Each winter, Pantone’s Color of the Year—decided upon by a team of global art and design experts—sets out to define the moods and modes of the upcoming 365 days. (2023’s shade was, aptly, Viva Magenta, a punchier version of Barbie pink.) Now, in anticipation of 2024, Pantone has landed on what it calls “Peach Fuzz 13-1023”—a fresh, understated color it describes as “nurturing” and “quietly sophisticated.” Much more neutral (and easier to style) than the previous selection, we were delighted to find a slew of goods—from rugs to lamps to fruit bowls—in similarly peachy hues for your home. Though if you’d rather go all in, know that the color looks excellent on walls, too.
In collaboration with Pantone, AD-favorite Ruggable has released a limited-edition capsule of washable rugs in a variety of peach tones. We particularly like this flatwoven, sun-faded ombre option, which will freshen up bathrooms and dining rooms alike.
Schoolhouse’s Teig Lamp is one of our bedside favorites, owing to its space-saving size and ergonomic dimming knob. It’s even better in its new peachy colorway, “Bellini.”
SIN’s Ceramic Prong Fruit Bowls are a longtime designer favorite (this Brooklyn townhouse, for example, features two). Made from terracotta-toned clay, each bowl is handmade and slightly unique.
H&M Home makes excellent (and extraordinarily affordable) pillow covers. This one, made from 100% cotton, has a youthful peaches-and-cream stripe.
Though it looks like ceramic, the base of this apricot-colored table lamp is actually 3D-printed from bio-sourced plastic (meaning it won’t shatter into pieces should your cat knock it over).
If Peach Fuzz were metallic, it’d be copper. This little plant spritzer—an excellent last-minute holiday gift—will add a touch of color to their desk or windowsill.
Brighten up your tablescape with a pair of blush-colored tapers made from pure Canadian beeswax (and receive 15% off your first order with code: WELCOMEHOMEMADE).
A more neutral take on Peach Fuzz, Brooklinen’s Cashmere Core Sheet Set in Camel is made from a blend of machine-washable cotton and Himalayan cashmere. One reviewer says they’re “so luxurious that I giggle every time I climb in bed.”
Usher in the new year with a brand new Moleskine, outfitted with a leather cover in Pantone’s Color of the Year. (It’ll look much more attractive than, say, black, when resting on your coffee table.)