Peach Fuzz, the new trend in interior design

New colours for our spaces

Pantone’s Colour of the Year also has a significant influence in the world of interior design. In 2024, Peach Fuzz will likely be used extensively in new interior design projects for both public and private spaces, as well as in shops where furniture and decor will showcase the full potential of this nuance. When considering colours that complement Pantone’s peach shade for 2024, it’s important to focus on shades that will enhance the overall appearance of the spaces where it will be incorporated. If you’re considering using this colour in the coming months, you can easily do so by following some of our recommendations on how to bring a touch of Peach Fuzz into your home. Here are some ideas to help make your spaces truly distinctive.

How to decorate your home using Peach Fuzz

The possibilities for decorating your home with the new Pantone 2024 colour are almost endless. The simplest option is to combine new furnishings such as vases, frames and lamps with Peach Fuzz. Textiles are another fantastic way to add a splash of colour to any room without the need to replace furniture. From curtains to cushions and carpets, as well as bedspreads, sofa throws, and bathroom towels, you can indulge without the risk of overdoing it. When it comes to the actual furniture, Peach Fuzz complements any neutral colours already present in the living area – consider it for a new sofa or a lovely armchair. You can also consider purchasing (or repainting, if you’re DIY-inclined) a console table for your dining room or using the Pantone 2024 colour for bedside tables in your bedroom. You can easily give your home a brand-new look by taking advantage of the latest interior design trend of 2024.

Incorporating the Colour of the Year into interior design

Peach Fuzz is more than just a colour; it is an invitation to transform your spaces into havens of tranquillity and style. Let this captivating shade guide your interior design choices in 2024, infusing the softness and freshness of peach into every corner of your home. Peach Fuzz is a sophisticated, calibrated colour that seamlessly adapts to any setting, be it the bedroom, living room, entrance hall or bathroom. Peach Fuzz provides the ideal backdrop for versatile interiors, drawing attention without overpowering the space. It is a colour that can be perceived as neutral and aseptic, whose true strength lies in its simplicity. In this day and age where we are constantly connected and super informed, always busy and on the lookout for something, the 2024 colour of the year brings a refreshing sense of positivity. It exudes a confident and relaxed charm, acknowledging its ability to captivate everyone in a subtle yet impactful way.

The perfect combinations for Peach Fuzz

Wondering which colours go best with Peach Fuzz? Don’t worry – there’s a wide range of possibilities. If you prefer lighter tones, colours like white, ivory, cream, beige, taupe, and soft shades of grey work wonderfully. If you want to be a little more daring, opt for buttery yellows, bright oranges and even blues. However, Peach Fuzz truly shines when paired with other warm pastel shades such as sky blue, wisteria and candy pink. Very light shades work wonders if you need to brighten up the room. The result? A sophisticated and elegant space with a warm and cosy atmosphere that maintains a sense of neutrality, especially when the colours blend harmoniously with the walls, ceiling and floors.

Floors and walls using the new trend

Ceramic tiles come in a variety of different designs and finishes that can be easily combined with peach tones to create diverse looks. Peach Fuzz adapts perfectly with certain ceramic tile colours, such as beige and taupe, to create a serene and relaxing atmosphere. For example, combining light grey tiles with peach offers a modern, sophisticated appearance while maintaining a calm and balanced feel. If you prefer creating a room with diverse shades of peach, ranging from light to slightly darker tones, you can achieve a cohesive and visually appealing monochromatic look. Alternatively, if you want a combination particularly suited to a beach or sea-inspired design, pairing Peach Fuzz with sky-blue or light-blue wall tiles can evoke a serene and calming ambience.

Trendy and textured effects

Peach Fuzz is more than just a colour; it is an invitation to transform your spaces into havens of tranquillity and style. Let this captivating shade guide your interior design choices in 2024, infusing the softness and freshness of peach into every corner of your home. Combining a material-like effect with this new shade would wonderfully bring a natural yet sophisticated vibe to rooms. Coem offers several collections that perfectly complement furnishings in Peach Fuzz or embrace this trend, set to define the new year. For example, ‘Moiré’, designed by Alessandro Pasinelli, provides an ideal palette for incorporating this new colour into our spaces. ‘Moiré’ was designed with the intention of obtaining a large-sized, graphic, contemporary and decorative surface with a marbled effect. The collection’s unique texture, similar to moving waves, showcases the pastel colours in a stunning display of grace and balance. The special optical effects produce elusive tone-on-tone patterns that make surfaces vibrate with delicate elegance, entering into a harmonious dialogue with space, changing its appearance and perception to create evocative atmospheres. In particular, the Toffee shade perfectly interprets Pantone’s indications for 2024, while the elegant Clay, Stone and Demin shades align perfectly with Peach Fuzz…and for a truly unique touch, consider the Paprika shade!