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Using the 2020 Color of the Year in a Beach Home

Color is a key part of any home design, and this year’s color of the year, according to Pantone, the global expert on color communication, is “Classic Blue.”

I love blue in all its shades, and it’s featured front and center in Lagnappe’s business as part of the logo. Coastal locations naturally lend themselves to blue hues because of the water, and you’ll see that we take this blue inspiration seriously when designing interiors for our clients. I love using blue as a neutral; just like a classic pair of jeans, blue interiors go with everything.

If you’re looking for ways to add blue to your beachside property without doing a total remodel, here are a few tips you can try:

  • Update your bedding, towels or other linens to blue hues.
  • Paint an accent wall. I recommend adding the accent wall to a large, significant space, like the wall behind your bed.
  • Change a key piece of furniture, like a sofa, to blue.
  • Paint your kitchen cabinetry a favorite shade of blue.
This blue sofa adds a much-needed pop of color to an otherwise neutral room. Design by Lagnappe Custom Interiors.
Painting an accent wall in your favorite shade of blue is one way to bring the ocean indoors. Design by Lagnappe Custom Interiors.
One quick way to change the feeling of a room is by switching out the linens. This blue bedding set feels tranquil and relaxing. Design by Lagnappe Custom Interiors.

If you’re not sure where to start, it’s time to call in the professionals. Our team at Lagnappe Custom Interiors knows island style inside and out, and we’d love to work with you to make your home classic blue (or any other color you’d like). Contact us to learn more.

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