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The Pantone Colour of 2021 has been revealed.

Posted on Friday, December 18, 2020

As 2020 draws to a close, the Pantone Colour of 2021 has been revealed.  These are the colours that will inspire designers and decor schemes around the world.  It is unusual for Pantone to select two tones,  it is only the 2nd time they have done it,  however here at JDG we love them for it.


The Lounge

Add yellow through fabrics.  I’m thinking cushions.  Maybe a rug and certainly with flowers.  Cushions do not have to be bright yellow.  There are so many shades.  A cushion with hues of yellow in the pattern.   Stack them on your sofa for a luxurious look!


The kitchen

Have fun with lemons.  Not only are they useful and great for your health, but lemons also look great when simply stored in a glass vase.  They add colour.  They brighten the room. If your kitchen is white, you could inject yellow easily.  Think of a sunny yellow blind.  If you have space to dine, why not invest in some yellow chairs.  I’ve seen this done and it looked fab.  Your kitchen wants to look bright and zesty.  It wants to be where people want to gather!


In the bathroom

Ever thought about yellow in your bathroom?  Being so fresh, it could be the perfect colour.  Accessorise with towels.  Add a yellow shower curtain.  If you are feeling braver, introduce yellow into your tiles.  Make it fun and bring out the yellow rubber ducks!


In the bedroom

I love crisp white bedding in a bedroom, however, if your room is feeling a little dull, yellow can brighten it up.  If you want to be brave there are some fabulous feature wallpapers which have yellow tones.  If you’d rather play it safer, add a bed throw and some scatter cushions.  You could also try a couple of bedside lamps.  Seek inspiration from our headline photo.  This was a home we sold on Clarence Street.  Doesn't it look fab!


In the garden

Now you have a sunny home inside, make sure your zesty theme follows through to your outside space.  Add yellow flowers into your planting schemes.  Add yellow outdoor cushions to your seating arrangements.  


What are your thoughts on yellow?  It doesn’t have to be bright.  Yellow can also be mellow.  Add a burst of this sunshine colour to help you have selling success and lift your mood in the process!


If you would like any tips on how to get your home sold, please get in touch.  We’d love to help you get moving.  You can reach us on 01524 843322 or 01524 409100