15 Charming Ways to Decorate With Peach
Whether you use this playful color as a sweet accent or completely cover your walls, peach is a shade that can instantly transform your home with a refreshing and cheery quality.
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Peach Color Palette
Use a pop of peach to liven up neutral spaces, or combine it with similar hues in varying shades like tomato red and silvery pink for a warm, fresh look.
The HGTV Dream Home 2016 guest bedroom blends rosy, natural peach hues with warm woods and mix-and-match furniture.
Pop of Peach
To add a lively addition to this sweet contemporary kitchen and dining space, Love It or List It, Too designer Jillian Harris chose a trio of peach bar chairs for the family's breakfast area.
Bye, Bye Basic Pink
Forget over-the-top frills and pastel pinks. This adorable baby girl nursery is decked out in refreshing shades of peach and deep, saturated reds.
While other shades of pink pair beautifully with peach, it also works well with more surprising hues such as green, brown and even black. See more from HGTV Magazine.
By choosing a petite, peach sofa in their crisp, white living room, these homeowners created a lovely focal point with an ever-changing palette. Now, they can simply swap in new throws and pillows for a totally fresh look.
Create an inviting entrance with a trendy hue that shows off your fun side by opting for a front door painted in a delicate shade of peach.
Pretty in Peach
For a homeowner who loves color, a bold peach tub is an absolute must. Walls are left neutral to keep from competing with this show-stopping hue. See more from HGTV Magazine.
Say Hello to Summer
Another great thing about peach? You can change the look based on your palette choice. For example, pair it with orange, and you have a stunning citrus blend. But pair it with green, as seen here, and you're left with a fresh, Palm Beach style.
A Style for Everyone
Designer Brian Patrick Flynn wanted to create a combination room that could serve as a nursery and guest bedroom. To achieve that lofty goal, he used a lovely peach and gray curtain that incorporates a simple but stylish pattern, perfect for babies and adults alike.
Sophisticated and feminine, this chic living room effortlessly draws the eye from delicate blush pink to subtle orange and vibrant peach, resulting in an almost ombre effect.
Why Choose Just One?
Can't decide which shade of peach is your perfect match? Start with a lighter version. Then work in a darker hue to create instant depth.
Peach With a Plan
This spacious nursery starts with a traditional shade of pink and adds in a punchy peach hue for a space that will grow along with the little girl.
Waves of Color
When paired with red and coral, peach takes on a decidedly tropical look.
This precious pooch knows that you can't do better than a plush peach ottoman. Coordinating throw pillows are the perfect addition to pull the look together.
Peach Goes Sleek
A pair of cushy peach armchairs looks ultra-sophisticated against a sleek black wall in this dramatic living room.