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Interior Design with Pantone’s 2024 Colour of the Year, Peach Fuzz 

Interior Design with Pantone’s 2024 Colour of the Year, Peach Fuzz 

Just last month, Pantone unveiled its pick for colour of the year for 2024: Peach Fuzz, “a velvety gentle peach whose all-embracing spirit enriches heart, mind, and body”. This gentle warm hue evokes feelings of kindness and tenderness and represents a new vision for what design can do for the human experience. 

So, how can we translate this evocative colour into our living spaces? Let’s explore: 

1. Walls of Tranquillity

With its comforting and welcoming outlook, Peach Fuzz is the perfect choice for punctuating your living room and bedroom. Its soft, blushing tone works wonders for creating a sense of serenity and inviting intimacy.  

Our designers recommend to pair it with textured beige tones, such as those on Niro Granite’s Travertine Marble, for a timeless look, or add a touch of drama with deep charcoal accents like what you might find on I’Pietra’s darker shades. Even in larger spaces, Peach Fuzz has the surprising ability to feel both expansive and grounded.

2. A Playful Embrace

With Peach Fuzz’s versatility, you could also go a little more understated by introducing it as pops of colour throughout your space, such as on statement cushions, vibrant rugs, or a cheerful armchair. In a child’s room, Peach Fuzz creates a playful backdrop for the imagination to bloom. 

On that note, tiles with a softer surface such as Silky can be a great complement to Peach Fuzz, making the tactile experience of the space as comfortable as the visual experience.

3. Nurturing the Senses 

Though often associated with hecticness and multitasking, the kitchen is the heart of the home, and as such, deserves a touch of nurturing warmth as well. In the kitchen, Peach Fuzz can be introduced through cookware, dishware, or even as a cosy apron. 

In the bathroom, applying Peach Fuzz evokes a spa-like atmosphere, encouraging moments of self-care. Use towels, bathmats, or even vanity stools in this soothing shade to create a sanctuary for your senses. For extra impact, you could pair these accents with warm neutral tiles like Sonosand to complete the calming atmosphere, or wood design tiles like Eco-foresta.

4. A Bridge Between Shades

Another way you can use Peach Fuzz in your interior design is as a bridge between other colours. In a living room, if you have bold colours like navy blue paired with cool greys like those on Cementum, Peach Fuzz can soften the transition between the two while adding a touch of warmth. In a bedroom, it harmonises with biophilic elements like earthy greens or creates a dreamy contrast with deep purples.

5. Complementary Colours

For all its other qualities, Peach Fuzz’s fruity overtones lean feminine in its coding, which may pose a challenge for masculine interior spaces. To balance this, complementary colours that can be considered are colours such as: 

  • Deep Forest Green 
  • Stone Grey 
  • Charcoal Black 
  • Oak Brown 

Tiles with nature-inspired designs, such as ZR Ragno and Krea, would tend to blend well with Peach Fuzz furnishings. 

Ultimately, Peach Fuzz is all about inviting a feeling of warmth into your home and embracing the beauty of simple moments. So, experiment and play around to see how you can incorporate Peach Fuzz, whether as an accent or as a feature, and see how that adds to your space and your lifestyle.

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