One of the tricks to modernize a classical home is to tone down its color palette. We have a great example here today.
We love the neutral color palette with gilding highlights which showcase the great classical design in a quiet way. The simple lined sculptural furniture nicely contrasts with tradition ornament details for a fresh and playful atmosphere.
“Over the last few years, a number of different colors have reigned supreme. Millennial pink got the ball rolling (and boy did it roll), followed by Gen Z yellow, slime green, and Aperol orange. But now as Pantone released Color of the Year 2020, we guess we have a fresh stable color to try on. You may think Classic Blue is boring, but as we look certain color more and more, we find beauty and start fall in love with it. From our opinion, Classic Blue is royal and noble. just see how Kate Middleton wears this particular color and how Ralph s Lauren still remains an important player with its signature blue in the fashion and home industries.
Pantone chose Classic Blue for its dependability and stability, two qualities people crave when crossing the threshold into a new era. “Imprinted in our psyches as a restful color, Classic Blue brings a sense of peace and tranquility to the human spirit, offering refuge,” Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute said. “It fosters resilience.”
And of course, you can layer blue on blue:
What about Classic Blue pairs with rich jewel-tones or earthy tones?
Or Classic Blue can be just a high-light when pairing with cream floral pattern silky dress as following:
This Classic Blue pleated asymmetrical dress is cool with full of personalities and elegance. we love the sky-blue purse and teal fashion watch which add interesting layers to the overall-look. Mix-and-match is a way to go.
What if you are not ready for blue from inside out and top-to-bottom, you can start from a accessory or a pattern or a jacket or a top: