Image from Nature’s Health Foods
I’ve had peaches on my mind a lot lately and realized (with a little help from a friend) that I could channel it into interior inspiration. Often when I think of the color peach, I am transported back to the age of 12 in my friend’s bedroom with peach walls and mint green trim. (She was always stylin’)
Now, however, I think of fresh, ripe Porter peaches which happened to come in early this year. They have so many beautiful colors often just on one fruit and I think incorporating these as an accent in your home is a grand idea. I’ve gathered a couple of rooms and a roundup of wallpapers for you to enjoy.
Image from Rexo Home
If you’re a little intimidated to bring to much peach into your home, this might be the palette for you. Despite this being a teenager’s room, the gray elevates and keeps it sophisticated. The pops of lime set it off just right. Remember to add a twist like lime, olive, magenta or even tangerine orange to keep it from being too feminine.
Image from Interior Gallery Design
Again with the pops of lime, but this room embraces peach in all it’s glory. From the saturated walls to the washed out ottomans, you get a range that creates a warm, cozy space.
Personally I think my favorite way to add peach to my palette would be with one large focal wall covered in wallpaper. From geometric to florals to skeletons in the closet, I’m sure I’ve found one you’ll like too.
Trippy Wallpaper in Orange
These are just a few of my favorites and in the beginning of what looks to be a warm summer, my top two contenders are Amy Butler’s Memento and Skeletons in the Closet. What a great name, it makes me want to lounge on a hammock with a V.C. Andrews book. (Anyone remember those? Were those popular or did I just feel grown up getting to read them?)