Pantone Color Of The Year 2020 – Dining Room Ideas In Classic Blue
PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue injects creative confidence into modern interior design, transforming a space through unique color combinations and tonal statements. Easily applied across so many different materials, textures, and finishes, PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue is a dependable blue that can take you in many different directions, expressing tradition and elegance, as well as unexpected boldness.
‘A boundless blue evocative of the vast and infinite evening sky, Pantone 19-4052 classic blue encourages us to look beyond the obvious to expand our thinking, challenging us to think more deeply, increase our perspective and open the flow of communication,’ said Leatrice Eiseman, executive director of Pantone Color Institute about Pantone Color Of The Year.
This interior design project by Pepe Leal features, among other colors, the classic blue mentioned by Pantone in this modern dining tableand the Heritage Sideboard by Boca do Lobo: hand-painted-tiles have gained a privileged place in architecture throughout the centuries and Portugal has adopted them as no other country has. This piece presents a different number of layers, where each one tells a different story. In its interior, there is one door and four drawers fully lined with gold leaf.
This luxurydiningroom design by Carolyn Miller mixes the charming classic blue and yellow in an elegant way. These upholstered walls change all the ambiance of this classic blue dining room. Then, using the wood on the floor, the dining table and sideboard conceives a contemporary design that gives the balance to this modern dining room. If you can mix traditional with modern, you can mix the color pallete of your dining room.
Tamara Magel designed a dramatic NYC apartment with bold accents. Gold accents work perfectly. There’s so much to love about this dining room from the royal classic bluevelvet dining chairs to the solid black bookcase with white books – everything works seamlessly.
The Goldfinger Lounge Chair by Jonathan Adler adds a modernist vibe to your modern dining room. Pared down geometry in polished brass meets swanky Rialto Navy velvet and the perfectly pitched seat and soft, button-tufted cushions make this rigorously minimal seat surprisingly cozy and comfy. The definition of leaned-back luxury—a little bit ’70s, a lot today.
Designed by Jensen Interior Design, this room is influenced by this Oporto cabinet by Boca do Lobo. This cutting edge piece was inspired by Oporto and the rhythmic undulating of its black slate rooftops and building facades. Through reflection ingredients such as irony, drama and extravagance were added and this luxury cabinet came to life. With a focus on authenticity and quality, they produced this classic blue piece that is as true to form as it is to function, reflecting a refined sense of luxury and character that only improves with time. It goes really good with red flowers and the stool.
Shoot for the stars during your next dinner party or meal with these Constellation salad plates by West Elm. With a navy classic blue background and celestial accents, each plate serves up a side of subtle glam. You can mix this luxury tableware with gold and silver as shown above creating the drama you need in your modern dining room.
There’s no such thing as too much classic blue, your dining room design is completely up to you and in the end, you’re the only one who needs to be satisfied with its final result. Pair up your imposing dining table with some stunning dining room chairs and astonishing lighting. Classic blue and white is a really nice combination, it brings softness and calmness to the area.
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