The Pantone color of the year for 2019 is Living Coral, an offspring of two bright shades orange and pink. Wondering how you can decorate your outdoors with this lovely shade? Read on and find tips on how to make Living Coral work for your outdoors.
Paint that Picket Fence Well
A combination of orange and pink, this cool tone lends a floral touch to your property borders. With its lively and lovely shade, it’ll certainly draw the eyes of any passerby. Living coral on your picket fence will certainly make your property a dreamy one.
A Welcoming Door
If you think painting your fence in the living coral shade is too bold of a statement, try using the shade on your door instead. Make a vibrant statement with living coral as your door’s new color this 2019. With its eye-popping shade, it’ll certainly make any exterior eye-catching.
Outdoor pillows and mats
From pillows that make your couch cozier to look at to your front door welcome mat—these are just some of the things you can have to match Pantone’s color of the year for 2019. Putting a touch of living coral to any or all of your outdoor setting will certainly perk you up any time you look at it.
The best thing about this year’s color is that plants sporting its hue can easily be found and planted in your yard. From rose corals to orange rockets and even coleus plants, you won’t run out of plants to decorate your garden with.
If your outdoor furniture is in need of a major re-painting, why not give it the living coral treatment? We’re sure it’ll make any of your furniture look fun and funky enough to make you want to spend more time out of doors.
No matter what way you use the color of the year in your outdoor palette, we’re sure it’ll be awesome for you. However, if you need guidance on how to combine this year’s color with your existing shades, don’t hesitate to give us a call for a free, no-obligation consultation!