Pantone’s colour of the year captures our desire to nurture ourselves and others.

Peach Pit Resistance Matt paint

James Greenwood, Graham & Brown’s Colour and Interiors Expert states, "Peach, Please! After a year of hot pinks and Barbiecore it’s no surprise that Pantone's Colour of the Year 2024 announcement brings a calm feminine appeal with Peach Fuzz. Pantone's warm and cosy shade fits in with trend prediction with our Utopia 2024 trend and its familiar cosy and warming colour champion Virdis, a calming colour that is nurturing. We are familiar with Peach tones from the SS24 Runways and it’s no surprise that interior hues already exist in this pallet. Graham & Brown’s Peach Pit a delicate and delectable combination of yellow and red pigments. Could this be the new neutral of 2024?"


Paula Taylor, Trend Specialist at Graham & Brown comments: "Pantone’s colour of the year captures our desire to nurture ourselves and others. It’s a velvety gentle peach tone whose all-embracing spirit enriches mind, body, and soul. Peach instantly warms any interior space. It works beautifully with neutrals and wood tones for a really cosy look that creates a cocoon effect. Calming the senses with its tranquil hue peach also collaborates wonderfully with white and pink to create a gentle feminine look. The addition of green tones of sage, duck egg or mint can really mix things up and create a contemporary room particularly when used with light greys or charcoal. This versatile colour also plays nicely with the other sorbet shades to create a fun yet relaxed living area."


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