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10 Ways to Decorate With Prince Purple

September 11, 2017

We share 10 ways to decorate with Pantone's Love Symbol No. 2, Prince Purple, honoring the late music icon Prince.

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Photo: Alisha Gwen; Graphic by Farima Alavi

Prince Purple Color Palette

The blue and purple color palette, combined with layered patterns, creates a serene girl's bedroom that's equal parts whimsy and style. For a similar look, try (from L to R) Glidden Regal Purple (56RB 09/302), Behr Island Aqua (P450-5), Glidden Heavenly Blue (70BG 68/056) and Sherwin-Williams Flashy Sapphire (P520-7).

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Photo: Regan Wood. From: Allison Lind.

Purple Contemporary Bedroom With Gold Bed

In a small bedroom, a dramatic color makes the room feel cozier. Prince Purple coats the walls and ceiling in this apartment bedroom, creating an intimate feel.

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Photo: Jeff Herr Photography. From: Terracotta Design Build.

Rich, Colorful Kitchen

A young family wanted an open kitchen perfect for entertaining. For a colorful surprise, the designers went with a rich purple island accented with brass details.

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Photo: Julie Soefer Photography. From: Laura U Design Collective.

Moody Purple

The moody hues of this master bedroom perfectly offset the sweeping artwork that fills the wall above the bed.

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