2024’s Pantone Colour of the Year is Peach Fuzz. How to use it.

We always love the Pantone Colour of the Year Announcement and the latest one is no exception. Titled Peach Fuzz, this year’s hue just happens to be one of my favourites so it’s nice to see it getting the love it deserves. And while orange can be tricky to style, there’s something so user-friendly about this particular shade that Pantone describes as gentle, warm, cosy, subtly sensual and heartfelt. What’s not to love?

Pantone Peach Fuzz

Bed Threads Hazelnut & Terracotta 100% French flax linen scalloped European pillowcases (set of two): These pillowcases bring punchy colour and eye-catching curved edges and can be styled anywhere from a bed to a sofa or armchair. $140.

Bed Threads cushions

Nood Co. Juno bathtub in pastel peach: We love this curvaceous peach bath tub (available in so many other hues too!). $7,280.

Nood Co. bathtub

Bonnie & Neil Wave peach bath mat: Made from 100% tufted cotton, this curvy bath mat is soft underfoot, super absorbent and perfect for adding a pop of colour in the bathroom. $79.

Bonnie & Neil peach wave bathmat

Armadillo & Co. Eden rug in abalone: Available in three sizes this sumptuous rug is made from hand-dyed wool which takes on a rich hue and solid lustre that refracts the light from every angle. From $5,500.

Armadillo Eden rug in abalone

DOMO Kun Design Jumbo lounge chair: Inspired by elephant ears in shape and design, this gorgeous outdoor chair is constructed with a handwoven rope backrest and wings. $1,675

Domo Chair

Tile Cloud Northbridge peach terracotta look subway tile: An update on traditional terracotta tiles, this softer hued peachy option is perfect for creating a warm but neutral bathroom.

Tile Cloud tiles

Dulux Lama: Part of the Dulux Colour Forecast 2024, Dulux Lama is ideal for creating a create a restorative, joyful and safe mood in the home.

“Dulux Lama is the perfect sandy hue with orange undertones that adds interest to a space without overwhelming it, making it perfect for open plan living where white has been used in adjacent spaces,” says Dulux colour forecaster and stylist Bree Leech.

Photographer: Lisa Cohen | Stylist: Bree Leech


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