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How to Incorporate Pantone’s Color of the Year in your Dining Room

18-1438—these six digits strung together are the code for Marsala, the 2015 Pantone Color of the Year. It was introduced to embody “the satisfying richness of a fulfilling meal” and its earthy red-brown tone emanates warmth. Pantone and The RoomPlace agree—a Marsala kitchen or dining room can create a fresh, new dimension to your space. Here are a few ways that you can integrate this distinctive shade into your decor.

Seductive Seating
Functionality and fashion can unite in a strategically set dining room. Introduce Marsala into your seating arrangement to get gorgeous decor that is as fresh as it is warm and timeless. We love the way the Prism Sundown Chair commands attention with its bold silhouette and deep, earthy tones.

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Striking Textiles
Dining room tables can get a quick and easy facelift with the help of Marsala. Invest in placemats, a runner, and even cloth napkins that will give your space a pop of warmth and color. The beauty of Marsala is in its versatility. Whether your favored decorative style for dining room sets trends more towards modern or traditional, Pantone’s Color of the Year is the perfect complement to your existing pieces.

Soulful Accents
When we advise customers interested in Indianapolis dining room sets, the team at The RoomPlace always stresses the power of accents. Command the room’s attention with a Marsala-tinted lamp, or create ambience from the ground up with a soft and luxurious carpet. Whether you’re using Marsala as the main hue for your home furnishings or punctuating your space with home accents, your dining room will always look classic, bold, and beautiful.

We think incorporating Marsala is the perfect way to enliven your space, whether as the focal point or a subtle accent. A decidedly modern hue, the Pantone Color of the Year makes your home stand out from the crowd. Consider The RoomPlace seduced—we can’t get enough of Marsala!

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