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Let Pantone's Color of the Year Brighten Your Life

Living Coral is hot, hot, hot.

By Megan McDonald February 28, 2019 Published in the March 2019 issue of Sarasota Magazine

Just Peachy

Available individually or as a series of three, these abstract watercolor prints from Sarasota-born artist Candace Wiant (who now lives and works in St. Pete) are the perfect way to bring a touch of color into your home. Style them vertically or horizontally—either way, you can’t go wrong. Prints, $20 each,; originals available at the Art of Living Collective, 2139 Siesta Drive, Sarasota, (941) 555-0110

Runnin’ Runnin

Olukai describes its Miki Li sneaker as an “ath-lux” shoe, and they’re right on, thanks to bright coral laces, a sock-like fit with a drop heel, high-stretch fabric and leather accents. And with a cushioned gel insert, they’re as easy on your feet as they are on your eyes. $135 at T.Georgiano’s, 1409-B First St., Sarasota, (941) 870-3727

Nailed It

Cult favorite nail polish brand Butter London has collaborated with Pantone on a limited-edition line of nail lacquers featuring 2019’s Color of the Year. Bright and cheerful, the polish is available in several formulations, including a sparkly peel-off glitter lacquer and a gel. Bonus: Butter London polishes are 8-free (no bad chemicals) and cruelty free. $12,

Mix It Up

Move away from the same old white and silver kitchen appliances and add a pop of color with KitchenAid’s five-quart tilt-head stand mixer. Not only will this machine change your baking life forever, the Bird of Paradise color is a pretty way to bring a little coral into your life. $279 at Crate and Barrel, 140 University Town Center Drive, Sarasota, (941) 702-9900


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