This is Peach Fuzz: Pantone’s Colour of the Year for 2024

Peach Fuzz is the colour we’re going to see a lot of this year, as it has been chosen by Pantone as the Colour of the Year 2024! It’s a velvety, soft peach colour that enriches the heart, body, and mind – as Pantone describes it. Curious about how to style the Pantone Colour of the Year 2024 in your interior? Keep reading for inspiration!

Also read: The 4 interior design trends we’ll be seeing a lot in 2024

Pantone Colour of the Year 2024

Peach Fuzz is a warm, comforting colour. Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute, describes the trend colour as nurturing, warm, and welcoming. “In a world that can seem very harsh, people are looking for colours that soothe, colours that are soft and warm, colours that nourish and comfort us,” she says.

Pantone kleur van het jaar 2024: Peach Fuzz

Peach Fuzz in your interior

An easy way to see if the Pantone Colour of the Year 2024 fits into your interior, is through accessories or plants. This way, you can start small without doing a complete makeover. If you like the trend colour, you can always go bigger later.

Peach Fuzz is a soft but striking colour, that combines well with other colours. There are many variations of the colour peach, so there’s always a match to be found. For example, with pastel pink, bright purple, or neutral earth tones. Take a look at the photos below for inspiration!

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Pantone kleur van het jaar 2024: Peach Fuzz

Pantone kleur van het jaar 2024: Peach Fuzz

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DIY Terrarium with mini orchid

Just a little more wait, and spring will be upon us. Can’t wait any longer? Bring spring into your home! For example, with this terrarium with a mini orchid. It’s very easy to make on your own, yet it looks spectacular. And with the colourful hues, you’ll surely get a bit of spring fever! Read on to find out what you need and how to get started.

DIY Terrarium with mini orchid


To create a terrarium with a mini orchid, you’ll need the following:

  • Large glass jar
  • Hydrogranules
  • Bark potting soil
  • Mini orchid
  • Other small green plants of your choice
  • Moss


Got everything you need? Then let’s get started! Start with a layer of hydrogranules at the bottom of the glass jar. This ensures proper water management. The granules absorb moisture and release it gradually, allowing the plants to receive the right amount of water over an extended period. On top of this, add a layer of bark potting soil. This type of soil is specifically developed for orchids and is much lighter than regular potting soil. Next, it’s time to plant the mini orchid and green plants. Place the mini orchid in the centre as the focal point, with the green plants surrounding it. Finally, distribute some moss over the soil.

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How to incorporate orchids according to the latest interior trends

New year, new home! Ready to make some adjustments to your interior but don’t have the time, budget, or desire for a major makeover? In this article, we’ll show you how to incorporate orchids according to the latest interior trends!

Also read: Interior, flower & plant style trends for 2024


How to incorporate orchids according to the latest interior trends

Trend colour: Sweet Embrace

The trend colour we’ll be seeing a lot of next year is Sweet Embrace. Dulux has declared this as the Colour of the Year 2024. It’s a gentle blossom pink that is welcoming and brings a sense of peace and softness to a space. An easy way to add this colour to your interior is through orchids. This allows you to introduce a pop of colour, without immediately painting an entire wall in this shade.

Also read: This is the Dulux Colour of the Year 2024: Sweet Embrace


Trend: Curved Lines

The Curved Lines trend revolves around round shapes. Think of the round and oval dining tables that we saw a lot of in 2023. In 2024, we’re taking it a step further with even more organic shapes. Imagine a table with a top in various winding forms that seamlessly flow into the legs. Or a curved sofa, a rug in shapes other than straight lines, or start small with a plant pot in organic forms, housing an orchid in a natural hue.


Stijltrends 2024: Gentle Paradox


Trend: Soft Seventies

The Soft Seventies trend takes us back to the Seventies, a vibrant decade where fabrics and patterns were all about going wild. In 2024, we leave behind the busy prints and instead embrace velvet fabrics, vertical wooden slats, large and comfortable furniture pieces, and funky shapes that add a twist to your interior. The colour palette consists of greens like olive, shades of purple, and caramel. A colour combination that you can easily bring into your home with orchids!


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Also read: The 4 interior design trends we’ll be seeing a lot in 2024

This is the Dulux Colour of the Year 2024: Sweet Embrace

The Dulux Colour of the Year 2024 is announced! The trend colour we will be seeing a lot of next year is Sweet Embrace. A gentle blossom pink that is welcoming and brings a sense of peace and softness to a space. Curious about how to style the Dulux Colour of the Year 2024 in your interior? Read on for inspiration!

Also read: The 4 interior design trends we’ll be seeing a lot in 2024


Dulux Colour of the Year 2024

The name of the Dulux Colour of the Year 2024 gives it away: Sweet Embrace is a sweet and warm colour. Inspired by the softness of feathers and the subtlety of evening clouds. It’s a delicate shade that changes tone with the light but that always brings warmth to a space. Sweet Embrace is versatile in interior applications, especially because the colour is not too pink.

Sweet Embrace in the interior

Around the Colour of the Year, palettes have been created with colours that are easy to apply and reflect various trends. The colour palettes represent three trends: the quest for belonging, the quest for tranquillity, and the quest for joy.


An uplifting colour story

Mixing ethereal and dreamy tones of ochre and soft lilac, this palette has a contemporary, uplifting mood. Its mix of shades provides great opportunities for dynamic colour combinations that can enliven a scheme and bring energy and positivity.



A warm colour story

Warm, natural shades of sand, soil and terracotta – this family of global earth tones can help create spaces that feel familiar and embracing. These colours are ideal for layering to create a warm, comforting backdrop, and they work particularly well in living rooms or places where people want to come together, connect with family and friends and feel relaxed.


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A calm colour story

Recalling the colours of woodlands and seascapes, these soft greens and blues have a naturally calming and clarifying effect. This palette works perfectly with natural materials such as wood, cork and wool. Mixing darker shades with lighter neutrals, this is a balanced palette that can bring a feeling of simplicity and serenity.


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Also read: Interior, flower & plant style trends for 2024

Decorate your coffee corner with matching orchids

No day starts without good coffee, right? That’s why your coffee corner deserves to be a cosy spot – after all, you find yourself there quite often, brewing that perfect cup. And a stylish spot for your coffeemaker makes the experience even better! A cosy coffee corner enhances your interior, a place that deserves to be seen. In this article, we’ll share some tips to help you elevate your coffee corner game. From golden spoons to orchids in matching hues!

Also read: A warm winter with long-lasting colourful orchids


Decorate your coffee corner with matching orchids

Wondering how to create the atmosphere of a cosy, trendy coffee bar at home? Start by making space for a coffee corner. Whether it’s in the kitchen or in the living room, as long as there’s space for a small table or cabinet! This way, it becomes a standalone part of the interior that deserves to be noticed.



In terms of styling, coffee is the main character. While coffee gives you an energy boost, the coffee tones in your home create a relaxing and warm atmosphere. Think of brown mixed with white, beige, and black. From espresso to latte macchiato! Combine this with golden accessories for a chic look. This can be reflected in small things, such as golden spoons, a golden frame, or candle holders. Additionally, you can add accessories in brown tones, from cute wall decorations to an abstract artwork in warm mocha colours.



Finish styling the coffee corner with matching orchids. Did you know that orchids come in many types and colours? All the coffee tones mentioned above are available! Take a look at the images below for inspiration:



Also read: Bring the outdoors in with orchids in autumn colours

How to bring natural design into your interior this autumn

Now that summer is over, we’re spending more time indoors again. And that’s the perfect excuse to give your interior a touch-up! In this article, we’ll show you how to incorporate the orchid as natural design in your interior. Did you know that orchids also come in beautiful autumn shades? From brown to red and from purple to orange. Keep reading for inspiration!

Also read: 4 tips to keep your orchid blooming for as long as possible

How to bring natural design into your interior this autumn


An orchid is not just an indoor plant; it’s a piece of art. And that’s how we should treat it! So, don’t just place it on the windowsill, but choose a carefully considered spot in your home. Orchids on a pedestal, combined with paintings, on a stack of coffee table books, hung from the ceiling, and so on. Need examples? Here they are!

A lush arrangement as an eye-catcher on the coffee table:


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Or on a stool in the corner, next to a lamp. The lamp will put the orchid in the spotlight!


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Art meets art!


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Place a stack of coffee table books with an orchid on top. Hello, eye-catcher!



Running out of space? Go vertical by hanging orchids!



Last but certainly not least: there’s usually space for a piece of art on the dining table. Ensure the table is clutter-free and display a few statement pieces.



Also read: Bring the outdoors in with orchids in autumn colours

Holding onto summer with tropical orchids

Autumn is approaching, and that means summer is nearly coming to an end. While some can’t wait for autumn or even winter, others wish they could extend the summer season just a little bit longer. Do you fall into the latter category? If so, keep reading for our tips on how to keep the summer spirit alive a bit longer at home with tropical orchids!

Also read: 4 tips to keep your orchid blooming for as long as possible


Holding onto summer with tropical orchids

An easy way to prolong the summer atmosphere at home is by introducing tropical orchids. Thanks to their lush, exotic appearance, they create a summery ambience year-round! There are thousands of different orchid species, and they come in a wide range of colours, shapes, and sizes.

For example in pink and orange, a combination that instantly brings a summery feel to your home:



Yellow, the colour of the sun, is also a great choice!



Or create an arrangement consisting of various orchid types in various summery colours. Thanks to the different shapes and heights, this becomes a beautiful summer centrepiece!


Orchid: beauty that lasts


You can create the orchid summer piece in a bowl or in a cute crate. Both options provide a completely different atmosphere at home.


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So decide which types of orchids remind you of summer and place them in your home. You can explore the various types on this page.


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Everyday Happy Monday with Dutch bloggers Leoni and Tineke

Recently, Happy Monday Blog’s enthusiastic sisters Leoni and Tineke got to work on orchid styling. They are both photographers, have a great sense of styling and love for flowers and plants. Leoni and Tineke call each other every Monday to catch up. Hence, their blog is called Happy Monday. Those who follow their blog or Instagram channel have been able to admire the results. Doesn’t that make you happy every day? Read on for inspiration!

Read also: Create a cozy & comfortable home office with orchids



Light and open spaces

Although the sisters’ houses are more than 50 km apart, you wouldn’t say so when you see the interiors. One seems like an extension of the other as Leoni and Tineke both like a calm style with lots of light and space. White walls form the base along with a grey or wooden floor.



The interiors make extensive use of natural materials such as rattan, wicker, linen and wool. This creates a warm, inviting atmosphere. If you check out the interior photos on their blog or Instagram channel, also pay attention to the doors. Leonie and Tineke have a love for old ones.



Colorful mix

In calm, light interiors, orchids come into their own. The colours of the different flowers seem even more intense. To create eye-catchers, the orchids are not scattered around the house, but grouped in pots. Although Leonie and Tineke opted for a colourful mix of yellow, pink and white orchids, the overall look remains calm. This is due, for example, to their choice of pots. They are mostly white. No, the different shapes and structures do not make them boring. Apart from white pots, the exotic flowering plants have also found a place in sea grass baskets and wooden crates.


Photo: Happy Monday Blog


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Want to know more about caring for orchids? Find care tips here.

The 4 interior design trends we’ll be seeing a lot in 2024

Curious about the interior design trends for 2024? To give you a hint, it’s all about revisiting the trends from years past. The ’70s and the Urban Jungle are making a comeback. Additionally, expect to see a lot of rounded shapes and sustainability – both of which have always had a presence. Read on to discover the interior trends for 2024!

Also read: Interior, flower & plant style trends for 2024


Interior design trends for 2024

Curved Lines

The Curved Lines trend is one that can be integrated into nearly any interior style. It revolves around incorporating rounded shapes. Think of round and oval dining tables, which were already prominent in 2023. However, 2024 takes it a step further. Imagine organic tables, such as a tabletop adorned with various twists and movements that seamlessly flow into the legs. Or a curved sofa. This also applies to a rug: it’s no longer simply rectangular but comes in various shapes.



Bold & Funky

The Bold & Funky interior trend takes us back to the Seventies – a vibrant decade where fabrics and patterns were all about going wild. However, the busy prints will be left behind in 2024. What we will be seeing? Plenty of velvet fabrics, vertical wooden slats, large and comfortable furniture pieces, and funky shapes that add a twist to your interior.

Colours within the Bold & Funky trend are more subdued to promote tranquility and unity. The colour palette features softened greens like olive, shades of purple, and caramel. This allows you to incorporate eye-catching colours while still maintaining a calm atmosphere at home. To add a touch of vibrancy, consider adding cobalt blue accessories – from decorative cushions on the sofa to artworks on the wall!



Sustainable Living

Sustainability remains a pertinent topic, which explains its ongoing prominence within interior design. It starts with revamping old furniture and buying second-hand pieces from thrift stores, but it goes beyond that. Sustainable alternatives to new products are becoming increasingly prevalent. Think of curtains made from recycled PET bottles, carpets crafted from old fishing nets, and furniture constructed from repurposed wood!

Furthermore, the production process is evolving: artisanal craftsmanship is gaining prominence. The focus is shifting away from polluting mass production that rapidly changes collections and moving towards handcrafted furniture, art, and accessories, all created with a mindful approach for our planet.



Soft Outdoor

For Urban Jungle enthusiasts, the Soft Outdoor trend brings good news, as greenery is making a comeback. But with a subtle twist. While the Urban Jungle previously featured robust metal elements, rustic mango wood, and teak, 2024 shifts towards the use of light oak and refined steel finishes. Marble is also making a comeback, subtly integrated into small tables. When it comes to fabrics, think of linen or cotton in soft hues to induce a calming sensation. Leaf-patterned wallpaper is still popular, but in a more subdued manner. And of course, plants are an essential element in this trend!



Also read: Orchids: an inspiration for design

Interior, flower & plant style trends for 2024

Curious about the style trends for 2024? The Flower Council Holland has developed four style trends for 2024, together with Tuinbranche Nederland, iBulb, INretail and Bureau Nijman + Van Haaster. All four are based on the current zeitgeist but are all different. Keep reading to get inspired!

Style trends for 2024


Meaningful Earth

The Meaningful Earth style trend revolves around the concept of the earth: an “ancestral” interior filled with rough and rugged materials. These materials are natural and coarse, often eco-friendly or made from recycled materials. Think of stone, minerals, ceramics, coconut, burlap, cotton, pressed recycled leather, clay, mud and irregular glass. The shapes are rough, coarse and irregular, and have a primitive look and feel. The designs are natural as well, such as spot patterns, fossil prints and stripes that resemble layers of earth. Additionally, objects like jugs or sculptures are incorporated to connect with the roots of our culture.



Floral arrangements are not neat and tidy but have a rugged look & feel. In terms of plants, we see lots of highly visible bulb products. For instance, placed in a glass bowl full of multi-coloured sand layers, so that the soil is clearly discernible.


Stijltrends 2024: Meaningful Earth



Not surprisingly, shades of brown play a major role in the colour chart for accessories. The Meaningful Earth colour chart has been modified for flowers and plants and contains light yellow and salmon hues, that combine beautifully with dark and greyish-green shades.


Viva La Vida

The Viva La Vida style trend represents a cheerful, exuberant celebration of life, filled with passion, colour and expressiveness. Forget minimalism and immerse the home in vibrant colours – Spain and Mexico are clearly sources of inspiration here. Natural materials are used in a decorative manner. These include decorative tiles, mosaics, coloured and woven reed and raffia, textiles with frayed ends, frills and fringes, pigmented wood and patterned wrought iron with patterns. The designs are colourful and diverse, ranging from classic to modern.


Stijltrends 2024: Viva La Vida



When it comes to floral arrangements, colour is key. Preferably vibrant and festive, combined with full flower forms. Whether it’s voluminous bouquets or a single striking flower, they serve as eye-catching focal points. Flowering houseplants are also perfect for this trend.



This kind of trend naturally features a warm and exuberant colour palette. Essential colours are pink, red, Viva Magenta (Pantone colour of the year 2023), orange and bright yellow. These colours are also found in flowers, plants and accessories. The accent colours in this palette include black, Marsala brown and bright mint green. These tones are perfect for accessories and large elements, both indoors and outdoors.


Stijltrends 2024: Viva La Vida

Gentle Paradox

Contrast is what style trend Gentle Paradox is all about. In a calm interior, we find an abundance of round and soft shapes, with furniture that is sometimes made of unexpectedly hard materials. Hard, smooth materials alternate with soft structures, as if trying to soften the hard reality. Marble, concrete, ceramics, plastic, baked tiles and natural stone are common elements, alternating with high-pile carpets on floors and walls. Textiles also play a role, from pleated and ribbed to bouclé. In terms of patterns, the sky’s the limit, with everything from romantic floral patterns to abstract designs.



Stijltrends 2024: Gentle Paradox


Flowers also contribute to softening and creating a dreamy atmosphere. For example, by placing arrangements in corners or on the floor, against the wall. Arrangements are ‘cloudy’, often with transparent edges and also featuring dried flowers. Individual flowers add a sense of softness through their shape or subtly transitioning colours. A transparent character and soft leaves, in terms of colour and texture, are also important when it comes to plants.



The Gentle Paradox colour palette is soft and conveys a sense of tranquillity and harmony. Neutral colours and pastel shades alternate with a warm cognac colour. The shades of green are mostly found in flowers and plants.


Stijltrends 2024: Gentle Paradox


Playful Construction

Style trend Playful Construction revolves around experimenting. Featuring playful solutions and structural exuberance, like giant links that together form a sofa. Everything appears to be the consequence of a surprising perspective on consumer items and decorative products. The interior has an optimistic look & feel thanks to product combinations and cheerful colours. Materials are of secondary importance. However, we see lots of tubular constructions made of metal, plastic or glass, which helps to shape the structural character of this trend. The surfaces are mostly smooth. Patterns also play a minor role and are limited to stripes, checks, ridges and circles.


Circular shapes are prevalent in flowers, both in the floral arrangements themselves and the underlying elements. Hanging plants also play a prominent role, excitingly duelling with basic constructions in pots or wall decorations.


Stijltrends 2024: Playful Construction


Colour is key with this trend, which features a highly diverse colour palette. This palette includes bright colours, fresh pastel hues, silver and light grey – all of which can be combined endlessly.


Stijltrends 2024: Playful Construction

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