12 Living-Coral Spring DIYs to Celebrate the Pantone Color of the Year
Pantone's 2019 color of the year is still going strong. In fact, it's picking up momentum as we get ready for warm weather decor. Check out our favorite DIYs and crafts to bring Living Coral into your home.
Easy Oversized Acrylic Calendar: *Looks out the window* What season are we doing today? *Checks giant calendar* Oh right, spring. (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY Rope Wall Art: Getting the Anthro look for less is always #goals, and it starts with the right shade of coral. (via Brit + Co)
Work It Clipboard: Your spring cleaning list ain't gonna write itself, so get started with this clipboard and show your closets you mean business. (via Dream Green DIY)
Palm Springs Pink Door Chocolate Bars: Mid-century California style has all the sunny and bright vibes you could want for April, so embrace them with door tribute chocolates. (via Aww Sam)
DIY Cooler Decals: It's *never* too early to start prepping for patio season. (via PMQ for two)
DIY Painted Geometric Wall: Coral never looks fresher than when it's paired with turquoise. (via A Kailo Chic Life)
Oversized Felt Letter Board DIY: Use your message board to tell people you'll be in the garden or on the balcony until further notice. (via A Beautiful Mess)
DIY Printable Vase: Not feeling crafty but still want the look? Perfect. Print this project. (via A Kailo Chic Life)
DIY Cactus Pillow: Desert blooms are rare, so make your plush version in the most extravagant shade of pinky orange. (via Brit + Co)
Highwater Floor Mirror DIY: With all that snow meltage comes some flooding, so while you're rolling up your pants, don't forget to raise your mirror. (via Francois et Moi)
DIY Polka Dot Wood Tray: Have you ever seen cuter dots? This coffee tray makes anything you serve on it shine. (via Sarah Hearts)
DIY Concrete Planters: Did you know you can stain concrete?! Mind = blown. (via Persia Lou)
Ariel loves color, bold design, and eclectic decor. She goes by many names including "color decor wizard” and is also the voice behind PMQ for two (www.pmqfortwo.com) where she creates interiors and decor that are renter-friendly and creative.