An ambitious exploration into high-end residential markets across the globe.
Since 2000, color matching powerhouse Pantone® has welcomed in the New Year with its Color of the Year announcement—a prediction about the hue and themes that will influence us over the next twelve months. The selected shade not only reflects the feeling and tone of the time, but surfaces in fashion, home décor, and graphic design as everyone from illustrators to tastemakers finds something fresh in the color of the moment.
Pantone has looked to warmth and comfort for 2024 and forecasted PANTONE 13-1023 Peach Fuzz, which the company says echoes our innate yearning for closeness and connection, and “resonates with compassion, offers a tactile embrace, and effortlessly bridges the youthful with the timeless.” Whether through paint, ornamental accents, or exterior elements, this velvety gentle peach tone takes pride of place in the five properties below.
Sited on just almost two acres of lush mature gardens, this elegant gated estate includes a main residence and a guesthouse. The home boasts numerous European-inspired features including stonework, handmade tiles, custom stenciling, beamed ceilings, custom windows and hardware, hickory floors, and grand fireplaces. Hand-troweled pigmented plaster walls add a beautifully peachy glow to the interiors.
Casa Bellagio enjoys an ideal location in Cabo Bello, an exclusive enclave east of Cabo San Lucas. With its magnificent architectural design featuring lofty vaulted ceilings and columns, the property exudes the charm of old-world Mexico. The façade of the home is accentuated by domed ceilings adorned with tinted stucco.
This exceptional tenth floor Classic Seven in New York, New York enjoys light streaming through every room. The corner living room offers city and sky views, and is adorned with peach-tinted details.
Home of noted collector and beloved Santa Fe icon Omer Claiborne, this serene compound is tucked down a quiet lane. The residence features many custom details including recessed shelves designed to display artifacts, concrete floors, French doors, and glowing plaster walls.
This European-inspired custom home is situated in a spectacular setting on the 14th fairway of Troon North’s Monument Golf Course. Stucco walls and tinted roof tiles add a peachy tint to the property’s exterior spaces.
Looking for other ways to inspire connection? These welcoming guest houses offer ample ways to pamper visitors.