Decorate your home with the Colour of the Year 2018

Pantone has always accustomed us to showy, eye-catching colors, “out of the box.” Living in a world painted by Pantone is everything except boring, where every day we are thrown into creativity and combining a colorful world with our daily routine.

Pantone surprised everyone and launched the colour of the year 2018: PANTONE 18-3838 UltraViolet. This dramatically provocative and thoughtful purple shade communicates originality, ingenuity, and visionary thinking that points us toward the future.

In interior design, UltraViolet can transform a room into one of extraordinary self-expression, or conversely, its polish can tone down a room with subdued, modern pairings.

Adding spice and brightness, UltraViolet calls attention to a tufted couch, a piece of art, or accent wall.

As a color that can take you in so many directions, UltraViolet makes a statement in any space, whether it’s one of tradition and elegance or unexpected boldness.

We’ve rounded up our top shopping picks to whet your appetite for the new year’s favourite colour.

Pantone UltraViolet: Living Room

Classic Modern Scroll Arm Velvet large Love Seat Sofa. Picture: Amazon

Cost: US$415.50 + Shipping
Sold by: Amazon

First impressions have always been given their due credit and the home decor space has benefited by this trending need to create an impressionable first look. Whether you have a flair for the bold look or you’re up for a soothing minimalistic aura, an ultraviolet sofa or couch is your best bet to liven up your living space and nail that first look.

Pantone UltraViolet: Bedroom

Pillow Case Sofa Waist Throw Cushion Cover Home Decor Purple. Picture: Lazada

Cost: S$3.91 + Shipping
Sold by: Lazada

Our bedrooms are the most intimate spaces, which we create and deck up with the utmost care. Bedroom designs typically involve a lot of aesthetic value and embody the true sensibility of the owners.

UltraViolet-hued cushion covers (like the one above) can be a quiet companion to your bedroom decor, which will not only be non-intrusive in your personal bedroom but will also add a subtle dash of brightness to your space.

Pantone UltraViolet: Bathroom

 

French Lavender Jar Candle. Picture: Shea

Cost: S$38.80 + Shipping
Sold by: Shea

Bath decor is no more a compartmentalized afterthought in the home furnishing space. People take great care and indulge luxuriously in making their bathroom their own personal haven.

Adding an ultraviolet hue to your bathroom decor can instantly rejuvenate the mood in your bath space. A scented ultraviolet candle can be a simple but refreshing addition to your bathroom and can fit seamlessly into any kind of bath decor that you choose.

Pantone UltraViolet: Workspace

Wayner Office Chair. Picture: FortyTwo

Cost: S$44.90 + Shipping
Sold by: FortyTwo

In the times when work from home has become a popular concept, it is imperative to create your own dedicated workspace at home. This is a rocky boat to be on, as there needs to be a fine balance between making the space work-ready and blending it in with the rest of the home decor.

A minimalistic room setting with functional furniture will facilitate productivity, while a dainty touch of ultraviolet on your chair can ensure that you feel at home in your own humble abode.

Pantone UltraViolet: Your Nook

SG Beans Pizazz bean bag. Picture: SG Beans

Cost: S$99.00 + Shipping
Sold by: SG Beans

Finally, it’s time for the most important part of your home. No matter where and how you live, everyone has a corner or nook in the house that absolutely and completely belongs to them.

Typically, this space is decked up with the utmost and intricate detail and reflects the truest and most authentic version of the residents. While your personal nook is entirely done up at your own discretion, a comfortable and cozy ultraviolet bean bag will blend it perfectly in your nook and add a spirited look to your space.

Bring the liveliness of Pantone Colour of the Year ‘Ultraviolet’ to your home and brighten up the different sections of your living spaces.

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