Everything you need to know if you want to renovate your home with Pantone Classic Blue.
How to renovate your home with Pantone Classic Blue. 4 practical design tips to apply immediately and with little effort even at home.
How to take advantage of classic blue in your home. Classic Blue is the Pantone Color of the Year 2020, and designers around the world, once the restrictions caused by the Coronavirus outbreak are over, are eager to use it in their housing and apartment projects. Pantone Color of the Year 2020 also lends itself to different solutions and shades, Classic Blue is in fact an extremely versatile color with a very rich color palette from which to choose the shade that best represents you.
How to renovate a home with Pantone Classic Blue. 4 practical design tips to apply immediately and with little effort even at home.
Give your whole house a makeover by painting your walls in Pantone Classic Blue!
One of the simplest (and most discounted) ways to refresh your home with the color of the year: Pantone Classic Blue, is to repaint the walls of your rooms with Pantone 2020 shades. Start by repainting one room (even a single wall is fine). After repainting the walls, you can let your imagination run wild. Find and retrieve objects and decorative accessories in Classic Blue tones to give a touch of uniformity to the interior design of your home.
Change the furniture and electrical appliances in your kitchen
If you don’t feel like making major changes throughout your home or in important rooms such as the living room or bedroom, try giving the kitchen a classic blue touch. Simply repaint the kitchen cabinets or (for those with more substantial budget availability) replace some appliances (like the fridge) to give the whole room a modern touch.
Don’t forget the upholstery
For the living room, upholstery elements can be the key to introducing Classic Blue into your home’s interior design. Start small, perhaps buying some simple poufs that can be easily removed if you feel there is too much blue, if you want to go big instead, you can even opt to change the entire sofa by replacing the old one with a sofa in shades of Pantone 2020. Whatever your choice, be sure to match the color of the furniture with the rugs and table.
To save money, you can dedicate yourself to renovating only individual items in Classic Blue shades.
Our advice, if you don’t want to spend too much on blue decor accessories to renovate your home, is to choose smaller pieces such as pots with plants, books and candles. Obviously in shades of Pantone 2020 Classic Blue.
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