A velvety shade that embraces heart, mind and body.
The Pantone Color Institute has announced the new color for the year 2024, aiming to move toward empathy and understanding. It is Peach Fuzz or PANTONE 13-1023, a delicate peach shade, gently nestled between pink and orange, that speaks the language of softness, sophistication and, why not, even romance.
A ‘fluffy’, gentle, yet elegant color that can convey a feeling of kindness and tenderness, communicating a message of caring and sharing.
Pantone Peach Fuzz in interior design
The introduction of Pantone Peach Fuzz into home interiors creates a distinctly cozy atmosphere. Indeed, its delicate hue inspires belonging, recalibration and an opportunity to nurture, evoking an air of calm, offering us a space to be, feel, heal and flourish.
So let’s try to close our eyes for a moment and imagine the Peach Fuzz in the context of our living spaces and homes, getting inspired by the new design proposals.
BREEZE by antoniolupi, design AL Studio
Sculpted volumes, but almost evanescent in a touch of light. The Breeze freestanding washbasin by antoniolupi ideally blends with the water and reflects colors and shades in the Cristalmood body with ultra-thin rim. The result is an interplay of translucent geometries that in the peach hue further enhances its sculptural and poetic appearance. Available in all catalog colors, Breeze can be complemented by integrated lighting at the base.
APOLLO by antoniolupi, design Brian Sironi
Brian Sironi combines light and water in the unusual Apollo wall or ceiling mounted showerhead, designed for antoniolupi. Available in all colors with a matte finish from the antoniolupi sample book, Apollo focuses on the graphic effect, transforming itself into an unexpected piece of furniture.
R-EVOLUTION, Casalgrande Padana
Urban chic mood for Casalgrande Padana’s R-Evolution, which reinterprets classic concrete colors with a creative and unexpected palette of porcelain slabs with a dramatic “peach skin” effect. For any environment, from residential to commercial to facade cladding.
Ben from Borzalino focuses on flexibility. Simple, clean lines combined with extreme versatility make the Ben collection a complete system capable of meeting any need. The collection includes fixed and modular in-line and corner sofas, dressed in precious vegetable-tanned leather and highlighted by fine combinations of materials and colors.
SOFIA COMFORT and VITTORIA FLEX, Riflessi
RIFLESSI’s Bouclé X14 upholstery, soft and rich to the touch, masterfully interprets the Peach Fuzz color by emphasizing its warm, enveloping notes, which it offers on the SOFIA COMFORT and VITTORIA FLEX seats, icons of comfort and softness in the range.
The Stella Collection offers shiny transparent plexiglass coat racks with Peach Fuzz coloring at the bottom and light gold metal parts.
VISION, Tonino Lamborghini Collection
The collection of countertop and freestanding washbasins made of Vetrofreddo®, an innovative material composed of glass pigments and fine resins. The interior of the sink, black in color, is presented with unusual scaling, while the exterior, strictly smooth and textured to the touch, is offered in the brand new Sahara color finish, elegant and seductive, which goes well with any wood essence or lacquered shade.
CHARLOTTE SINGOLO and NEW CANADA, Gentry Home
Charlotte Singolo is a lacquered, semi-gloss bathroom cabinet that evokes deco atmospheres and is elegant and precious. Materials are as noble as the style requires, and surfaces are often decorated and embellished with precious details such as handles.
New Canada is part of Gentry Home’s cast iron bathtub collection and is distinguished by its structure: the outer basin houses the inner basin, both made of cast iron, The important character of the style is given by the outer finish, designed by architecturally inspired molding.
PIDOU, design Alvino Bagni
The inspiration for these vases comes to Alvino Bagni from that symbolic architecture of Renzo Piano’s modernity that is the Pompidou Center in Paris. They can be used individually, as well as in combination, and are offered in some intense color variants that can be contextualized in spaces with different styles. Taken from originals in the Nuoveforme archive and reinterpreted in collaboration with Simona Cardinetti and Christoph Schnug.
EVA BATHTUB, Sbordoni
A bathtub inspired by pure classical forms. Harmonious and proportionate, it has lion’s paw-shaped feet with floral details in a semi-gloss silver finish. The tub is cast iron with white interior and raw exterior in primer or customizable, such as in the Peach Fuzz shade.
NEOCLASSIC SERIES, Sbordoni
This ceramic collection was designed in the 1930s by Alessandro Sbordoni and is still produced today with the same characteristics. An icon of the Deco style, it is characterized by unmistakable formal cleanliness and fine materials. Like all Sbordoni ceramics, Neoclassica can be colored in vibrant, bright hues.