The curtain rises on coral.
Living Coral has been named PANTONE’s 2019 Color of the Year. We’ve always liked shades of coral for the natural optimism and energy they bring to a room. For brightening up a space, they’re the next best thing to adding a window (and so much easier).
You’ll find corals offered in Garnet Hill rugs, bedding, bath towels, swimwear, cashmere, and more. They pair easily with a wide variety of other palettes you may be using in a bedroom, living room, bath, or wardrobe, from white to natural to navy.
We hope they add to the happy in your new year.
A DYNAMIC DUO: CORAL & NAVY
We love how sharp coral looks with navy. It’s a dramatic pairing of light and dark, warm and cool. This bold look is inspired by recent runway fashion shows, and we’ve brought the color trend to everything from sheets, like this Meadow Floral Organic-Cotton Percale Bedding, to our 2019 Garnet Hill Swimwear Collection.
RAISING THE BAR ON CLASSIC STRIPES
Coral brings energy to classic stripes when mixed with other hues. It adds warmth and an energetic pop to update traditional designs like our new Pajama Stripe Quilt, customer-favorite Essential Comforters, and these easy-to-decorate-with Bertie-Stripe Indoor-Outdoor Rugs by Dash & Albert.
CHOREOGRAPH A NEW FLOOR SHOW
Speaking of rugs, make a bold statement with warm tones of coral and blush by switching out your Rugs. We recommend our Cat’s Paw Hooked Wool Rug, Cosimo Flat-Weave Wool Rug, and Carmel Hooked Wool Rug rug designs to add rich color, texture, and pattern to a space.
ADD A PUNCH OF SOLID CORAL
This season, you can mix bright coral shades into your bedding and bath ensembles with a Dream Quilt, Cotton Fleece Blanket, Signature Towels, and more.
WEAR YOUR CORAL WELL
Incorporate coral into your wardrobe with a new cashmere sweater, fresh floral prints, or a new set of pajamas.
What are your favorite looks? For more inspiration around coral and other color trends, visit our current collection of vibrant designs in women’s fashion, home decor, and children’s clothing.