At the start of every year, popular interiors brands announce their “color of the year.” It trumpets the year’s coming trends and helps each brand set a tone for the next 12 months. We love to see what’s trending in interiors, but more importantly, we love considering how these colors call back to their original inspiration—nature! Over the years, FLOWER has collected many colorful botanical arrangements. Let’s see which ones match 2024’s Colors of the Year!
1. Pantone: Peach Fuzz
This year’s PANTONE 13-1023 Peach Fuzz evokes a sense of comfort. When the world feels chaotic and overloaded, this color brings peace, nostalgia, and cheer to mind. Equally so, this elegant cascade of peach-toned flowers created by Cindy Brock and the team at Miss Milly’s Event Rentals, Florals, & Design for FLOWER‘s Atlanta Showhouse summons feelings of warmth and laid-back whimsy.
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2. Benjamin Moore: Blue Nova
Inspired by the majesty of outer space, Benjamin Moore’s Blue Nova (825) calls to mind adventure and exploration while also creating the sense of a calm from a quiet galaxy. A simple bunch of hydrangeas designed by Ursula Gunther of fleursDC best captures this bold blue.
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3. Behr: Cracked Pepper
4. Sherwin-Williams: Upward
As the name suggests, Sherwin-Williams 2024 Color of the Year, Upward SW 6239, expresses a blissful, lighthearted energy. It’s an ideal color for brightening up a space and creating a clean, fresh feel. A loose gathering of berries and greenery centered by a barely blue-tipped hydrangeas designed by Jay Lugbihl of In Bloom matches the light and airy feel of Upward SW 6239.
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5. Glidden: Limitless
Glidden tapped Limitless PPG1091-3 for its Color of the Year. The color is close enough to beige to act as a neutral but warm enough to stand on its own as a fresh, inviting yellow. This versatile color evokes a sense of liveliness, confidence, and joy. Similarly, this cheery arrangement of yellows and beiges designed by Sullivan Owen could light up even the darkest of corners.
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6. Valspar: Renew Blue
7. HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams: Persimmon
HGTV Home by Sherwin-Williams tapped into an earthy pink for its Color of the Year, Persimmon 6339. The orange-pink complements other warm tones and embodies a quiet femininity. Kelly Marie Thompson of Fleur created a wild and joyful arrangement that also uses warm earthy tones inspired by Midwestern sunsets.
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8. Dutch Boy: Ironside
Dutch Boy creates a dignified but cozy green with Ironside 422-7DB. The color calls to mind images of a safe and protected forest where one might like to retreat. Likewise, Tattie Isles of Tattie Rose Studio likes to think of the wild and rambling shapes of nature to inspire her work. In this arrangement, the deep greenery is so lush that it surpasses the flowers for center stage.
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9. York Wallcoverings: Bay Brown
York Wallcoverings declared Bay Brown to be the must-have color of the season. Its rich, warm tone and simple elegance reference the quiet luxury trend and can easily work with a variety of other bolder and brighter colors. In her autumnal crescent arrangement, Maria Maxit uses the neutral and grounded colors of a changing season, such as the toffee-colored roses, to exude an understated elegance.
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By Carrie Clay