This week will be all about the Pantone Fall Fashion Report, so after Copper Tan, today we are going to share a few unique tips on how you can make the best of Pantone’s Blue Bell during the upcoming season. Much like Copper Tan, this is a color that you should try to incorporate into your most autumnal outfits, as well in your home decor. So grab a pen and paper and start writing it all down!
INTRODUCING BLUE BELL…
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While Copper Tan was a burnished shade that conveyed a warmer feeling, Blue Bell is a “tranquil blue” which “reflects connection and a soothing sense of peace.” And after the long Summer nights spent with friends and family, Fall is the time when you start winding down, relaxing and getting back to your daily routine. The tranquility oozed by Blue Bell might just be the right way to bring back that sense of peace into your home and your everyday life.
IN THE FASHION INDUSTRY
Much like Copper Tan, Blue Bell by Pantone was inspired by the London Fashion Week color palette. What does this mean in practical terms? It means that this Pantone blue shade will most likely be in every store you set your foot in the Fall and Winter seasons. Conveying tranquility and sophistication, it is easy to understand why this color was included in the ‘Color Palette for London‘ by Pantone.
IN THE INTERIOR DESIGN WORLD
The color blue – especially the lighter tones – are known for conveying a sense calmness, relaxation, and order, thus reducing the levels of stress. And usually, the paler the blue, the more freedom, and calmness we feel. This means that Blue Bell is the perfect color to use in your bedroom, nursery and even on your exterior walls, to create an inviting feeling into your home. Above, there are just a few ideas on how you can transport this stunning color into your home decor. See below on you can use it in your mid-century furniture pieces and lighting designs!
BLUE BELL MID-CENTURY FURNITURE AND LAMPS
A great way to bring Blue Bell into your home decor is by having it featured in your mid-century lamps. As seen above, this vintage-inspired desk lamp boasts a gorgeous light blue shade that contrasts beautifully with the dark wood of the desk.
If you are going for a more industrial look, using Blue Bell on the walls instead of the usual exposed bricks might be a great way to twist things up. Add a minimalist floor lamp near your blue wall and you will see how everyone loves it.
Below you can find a small infographic that summarizes all the info we have just given you. Make sure to pin it to your Pinterest boards and have fun!
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