January is often associated with gray skies and snowy weather, but our color of the month couldn’t be any hotter: Coral. Inspired by Pantone’s Color of the Year, this hue gives any interior a little hint of the tropics. Coral has become a favorite of designers and bloggers for its ability to add sunny warmth to a room, much like a yellow or an orange but not as bold. You can also tone down the color further by opting for pastel shades, or one with a neutral undertone. Curious about adding a little coral to your décor? Shop our favorite designer furniture and accessories currently available at Sotheby’s Home
Why we love it: Stripes of orange, coral, and white add a dynamic pattern to a square pillow. Use this pillow as an accent among neutral cushions, or group it with colors in the same family.
Why we love them: The coral hue of the fabric cushions of this chair set bring out the warm undertones of the teak frame. Whether you group the set together or use them as accents in different rooms, each element strikes that perfect note between vintage and timeless.
Why we love it: Channel-tufted upholstery continues to gain momentum as a trend, though it’s not at the point where it feels ubiquitous. This sofa has a soft, luxurious look that contrasts angular furniture beautifully â€” or you can style it with furniture that has similarly curvaceous lines.
Why we love it: This ottoman is a great example of coral with a muted feel. Here, a very subtle gray undertone dials down the intensity of the coral, making this ottoman a versatile piece for a wide range of color palettes.
Why we love it: Inspired by the organic forms and dynamic shapes found in nature, this stunning pendant features a shade made of gathered silk. A small mirror in the center of the pendant subtly glimmers in the light to add further interest.