From Bellinis to Bling, Pantone's Peach Fuzz is All the Buzz!

From Bellinis to Bling, Pantone's Peach Fuzz is All the Buzz!

PANTONE IS RINGING in the New Year with the announcement of Peach Fuzz as the shade of 2024. Officially called “Pantone 13-1023 Peach Fuzz,” the pinkish-orange hue is “velvety,” “gentle” and “subtly sensual,” according to the design and color authority. Get peachy with this assortment of Houston eats, drinks and accessories to celebrate fashionably.


Avant Art

Elaine Coombs' 'Sun Drop II'

This Upper Kirby gallery boasts a broad selection of original pieces with peachy accents. From Chloe Hedden’s beautifully textured Terracotta Express to Elaine Coombs’s Sundrop paintings, Houstonians can style their homes with shades of pale peach, pink, and orange.

Badolina

Labne Halva (photo by Ralph Smith Studios)

Grab a slice of this year’s color with specialty gourmet cakes from the go-to in Rice Village. Custom cakes are available in a variety of sizes and each is one-of-a-kind, like Badolina’s intricate Raspberry Rose cake. Individual desserts including the exquisite Pistachio and Guava Labneh Halva offer guests a way to indulge in a little peach-tinted decadence.

Balboa Surf Club

Balboa Surf Club

The menu at this still-new spot near The Galleria is peachy keen with many health-forward eats. Nosh on the Patagonian inside-out salmon sushi roll with green apple and ginger; a Baja seafood cocktail; and Jumbo Louie with Maryland crab, Gulf shrimp and Louie sauce.

Citizens of Montrose

Citizens of Montrose (photo by Becca Wright)

Get a taste of the color of the year while sipping “spiked fluffy juice.” Try the Whipped Paloma: frothy pink grapefruit juice, tequila, and lime salt, or the Golden Hour: whipped orange juice, Tito’s vodka and Aperol.

Christian's Tailgate

Christian’s Tailgate offers its Orbit Peach 75 at all four locations. It’s a mix of Bombay Sapphire, lemon, peach puree and a splash of Champagne. Damp January, anyone?

Hemline

Cosmetic bag at Hemline

Shine bright in Hemline’speachy sequin set, perfect for a big night out. Each piece is $88. Need to warm up? The peachy-bronze Hausen Dylan Vest is just right for cold Houston days. Shop it here or head to the Woodway store. The peach cosmetic bag is also handy for keeping you in the pink.

Léránt

Incorporate this year’s shade into your home with the Hibiscus Pink Bud Vase to enhance a colorful bouquet. Shop jewelry in the palette, like the Cannes gold demi cuff iridescent coral. Or lighten up the mantle with a soft peach elephant picture frame and add a pop of color to the dining room with metropolitan rose napkin rings.

Zadok Jewelry

Cluster ring at Zadok

It’s never too early to shop for Valentine’s Day, which is right around the corner. Zadok’s gorgeous 18-karat gold stone cluster ring looks much pricier than it is. Stones in natural hues of sky blue, citron and pale peach glisten with modern style that will enhance any outfit. Yes, please!

Heights & Co.

Known for creative cocktails, Heights & Co. offers a Jala-piña Margarita, a favorite year-round boasting the color of 2024. It is made with tequila, pineapple-guava, lime, agave and spicy tincture.

FM Kitchen

FM Kitchen & Bar's frozen cocktails (photo by Dylan McEwan)

A frozen peach bellini just might be your sip to toast to the color of year. Vodka, peach liquor, lemon, white peach puree and Champagne are combined to delicious effect. It’s popular at brunch by the glass or the pitcher while cheering on your favorite sports team.

Good Vibes Coastal Kitchen

Seeking island time? The Bahama Mama is the drink for you, made with Sailor Jerry, coconut rum, banana liqueur, pineapple, orange, lime and grenadine. Or opt for the Beachin’ Mule made with Jim Beam bourbon, peach Schnapps, lime, simple syrup and St. Arnold ginger Beer.

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