner party tablescape? Use a peach tablecloth as your base then layer on napkins, runners, placemats and coasters in an array of peachy prints and solids (these scalloped napkins are perfection). You can also incorporate elements like apricot candles, peach peonies, brass flatware and rattan chargers to tie the entire peach-centric table together. The result is a tablescape as vibrant yet comforting as the hue itself.

Left: Bed Threads, Right: 2505 Summitridge Drive Pantone-ified using AI 

Transform Your Bathroom into a Peachy Retreat

There’s perhaps no room in the house that begs for the comforting qualities of Peach Fuzz more than your bathroom. Go all out by bathing the walls in muted peach paint, stack fluffy peach towels, or hang up a peach shower curtain for a pop of freshness (how charming is this?). And when it comes to fixtures and accents, be sure to mix in earthier stone and metals so you don't OD on sweetness. The result? Spa-worthy interiors.

Left: 856 Leonard Road Pantone-ified using AI, Right: Porcelanosa

Warm Up Your Bedroom with Sweet Linens

Your bedroom should be your sanctuary, and there’s no hue more zen-inducing than a warm, cozy peach. Pull in some coordinating chenille throws and velvety shams, then accent with airy linens for layers and layers of tactile coziness. Brands like Bed Threads and Quince have their own variations of peach that are more terracotta-forward and absolutely perfect for a light, comforting aesthetic. Warm it up further by opting for woven nightstands, skin-friendly jute rugs and wicker laundry bins that keep the nature-inspired vibes flowing.

Left: Decor Pad, Right: 13040 Evanston Street Pantone-ified using AI  

Curate a Peachy Keen Outdoor Space

Don’t let Peach Fuzz languish inside — bring this soothing neutral outdoors to craft an alfresco oasis with some stylish edge. Hang woven orb lights overhead to illuminate your space with a peachy glow, arrange antique terracotta planters bursting with peach flowers alongside weathered wood tables, add in a peach-hued sun umbrella for when you need a break from those warm LA rays. You’ve finally got yourself an outdoor retreat that manages to feel playful and sophisticated all at once. 

Left: Business & Pleasure, Right: 856 Leonard Road Pantone-ified using AI 

How are you using Pantone’s 2024 Color of the Year? We want to see! Snap some pics and DM us on Instagram @smithandberg so we can repost!

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