– DECORATE WITH THE 2024 COLOR OF THE YEAR: PEACH FUZZ –
Each year, Pantone’s Color of the Year sets the tone for design trends across various industries. In 2024, Pantone has chosen “Peach Fuzz 13-1023” as the Color of the Year, a gentle and velvety shade that radiates warmth and modern elegance. Today we want to show you how to incorporate Peach Fuzz into your home decor, creating a cozy and welcoming atmosphere.
Peach Fuzz in Different Elements
Textiles and Accessories
Introduce Peach Fuzz through textiles and accessories to add depth and warmth to your home decor. Opt for curtains, rugs, and accent pillows in Peach Fuzz tones to create a cohesive and inviting space. Consider using textured fabrics like boucle or interesting weaves to add visual interest and prevent a dated look. Peach Fuzz can also be incorporated into your bathroom through unique wallpaper designs, creating a stylish and cozy retreat.
Artwork and Decorative Pieces
Peach Fuzz can make a statement through artwork and decorative pieces. Select pieces that feature this color or complement it harmoniously. Whether it’s a painting, sculpture, or ceramic vase, Peach Fuzz accents will add a touch of elegance and sophistication to your home. Additionally, consider arranging a bouquet of pale peach roses, which will infuse any room with a soft and delicate ambiance.
Furniture and Lighting
To make a bold statement, incorporate Peach Fuzz into your furniture and lighting choices. A sofa or armchair upholstered in Peach Fuzz fabric can become the focal point of your living room, exuding elegance and sophistication. Additionally, apricot-colored table lamps or copper accents can add a touch of warmth and charm to your space. Don’t be afraid to experiment with different textures and materials to create a unique and inviting atmosphere.
Peach Fuzz, Pantone’s Color of the Year 2024, offers a fresh and gentle approach to softness and warmth. By incorporating this color into your home decor, you can create a cozy and welcoming environment that resonates with compassion and elegance. Whether you choose to use Peach Fuzz in textiles, artwork, or furniture, it will undoubtedly bring a sense of tranquility and sophistication to your living spaces. Embrace the beauty of Peach Fuzz and transform your home into a haven of comfort and style.
– CALIFORNIA OAK TREES –
Agent Contribution: Catherine Stephens, Operations Manager
It’s that time of year when people celebrating certain holidays bring trees indoors and decorate them with ornaments and colorful lights. But on any given day in Northeast Los Angeles, we are surrounded by all kinds of glorious trees. And in case you didn’t already know, Oak trees are especially revered – legally protected, in fact! Oak trees, and the environment around them, are one of California’s most diverse and important habitats.
Perhaps you’ve overheard someone say “That’s a California Oak – you can’t cut that down!” Wanna know why?
Oak trees are native to the northern hemisphere and consist of some 600 species worldwide, with 20 species native to California. Oak trees are unique because of their fruit, the acorn, which is key in identifying Oak species. They are known for being multi-trunked and growing wide canopies with sprawling, scraggly branches.
The history of Oaks in California is long and storied, and hold a special place in our culture. We celebrate these trees, that once covered a third of the land, in the names of our cities, towns, and schools. Accounts of Spanish explorers mention their awe at the sight of the abundance of Oaks around them. However, those with the strongest connection to the Oaks of California were and are indigenous people.
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Alas, due to competition with non-native ground covers and with pressure from predators, many types of Oaks are not regenerating in the wild. And in the not-too-distant-past, Oaks have been removed to create pasture and vineyards, and to create housing developments.Why should we be concerned about protecting Oaks?
• The leaf litter that accumulates under Oak trees prevents soil erosion by buffering the impact of rainfall. Leaf mulch helps retain soil moisture, lowering soil temperature and discouraging weeds.
• Oaks support over 300 species of vertebrate animals and provide food for more species of moths and butterflies than any other plant. Insects that live on Oaks provide high-protein food for birds.
• Ecosystem services provided by Oak forests/savannahs include recreational opportunities, shade and shelter, air filtration and obvious aesthetic value.
In 2004 to address the many threats to the species, California passed SB 1334, Oak woodlands conservation legislation under CEQA, now a part of the Public Resources Code – Every county was required to adopt policies that create Oak protection programs, including, of course, Los Angeles county, which has strict laws in place to defend, preserve and propagate these magnificent trees. So the next time you gaze upon a mighty Oak, say a little thank you… and don’t ya dare even think about altering one without going through the appropriate channels!
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-Jessica H, Windsor Hills home buyer
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825 E. 4th Street, #209, Los Angeles, CA 90013
1 br condo, featuring industrial modern finishes, in the coveted Beacon Lofts building moments away from local attractions in DTLA’s Arts District
1 bd, 1 ba, 950 sq ft, 1 gated parking space
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4bd + 3ba, 3093 sq ft, built in 1985, 7304 sq ft lot
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