We love the fun and flirtatiousness of the lively and bright coral hues. And we love them paired with their softer sister, peach. Using this pair to accent any room is a good choice for revamping for the summer or just adding a bit of fun and spirit to your home. Using fresh florals, throw pillows or even curtains can lighten the mood and add fun bright spots to even your dullest of spots. Scroll along and take a peek at some wonderful ideas and inspiration.
1. In the Bedrooms.
Between the peach accent walls and the coral bedding, this bedroom is cool, crisp and perfect for the summer. It’s feminine and free, youthful and fun but still comfy and cozy enough for a good night’s rest. We also adore the addition of the minty green throw pillows that look great contrasted against the bright coral. You could easily doing this in an opposite way as well, adding a coral accent wall with peach bedding for a warmer, bolder look.
2. In the Breakfast Nook.
These shades play so well together. They match but they don’t match so much that the interest is gone. The coral chairs popping out from the blue walls could be startling but with the peach-hued curtains it’s the perfect, eclectic accent. We love the entire playful style and it’s incredibly easy to recreate in whatever version fits your personality.
3. In the Foyer.
Sometimes you may find a hue that isn’t necessarily coral but not completely peach either. If you love it, use it because it’ll still create that same essence the pair do. Color your door this warm shade and then when people walk in use orange tulips (that look more like coral) so seal the deal. It’s such a charming way to welcome your guests!
4. In the Living Rooms.
For a calm and homey living room, pair them wisely. Don’t overuse either but when you do, do it right. Use one signature piece of furniture to display your coral and then use very soft touches of piece to warm the room. If you’re a traditionalist this is the perfect way to spice up your home without going overboard.
5. In the Nursery.
Forgo the usual pinks and purples for a baby’s girl’s nursery and instead, dress it with corals and peaches. Offset a fun safari theme or an under the sea adventure by using this feminine and vivacious color pair. It’ll be different and unique, which is perfect for your baby! Who wants the usual “baby” pink nursery filled with a few flowers or hearts?