Pantone Color of the Year 2019: Flowers in Living Coral

Pantone Color of the Year 2019: Flowers in Living Coral

Let's talk about Living Coral and all the gorgeous flowers that bloom in this beautiful and trendy color.

Pantone Color of the Year 2019

Pantone Color Institute has revealed the color of the year for 2019: Living Coral (Pantone 16-1546). Living Coral is sociable and spirited and symbolizes the need for optimism, joyful pursuit, and playful expression. It was described as a vibrant yet mellow hue that provides comfort and courage in times of change. According to the Pantone Color Institute, Living Coral is inspired by the elusive but breathtaking coral reefs found underwater.

Living Coral in Flowers

Living Coral is a stunning shade that can be effortlessly incorporated into anything, whether for your interiors, fashion style, and especially in creating floral designs. This is something worth taking note of if you are a bride planning your own wedding or a flower lover searching for fresh inspirations this year.

Because Living Coral is a mix of juicy peach and bit of blush, it is absolutely versatile to use in floral arrangements no matter the season. You can use it all year round - spring, summer, fall, and even in winter! Mixed with the right blooms, foliage, and accents, flowers in Living Coral can effortlessly pull off whatever theme you are dreaming about, too. For wedding flower arrangements, for instance, they would look lovely when used in garden-themed weddings, vintage weddings, fall weddings, beach weddings, you name it.

Living Coral Flower Arrangements 

Here are some of our favorite flower arrangements using types of flowers that bloom in Living Coral.


Alhambra Orchids

Orchids with Hypericum Berries

The Garden of Venus


Floral Fireworks

Get your favorite orchids and floral arrangements in Living Coral today! Orchid Republic offers same-day flower delivery in Los Angeles and Orange County.


Apr 05, 2020

You did a great job here, Carmela! I just love it!

I wrote a similar article, but about coral wedding flowers. You can take a look here:


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