3 Gorgeous Designs with Living Coral
Living Coral was the colour chosen for 2019. Pantone chose yet again one beautiful colour, one that many designers have already created amazing ambiences with.
« Lying at the center of our naturally vivid and chromatic ecosystem, PANTONE Living Coral is evocative of how coral reefs provide shelter to a diverse kaleidoscope of colour.» by Leatrice Eiseman
Given that Pantone colour choice for the year 2019 as such deep meaning, it’s only right that designers know how to respect and integrate Living Coral on ambiences.
The Breadway Bakery in Ukraine, beautifully designed by Lera Brumina and Artem Trigubchak is a perfect representation of how Living Coral can work well in any design.
Using several different colours, the designers manage to combine different tones in perfection. Starting with the tiled wall in shades of neutral grey and orange contours, following on the gold bench base with light pink and Living Coral paddings and on the white sets of tables and chairs.
The Pantone Pantry at Tribute Portfolio’s Royal Palm Hotel, where the reveal for 2019 Pantone’s Color was hosted.
The Pantone Pantry is a sort of vaulted inspired room, where everything is Living Coral inspired, with small variations of the shade itself and other vibrant colours which Living Coral can be combined with.
A gorgeous New York apartment designed by Reutov Dmitry. Inspired on Mexico colours and each colour potential, the home design was created in shades of coral, mint green and other variations.
This is a design that strongly reinforces the vibrancy and liveliness in Living Coral. Either on walls, simple walls or texturized ones, the use of Living Coral variations works great with the other elements of the design.
The Living Room above shows how a lighter shade of Living Coral is combined with a bright bold mint green colour, creating a statement of boldness and exotic mood on the apartment.
The rooms designs below, work as an extended entryway and use a stronger shade of Living Coral. This slight orange coral shade, more than pink coral, so it stands out a lot more, even combined with the mint green.