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Since 2000, the Pantone Color Institute graphics company has chosen a Color of the Year, and the 2020 hue is PANTONE 19-4052 TCX, otherwise known as “Classic Blue.” The blue hue is indeed a classic–a primary color that’s simple, bright, and doesn’t pull any punches. It calls to mind blueberries, nautical motifs, and, yes, Facebook. Below are some ideas for putting a pop of this cheery color in your space and your life, from apartment-friendly sofas and chairs to necessary accessories like a self-cleaning water bottle.
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The easiest way to add color to your home is to literally paint it on. Bring a dose of color to a room detail, an accent wall, or, as is the very current style, an entire room. Benjamin Moore’s “Blueberry Hill,” and Farrow & Ball’s “Ultra Marine Blue” No. W29 (also pictured in the room shown above) are close kin to the Pantone shade.
|This sectional sofa is a statement in blue, with enough room for the whole menagerie to sprawl on.|
|This water bottle won’t get stinky; UV-C LED technology purifies water and cleans the inner surfaces of the bottle by eliminating odor-causing bacteria and viruses.
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|Designed by Clara von Zweigbergk for HAY, Kaleido Trays come in tons of cool shapes and sizes, perfect for fitting together to create functional and decorative constellations.
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|This on-trend velvet club chair has all the right curves.|
|This Euro-modern armchair in chrome or gold adds a luxe touch to your living room.|
|If your new year’s resolution has to do with doing more baking, you’ll need this stand mixer.|
|Good news for the bath–or the beach.|
|This cool lamp is the Yves Klein blue mod find you’ve been looking for.|
|As classic as it gets, Le Creuset brings Le Cordon Bleu to your cuisine.|
|2020 might just be the year of the statement range. This gorgeous ILVE dual fuel cooker could anchor a colorful kitchen without even trying, and the brand is a classic.|
|Want to match your apartment? Candy-colored locks can be seen almost everywhere, depending on how deep you want to dive into color. Mix with shampoo or conditioner for just a hint.|
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