You might consider choosing peach for accenting decor in your home. If this is the case, choose your colors before you begin buying. Peach and turquoise, peach and brown, peach and grey, peach and white.. Which will you choose?!
This color can be showcased beautifully with feminine, ornate accents, such as, mirrors, picture frames, pillows, curtains and custom fabrics. To find great things for your home, check out Crate and Barrel , Pottery Barn , West Elm , and Kirklands. Fabulous finds at all these great stores! Plus, stores are ready for Spring, so you’re sure to find something 🙂
Below are just a few ways to incorporate peach into your home!
|Beautiful nursery display with peach and earthy tones!|
|LOVE this mirror!|
|Stunning dining room|
Pictures courtesy of Pinterest. Original sources unknown.
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What a perfect color for Spring and Summer… It goes beautifully with a sun-kissed tan, paired with jeans or accented in your home!
Peach pairs perfectly with natural tones, such as, tans and browns. But also looks fantastic with a great color like turquoise!
This week we will be sharing peach at it’s finest, with breathtaking flowers, fashion, home decor, and more!!
|These look like my formal dining chairs!|
|Contemporary- style couch|
|Ivory and chocolate brown|
|Ivory and light blue|
The color I based my wedding off of, the color I decorate most of my house with, a color I love to wear- – Ivory!
Ivory is so stunning for a wedding dress.. It gives it a rich, chic feel, no matter the design! The colors I chose for my wedding were ivory, rust orange and olive green. Perfect for a Fall wedding! I based a lot of my decor decisions off of the color ivory. I wanted everything to flow together. I had my gown picked out, and of course it was ivory, and I made sure that when ordering the men’s tuxes, that instead of the shirts being white, I made them ivory (or light cream). I was told, as a little tip before hand, that if my dress was going to be ivory and the men’s shirts white, it would really stand out in pictures (possibly enough to make my dress appear “dirty”). Made sense to me since the colors are noticeably different! The men wore chocolate brown tuxes, so it looked very sharp!
Preferably, I like taupe (a form of ivory) for wall color, it goes with everything!! And a lot of my home decor is the same!
This week we will feature incredibly gorgeous flowers, home design, decor, clothing and more!!
Here are a few pictures from MY wedding, featuring this weeks color inspiration 🙂
All pictures courtesy of Photography by Rose DeVore.
|Louis chair love!|
|Perfect feminine bathroom|
|I could sit here and read all day…|
|Busy patterns, well put together!|
|Fit for a princess!|
All pictures courtesy of Pinterst!
Pink is such a fun and girly color! There are many different shades, but this week we are just going to focus on the color in general!
When it comes to flowers, you are going to have plenty of options. Almost every flower comes in some color of pink! The first picture, below, are pink ranunculus. What a gorgeous flower!! It’s so full and beautiful.
You won’t have a hard time finding your favorite pink pieces, whether it be jewerly, lipstick shades, shoes, home decor and even paint! One (of many) great things about having a little girl, is all the pink that comes with it! Pink, pink everywhere.. And I’m sure it will be that way for many years, but that’s ok because I love it!
Here’s a sneak peek of what’s to come this week!
|I love flowers in a mason jar.|
|Pink, ombre rosette cake!|
|Oh, so girly mirror!|
Pinterest for pictures!
|Pillow that inspired my daughters nursery!|
|Blush accents and drapery|
|Blush pillows and pinstriped ottomans|
|French inspired Louie chair with blush drapes|
|Fancy dining room!|
Pinterest for pictures