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Coming Up Peachy

'Peach Fuzz' is 2024's Colour of the Year. Explore this delicate hue with artwork to make an impact in your home.



Pantone serves as the universal communicator of colour, and the introduction of 'Peach Fuzz' commemorates the 25th year of the Pantone 'Colour of the Year'. Initially introduced in 1999 to encapsulate the global spirit of the time, it has since evolved into a widely recognized and culturally significant symbol. Past 'Colour of The Year' hues have included 'Very Peri' and 'Viva Magenta'.


(L-R) 'Very Peri' 2022; 'Viva Magenta' 2023; 'Peach Fuzz' 2024


What is 'Peach Fuzz'?

A shade between pink and orange, this clean peach tone with a vintage vibe brings belonging, inspires recalibration, and presents an opportunity for nurturing, and enriching mind, body, and soul. It's warm and cosy, highlighting our desire for togetherness and the feeling of sanctuary this creates.


Peach Fuzz, a soft peach hue, is the Pantone Colour of the Year for 2024.


Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of Pantone Colour Institute states; In soft, comforting, cosy Peach Fuzz, we rekindle our inner flames of optimism and are invited to connect with the people and places that matter most. Its subtle sensuality and gentle warmth tether us to the beautiful simplicity of being.


How To Incorporate 'Peach Fuzz' In You Home

Peach Fuzz stirs feelings of inner peace and well-being, making it ideal for cosy home interiors that are luxuriously soothing and soft to the touch.


Collecting and showcasing art at home is the perfect way to incorporate this luxurious and soothing tone.


a painting of a bouquet of flowers with pantone's 2024 colour of the year 'Peach Fuzz'

Lee Herring loves to incorporate a soft peach within his contemporary bouquets to contrast with bolder colours.


diptych. abstract painting with peach fuzz colour of the year

Tom Payne's abstract paintings showcase how 'Peach Fuzz' can enhance depth and dimension.



Michelle Mackie often uses a peachy shade as a neutral to set her surrealist subjects against.




'Peach Fuzz' is the perfect twilight tone. Danny Abrahams often takes advantage of this warm tone in his soft sunset pieces.



Kerry Darlington not only uses peach when painting her striking portraits but also in the folds of petals and the outline of clouds to add a mystical charm to her artwork.



Derek Fielding's artwork exudes warmth. His use of Peach Fuzz enhances the warmth and glow of this sunset.



Craig Everett's monochrome pieces come to life with luminosity thanks to a warm peach shade.


In soft, comforting, cosy 'Peach Fuzz', we rekindle our inner flames of optimism and are invited to connect with the people and places that matter most. Its subtle sensuality and gentle warmth tether us to the beautiful simplicity of being.


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