I was so disappointed when Kelly Hopper said she hated Peach in Interiors on The Great Design Challenge.
I personally love Peach in Interiors, I have touches of Peach in my current Living Room with plans for more once we move.
It looks fantastic with Grey and Copper, imagine a Dark Grey feature wall, Peach, Mustard, Duck Egg accessories and Copper accents.
There is no denying it was huge back in the eighties. I remember all too well my Mom’s Peach Living Room walls with awful shiny floral curtains but there is a place for it now and I wanted to share with you all some inspirational images I have found so that hopefully you will all say YES TO PEACH!
Before I go on to show you what I have found in the wonderful world of Pinterest, I could not do a post on Peach Interiors without sharing this amazing wardrobe upcycled by Interiors goddess Alice In Scandiland – when it comes to Interiors she has the perfect eye and her Instagram is one of my favourites, like myself she loves to upcycle and create, go give her a follow you will not be disappointed.
The wardrobe of dreams, don’t you agree?
Let’s start with Peach doors. They look amazing and bring a pop of colour to the room and make a feature instead of wood, here are a few of my favourites…
This brick wall painted in peach is a stunning contrast against the dark cupboards and creates a perfect backdrop to feature items of all colours.
And as I said above I personally think Peach against Grey and Copper is perfection in Interiors, these pictures show how Peach really works in modern rooms, especially when they have a simple Scandi style.
So as you can see this is just a glimpse into how I think Peach is perfect for modern Interiors. I, of course, thought I would give a very quick look at some peach in my home, both the cushion and throw are from the M&S Loft range.