A Corner of My Home: Blush and Blue

Since Pantone announced their colors of the year, Serenity and Rose Quartz, I’ve been discovering these colors all around the house. They seem perfect for spring, so my previous plan to turn everything black and white will have to wait for the summer (or fall, or…).

 

Photos: Charlotte Coffey

 

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Above: My new favorite throw is actually two shawls from Zara, stitched together. Here, resting on Hans J. Wegner’s PP503, also known as “The Chair,” in my daughter’s room

 

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Above: The serene (wink, wink) view from my desk in the study.

 

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Above: A blush and blue vignette on the sideboard.

 

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Above: I love our soft, crinkled linen sheets. The small jewelry boxes are from Tiffany’s and Design House Stockholm. The light fixture is a classic Tolomeo by Artemide.

 

If you’re in the mood for some painting and interested in adding blush and blue to your own home, I recommend Benjamin Moore’s Steel Blue and Paris Romance as they are very close to Pantone’s colors of the year, Serenity and Rose Quartz.

Steel Blue by Benjamin Moore Paints is pretty close to Pantone's Serenity.

Above: Steel Blue by Benjamin Moore Paints is similar to Pantone’s Serenity.

Paris Romance by Benjamin Moore Paints is a close match to Pantone's Rose Quartz.

Above: Paris Romance by Benjamin Moore Paints is a close match to Pantone’s Rose Quartz.

 

About the Author:
Charlotte Coffey is the principal designer of Lotta Coffey Design & Interiors, and creates authentic, modern Scandinavian interiors in San Francisco, Marin County and the Wine Country. In her spare time, she enjoys eating, running and painting things white.


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