If you’ve been scrolling through social media recently, your Instagram and Pinterest feeds have probably been saturated with Pantone’s 2020 Color of the Year,
Classic Blue (19-4052). And as much as we adore the bold and beautiful hue, it can be intimidating to incorporate into your own home. Trust us, it’s not as scary as you think. Go big with a tufted velvet daybed for a dash of sophistication or go small with an understated vase for your dining room table.
Click through to discover 15 products inspired by this hot hue.
A saturated sofa in a rich blue hue is the easiest way to instantly elevate a humdrum living space. Plus,
jewel-toned seating is all the rage right now.
Oma Two-piece Sectional Sofa With Chaise, $3,999,
This swirled marble tumbler is an impactful yet low-commitment way to bring Classic Blue into your home. Use it to hold cutlery, pens or cocktails.
Marbled Enamelware Tumbler, $24,
Bask in the style and softness of these moody sheets reminiscent of blue skies and dreamy nights — this is the definition of modern comfort.
Weightless Cotton Duvet Sheet, From $75,
Striking yet simple, the Edison lightbulb gets a sophisticated update with a vibrant base. Hang it above a desk or kitchen countertop for a playful pop of color.
Source: Need Supply
E27 Pendant Lamp in Blue by Muuto, $124,
A French press in an unexpected ombre hue packs a punch on a monochrome countertop.
French Press in Blueberry by Le Creuset, $90,
Comfort and elegance come together in this tufted velvet daybed, proving that a bedroom staple can double as a stunning and swoon-worthy conversation piece.
Miles Tufted Velvet Daybed, $399,
Go bold and opt for a vibrant ceramic dish to fill with treats, incense or jewelry.
Source: Spartan Shop
Workaday Handmade Ceramic Salt Bowl, $24,
A mouth-blown, ink-blue crystal vase is sure to make a posh statement atop a coffee table.
Source: Tiffany & Co.
Ice Bucket, $280,
Embrace Classic Blue by layering throw pillows in various tones for the ultimate calming palette.
Button Closure Pillow Cover by Tensira, $78,
You’ll want to leave this Italian-made electric frying pan on your stovetop — the punchy color and quirky bubble handle will liven up any kitchen.
Source: MoMa Design Store
Bubble Frying Pan, $54,
Not quite a cobalt but not deep enough to be considered a navy, this refreshing shade takes center stage in a powder room adorned with neutrals.
Grand Hotel Towels, From $7,
Instantly elevate meals with this vibrant patterned plate and let your culinary skills shine bright.
Products: Blue Melamine Plates, From $4, Available at HomeSense
Perfect for on-the-go, this glossy stainless-steel water bottle works for hot or cold drinks. Sustainability has never been so chic.
Sowden Bottle, $38,
Traverse the diverse landscape of Japanese cuisine while adding a dose of personality to a bare countertop.
Source: Old Faithful Shop
Food Artisans Of Japan, $50,
Wrapped in Pantone’s Classic Blue, this travelling staple can easily take you from the skies to a soiree in style.
The Medium, $375,