Ultra Violet is not the name of a new super hero, or the newest Netflix hit show — it's Pantone's color of the year
for 2018. Before you start seeing the hue everywhere in stores, or at the center of home decor and DIYs
, we've got 11 ways to bring the shade into your home. Click through for some serious inspiration.
Dip your toe in the waters of this velvety color with a cheeky surprise. Paint the inside of a cabinet or cupboard so you can reveal the pop of purple when in use.
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Take A Load Off:
A purple couch is bold and inviting, which is exactly what you want for your living room. (via The English Room
Mirror Mirror On The Wall:
Sure, you could match a mirror to your already purple wallpaper, but a bright and geometric frame speaks volumes about your commitment to style and color.
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You don't have to go big to get the look. Something as simple as one piece of furniture can bring life to a functional space.
When in doubt, paint an accent wall. You can easily pull details into the room that accentuate the feature, and it's a great way to try the hue without painting the entire room.
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On All Surfaces:
To really make a statement, cover everything on a wall in one shade. The look is impactful without using lots of pieces and clutter.
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Now's the time to try a new headboard with intensity and lots of character. You can justify it to your BF as an experiment in trendiness.
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The power of curb appeal is undeniable, so why not extend your decor palette to the front door as well. Don't be surprised if your neighbors copy you in two months.
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Take A Seat:
Your mom taught you that dark fabrics don't show wear and tear as easily. This deep plum is the perfect option for an entryway bench.
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When you're working with a bold palette, sometimes you need an equally powerful rug to balance the space.
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