How to embrace this joyful saturated hue at home.

It's the most wonderful time of the year: Pantone's Colour of the Year announcement. And for 2019, we're leaping from Ultra Violet (which to be honest, we saw pretty much nowhere) into something with a bit more of a tropical vibe: "Living Coral." The amount of adjectives Pantone is throwing around to describe this pretty pink-ish shade is almost a little much ("Vibrant yet mellow," "sociable and spirited," "nurturing," "a lively presence within social media") but we're on board. It's a step away from dusty Millennial pink, but still with that youthful playfulness, and the saturated colour can make a serious impact in a neutral space. Pantone claims this winning hue is symbolic of "our innate need for optimism and joyful pursuits," and we'll admit: it's at least putting a smile on our faces to think about all the great opportunities for accessorizing that accompany this choice. Want to get in on the Living Coral trend? Try these key pieces.

12 Home Accessories That Embrace Pantone's Living Coral Colour

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