Joined together Rose Quartz and Serenity Blue (Pantone’s Color of the Year – Times Two) demonstrates an inherent balance between the warmer embracing rose quartz to the cooler tranquil serenity blue, reflecting connection and wellness, as well as a soothing sense of order and peace. And on Nantucket – we are all about connecting with others and finding peace in our everyday lives.
So then I started thinking about how that would actually translate to modern home décor, and the answer—much to my surprise—was, amazingly well. Since rose quartz is a pretty pale pink, it lends itself to throw pillows, linens, wall colors, glassware, and even accent chairs, if you want to fully commit to living with one of the “It” colors of 2016. Here is just a few of our favorite looks:
Serenity, with its muted hue, is an easier color to work with (or maybe that’s just because I tend to gravitate more toward cooler and neutral colors. But combined? You’ve somehow got a fresh, gender-neutral space that feels fresh and modern.
Check out five ways you can decorate with the two trendiest colors for 2016.
“Antoinette” paint, $30 per liter; at Annie Sloan
Just a little paint goes a long way so remember to paint wisely but this Annie Sloan Chalk Paint is the perfect choice if you looking to add a hint of Pantone’s Color of the Year. Below is the perfect shade of rose quartz on a modern sofa. We like the idea of keeping the walls and floors neutral so that it gives the soft hue of rose quartz balance. By adding some bold green plants it gives the space a modern clean feel.
A serenity blue sofa (like the one below) is sure to draw you into this cozy space. Don’t you just want to curl up to a good book and get lost in it for a few hours?
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A kitchen to cook some healthy meals is key when bringing family together and this one featured on One Kings Lane has a great modern vibe.
And who wouldn’t enjoy a little rest and relaxation in this cozy rose quartz bedding by Anthropologie?