Pantone colours 2016: Rose Quartz and Serenity coloured pick-me-ups to decorate the home

Pantone made a rare decision back in December to announce not one, but two official colours for 2016, and as the year gets into full swing we could not be happier. With the cold weather really setting in there couldn't be a better to time to add a few little pick-me-ups into the home in this year's celebrated Rose Quartz and Serenity hues.

Whilst seemingly cool, the blush tones of the rose beside the rich cornflower blue of Serenity are surprisingly warm and a perfect replacement for the space left behind by packed away Christmas decorations. The tones are unfussy and will add a well needed burst of freshness to any room, especially if you have already had your new year clear out.

If you're planning to redecorate any time soon, a few pastel-me-ups are a great accent to add before any drastic changes and are a cheap way to lift your January spirits before the next pay day. From stationary to bold light fittings, take a look at our favourite Pantone-hued picks for the home:

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Kate Spade - Telegram notepad; £10.95, Liberty
‘Frankly my dear’ panama notebook; £45, Smythson
Tom Dixon - Etch copper candleholder; £45, Selfridges
Bantry weave cushion; £12, Marks and Spencer
Hold - Make The Most Of It A 3 Giclee Print; £40, Trouva
Sandown quilt; £81 (was £150), Laura Ashley
Rosa frame in pastel pink; £10, Paperchase
Penelope ceiling light; £45, John Lewis
Penelope Tom - Bakelite alarm clock; £12, Not On The High Street
Hay - Kaleido steel-coated small tray; £19, Selfridges
Flamboyance wallpaper off white/ maccaroon pink; £128 a roll, House of Hackney
Small Bluebell & Hyacinth Scented Candle; £16.50, Oliver Bonas
Emma Lacey - pink everyday mug; £27, The Conran Shop
Lola Rose - Encased treasure knob; £2.95, Anthrolpologie

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