15 Pantone Color of the Year Gift Ideas That Are Too Good (Seriously)

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Well folks, it's that time of year again ... Pantone has announced the 2019 color of the year. Drumroll please: The official hue is "living coral." (Pause for applause). We know you are as overjoyed as we are by the news, and what better way to celebrate than to go shopping? Scroll on for 15 coral gift ideas that will keep you and your loved ones beautifully on-trend.

1. Crosley UO Exclusive Coral Canvas Cruiser Bluetooth Record Player, $99

Don't let the vintage-inspired looks fool you, this turntable's got all the modern bells and whistles. Equipped with Bluetooth technology and full-range stereo speakers, the sound of this pint-sized record player spinning will be music to any audiophile's ears. And it even comes in a fun, coral canvas briefcase FTW.

2. World Market Oversized Desert Textured Woven Lumbar Pillow, $44.99

Not quite sold on 2019's color of the year? Opt for this woven cotton and wool throw pillow with a hint of coral to test the waters.

3. Hem Hai Chair, $1,399

This might be a little pricey to give as a gift. Unless, of course, that gift is for yourself then by all means infuse a rosy pop of color into your too-cool-for-school pad with this Scandi-chic lounge chair from Hem. Just be prepared for fights to break out between your houseguests over who gets to sit in the curvaceous frame.

4. Zara Home Mohair Blanket, $129

Without a doubt, you will win the BFF award by gifting this cozy coral blanket.

5. Gubi Grasshopper Floor Lamp, $1,030

If you happen to be someone's rich (and very generous) aunt or uncle, you can never go wrong with an iconic classic.

6. Leif Marbled Soap Dish, $28

Everyone has that friend who doesn't believe in using a soap dish, opting instead to place the wet, sudsy bar right on the countertop. But worry not. This marbled concrete beauty, made from recycled material, will fix that faux pas in a snap.

7. Poketo Object Notebook in Coral Totem, $24

For the friend that makes a to-do list to make their to-do list, this notebook is a dream. Complete with 140 blank pages that are enclosed in a durable cover, featuring colorful abstract shapes, there's plenty of room to plan out life's every sweet detail in style.

8. Kreafunk aFunk Wireless Bluetooth Speaker in Soft Coral, $149

For the music lover that's always on the go, we love this compact wireless Bluetooth speaker in rose gold and coral. Swoon!

9. Jenny Pennywood Weave Napkins in Terra Cotta / Dusty Coral, $44

These sweet linen napkins turn even the simplest meal into an affair to remember.

10. Agnes Woodblock Print, starting at $120

We're downright obsessed with this abstract woodblock print, so we're pretty sure your friends will be, too.

11. Meri Meri Twin Embroidered Quilt in Coral, $195

How adorbs is this coverlet? Sweet dreams definitely await for any tike that sleeps snug as a bug in a rug under this coral embroidered quilt. Besides, bright colored tassels are attached to the corners which is just too much fun.

12. Hay Chopping Board in Coral, $45

If it was at all possible to motivate someone to cook more often, then this vibrant chopping board would definitely do the trick. It's designed by Hay, one of our favorite Danish brands, so needless to say we want one in every single shape and color.

13. Wallshoppe x Clare V. Stipes Removable Wallpaper in Watermelon, $58 per panel

It might be a little odd to give wallpaper as a gift, but this removable number is the gift that keeps on giving ... literally. Besides, don't the playful stripes just make you happy?

14. Heather Rosenman Coral Lava Vases, $195

In case you haven't noticed we sort of have a thing for ceramics, and these little lava vases are no exception. So trust us when we say, if you have a friend who is constantly drooling over kiln-fired wares, these handmade beauties will definitely be appreciated.

15. Chilewich Mini Basketweave Oval Placemats (set of four), $66

Creating gorg tablescapes is something of an art form. So make your favorite host's job a little easier with these coral placements. Far from ordinary, they're made from an eco-friendly vinyl yarn and treated with an antimicrobial solution to prevent bacteria. Who knew pretty table decor could be good for your health? Win-win.

Ariane Moore is an Editor at Hunker. After earning her B.S. in Interior Architecture and Design, she enjoyed working on a variety of projects ranging from residential to hospitality at award winning design firms in both Las Vegas and Los Angeles. She also served as Design Editor at Natural Child World magazine.

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