This year, Pantone selected not one but two Colors of the Year: Rose Quartz and Serenity. The combination of these two pastel colors – in pale pink and periwinkle blue – is in stark contrast to last year’s bold burgundy Marsala. It’s reasonable to say that 2016 will be the year of the pastels, and we can’t wait to see how these color combinations will influence the fashion, furniture, art, design and home décor industries.
We’re loving the baby blue color of Serenity, and have curated inspired home décor products, designs and ideas to help with your own style choices.
Painting your walls Serenity blue this year will make your flooring choice pop! If you have hardwood flooring, add a Karastan luxury rug or cut and bound rug to really pull the room together.
Serenity blue velvet tufted sofa is a beautiful furniture choice for any sitting room.
The kitchen is the perfect place for Serenity blue! These chic cabinets bring both a pop of color and a calm, soothing element to the room.
Create your very own blue room using Serenity. We love how the subtle variations of the blue in this room – from the upholstery to the curtains – elicit a bold, vibrant effect!
This La Chance Zorro Coffee Table has a unique design, the two supporting Serenity overlapping trays reflect one another and give the impression of lightness. This would make a modern and beautiful addition to any living room!
Use Serenity in the very foundation of your home with Karastan luxury carpets and cut and bound rugs. We have a plethora of Serenity inspired luxury carpets to choose from: Risque in Periwinkle Passion, Maiden Lane in Leisure Blue, Sweet Embrace Everstrand carpet in Calm Spirit and our Simply Spectacular SmartStrand Forever Clean Sorona Silk in Prism Blue.
Brighten up your living and sleeping area with this Serenity blue solid cashmere throw.
Finally, the coastal inspired color of our Pacifica Collection of rugs is influenced by traditional Persian design. The Voltaire in Indigo has various shades of Serenity and is timeless elegance.
What do you think about decorating your home with Pantone’s Serenity?