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The nexus of Millennial pink and trendy terracotta is Pantone’s Color of the Year for 2019. Dubbed Living Coral, the “vibrant, yet mellow” shade signals a shift toward optimism. “Sociable and spirited, the engaging nature of PANTONE 16-1546 Living Coral welcomes and encourages lighthearted activity,” reads the statement released today by the global authority on color.

The warm coral hue features a golden undertone, and pairs well with both neutrals and brights. If you’re looking to incorporate Living Coral into your home decor, consider these six under-$200 pieces.

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1. Conico floor lamp from Article, $149.00

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A floor lamp is an unexpected way to add a pop of color to your interiors. The silhouette is clean-lined and modern, and the included 5-watt LED bulb has a rated life of up to 70,000 hours.

2. Fringed rope throw blanket from Anthropologie, $54.60

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There’s nothing more luxurious than a layered bed. Think of this coral-color fringed throw as the finishing touch. Did we mention it’s currently on sale?

3. Eytel side chair from Wayfair, $173.00

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At less than $200, this mid-century modern chair allows you to try out the Living Coral trend without investing big bucks.

4. Oversized textured woven lumbar pillow from World Market, $44.99

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Living Coral is a vivid, saturated hue that’s perhaps best used as an accent, rather than an all-over color.  If you tend to lean more towards neutrals, start small with this plush lumbar pillow.

5. DENY Designs round side table from Amazon, $121.14

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Combining two trends in one, this agate-inspired side table features a printed design and gold Aston legs. Place it next to your favorite reading chair or use it as a bold bedside table.

6. Raya rug (3’6 x 5’6) from Lulu & Georgia, $149.00

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In the market for a vintage-looking rug that doesn’t smell like a musty old basement? This vibrant design from Lulu & Georgia features a classic Moroccan influence and hints of coral.

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