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Pantone's colour of the year 2024

Hello my loves, another year is upon us and that means another wonderful colour of the year.

This year, Pantone's colour of the year for 2024 is 'Peach Fuzz' as their tantalising hue and I adore it!

If you are still on the fence for including colour within your home, then this is a great way to bridge that gap between neutral and soft, subtly sensual colour.

Instantly I'm thinking of Setting plaster by F&B

Such a light and airy colour, which F&B refers to as a 'dusty plaster pink', which has a soft feminine feel and is remarkably warm, due to the inclusion of yellow pigments.

'Peach Fuzz' is all about the desire to nurture ourselves and others, embracing the yearning we have for deep connection and that 'fuzzy' feeling of sharing kindness & compassion. It is a subtle and velvety peach, which is a wonderful base for other earthy tones or bolder pinks, purples & blues.

What I love even more than the peach colour is that the shade can also be found in nature! If you have been following me for a while, you will know that the beauty and colour found in nature is a huge inspiration for Mayajoy. You can't go wrong with colour because colours are all around us- just look at this beautiful sunset- nature's colour palette is a wonderful thing.

Keep reading for some more Peach Fuzz inspiration.

  1. Kori Modular armless sofa | Kori Modular sofa | Anthropologie UK

  2. Setting Plaster paint | Farrow & Ball

  3. Atlas Rose wallpaper | The Pure Edit

  4. Pink mango wood & rattan bedside table | Oliver Bona

  5. Boxy cashmere jumper in peach | And other stories

  6. Toppu Bowl caramel/rose |Lamp masters

  7. Six Stories loop handle satin pouch bag | Selfridges

  8. Squishbag occasional chair |Loaf

So what do you think about this gentle shade? We have come a long way from the colour pink being seen as a sickly sweet feminine choice and instead we are seeing varying shades of pink and peach being a versatile neutral that may I say could even give beige a run for its money.

I would love to know what you think about the colour and whether you could see yourselves using this colour in your home?

Head over to connect with me on Instagram and let me know your thoughts.

Until next time my loves,


Maya x

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