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Peach Fuzz: Shop 12 Couches in Pantone's 2024 Color of the Year

Peach Fuzz is the 2024 Pantone Color of the Year. If you love this bright and fresh color, you'll want to shop these 12 peach colored couches!
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The Pantone Color of the Year 2024 is Peach Fuzz (aka color code 13-1023). And honestly? We're feeling it. Just like the color name suggests, it has a warm, fuzzy vibe that's optimistic, energizing, and uplifting. If you're loving it as much as we are, check out these 12 delectable couches in dreamy peach fuzz hues!

Why is Pantone's Color of the Year Important?

pantone peach fuzz color of the year 2024

Since 1999 the Pantone Color Institute has declared one special hue as their "color of the year." The goal of this initiative is to create a conversation within the design community and among color enthusiasts worldwide. It seeks to hold up a mirror to the current palette of our global culture and acts as an outlet to celebrate the many ways that style and design bring color to our lives.

For the 25th anniversary of Pantone's Color of the Year program, they've awarded Peach Fuzz with this prestigious honor. This playful and utterly appetizing hue is the perfect color to kickstart a bright and cheery 2024.

Peach Fuzz: 13-1023

Pantone describes Peach Fuzz as a color that, "captures our desire to nurture ourselves and others. It's a velvety gentle peach tone whose all-embracing spirit enriches mind, body, and soul." Even just a taste of this vibrant color can bring warmth and joy to your home.

Shop 12 Delectable Peach Fuzz Couches To Celebrate Pantone's 2024 Color of the Year

Can't wait to bring Pantone's 2024 Color of the Year into your own home? Shop these 12 stunning couches in colors and hues similar to Peach Fuzz. The stunning Peach Fuzz hue can be hard to track down. It exists in that creamy, dreamy world between Camel, Dusty Rose, and Tangerine. They might not be spot on color matches, but these 12 couches provide ample Peach Fuzz zing.

Alana Lawson Sofa - Jennifer Taylor Home

The Alana Lawson Sofa, a gorgeous tight-back couch with turned legs and rolled arms, looks absolutely scrumptious in their Peach Orange fabric.

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Galore Sofa - Pamono by West Nordic

The Galore Sofa in their Fresh Peach fabric is a delightful choice. The elegant bench cushion and curved back even evoke the delicate shape of a peach.

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Laguna Sofa - AllModern

The Laguna Sofa from AllModern looks absolutely ravishing in their Sunset Performance Velvet. While the color trends more toward Camel, it's still a warm and peachy hue.

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Bondi Sectional Sofa - Inside Weather

Inside Weather has a wide selection of appealing fabrics, but their Tangerine color shares that same tangy quality with Peach Fuzz.

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Reese Curved Sectional - Room & Board

The Reese Curved Sectional has a somewhat muted fabric named Declan Blush that brings out the moodier range of Peach Fuzz. If you like the Peach Fuzz colorway but are put off by its vibrancy, this is a great alternative.

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Laurel Sofa - Apt2B

Another couch that elicits the curved appeal of the peach, Apt2B's Laurel Sofa looks absolutely delicious in their modern Adobe Velvet.

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Miller Sectional - Joybird

If the "fuzz" part of Peach Fuzz is the main draw for you, you'll go crazy for Joybird's Miller Sectional in their Caspiar Chiffon fabric.

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Mardones Sofa - CB2

CB2 was ahead of the curve when they released the Mardones Sofa in Camel Velvet. It has the richness and texture of Peach Fuzz, but with sophisticated, moody undertones.

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Devyn Sofa - Sixpenny

Sixpenny always serves gorgeous sofas and their Devyn Sofa in Nectarine Dream fabric is no exception. It has the polish of Peach Fuzz without all the sugary pop.

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Azriah Sofa - Wayfair by Wade Logan

The Azriah comes in two zesty colors that are within the Peach Fuzz spectrum. The Yellow option is silkier while the Orange color is punchier.

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Lounge Sofa - Crate & Barrel

Crate & Barrel's Lounge Sofa comes in many beautiful fabrics, but their Moira Spice fabric matches the playful vibe of Peach Fuzz.

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Tuxedo Sofa - Walmart by Maklaine

The Tuxedo Sofa by Maklaine and offered at Walmart has a peachy keen Peach Orange fabric that really shows off the tufted pits.

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What was Pantone's Color of the Year in 2023?

Viva Magenta was the 2023 Pantone Color of the Year. This vibrant, vivid magenta was a powerful, bold choice for the year 2023. Part fuchsia, part fire truck red, Viva Magenta is a color that can't be ignored. Pantone described Viva Magenta as powerful and empowering, and we can see exactly what they mean. It's not an easy color to pull off in your everyday home decor, but even a pop of Viva Magenta is all you need to have it make an impact for your interior design.

What Colors Will Be Trendy in 2024?

It can be hard to predict interior design trends, but the Pantone Color of the Year 2024 sets the tone. Peach Fuzz is a strong starting point for 2024 color trends. Expect to see light, airy, vibrant colors that are comforting and centering. Peaceful-yet-playful is the trend for 2024 interior design colors. We can't wait to see how this 2024 color trend develops over the course of the year! How will you be implementing it into your decor?

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Alex Back is the founder and CEO of Couch.com. Previously, he was the co-founder and COO of the popular furniture brand, Apt2B, which was acquired by a large US retail furniture chain in 2018. He worked to integrate Apt2B, one of the very first online furniture retailers on the Shopify platform, into the operations of the 100 year old larger business entity and was deeply immersed in the business operations of both online and brick and mortar retail for 4 years before leaving in 2023 to start Couch.com. Working in various parts of the furniture industry since 2004, he has 20 years experience in retail sales, e-commerce, marketing, operations, logistics and wholesale manufacturing and distribution. He has worked extensively with partners such as Costco, Bed Bath and Beyond and Amazon and his work has been highlighted in many publications such as Forbes, CNN and HGTV, among others. Alex is delighted to bring his experience and authority on couches and the furniture industry to this platform, along with many of his industry colleagues who are helping him keep the Couch.com audience informed and engaged on a daily basis.
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