How to style Pantone’s colour of the year- Ultra Violet

Announced as Pantone colour of the year 2018 was Ultra Violet. Although strongly provocative, it is a bold colour that could easily be introduced within an interior for maximum impact and a feeling of grandeur and luxury.

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Ultra Violet works really well as an accent colour within cushions, throws, ceramics, wall art and tableware. If you wanted to make it a more permanent fixture in your home then maybe consider an accent wallpaper.

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For the brave Ultra Violet styled with bold pops of colour can really give a room a fun feel. Contrasting colours can be used to create the feeling of extravagance and luxury. Alternatively when paired with white Ultra Violet can still create a statement but with a more subtle feel for the less adventurous styling choice, alternatively when paired with a darker interior plush velvets styled with gold can really give a dramatic effect and really make your styling stand out.

If you need more inspiration on how to use Ultra Violet in your interior styling visit our Pinterest Board. 

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