You might have noticed over the course of the last few decades (if you have been around long enough) that the coral color is steadily growing more and more popular. It’s been around for ages now and people never seem to have enough of it. So why is that so?
Coral pink is known to evoke bright and positive energy and it often brings a smile to people’s faces for no particular reason except for it being what it is a pleasant color to be surrounded with.
To colorfully prove our point, here are different ways to add this lively color to your home.
WARMS UP NEUTRAL TONE BEDROOM
The coral paint color also lends a warm touch to the pale and neutral color scheme making it feel more relaxing. Adding decorative accessories that pick up the wall’s color creates a strong sense of cohesion.
CORAL AND WHITE
Coral is very in these days but in order to avoid making it look dull, we should pair it with the colors that bring out the best in this lovely orange pink.
CORAL AND NAVY BLUE
Navy and coral wedding is one of the latest trends and more and more people decide to go for this color combination to make their wedding chick.
A couple of pieces of decor in coral can add a significant wow factor to any space. Enhancing the room’s chic look are the accessories above the dresser.
CORAL AND TURQOISE
Turquoise and coral is a classic color combination guaranteed to stand the test of time, as shown in this bedroom. Note the layered on the patterns. Sticking to the same shade of coral helped to make it all work.
COMBO TEAL AND LIGHT GREY
When thinking about what colors go with coral, one should not be afraid to think outside of the box and throw colors like teal and grey into the mix.
PERFECT COLOR CREATING COASTAL VIBE
Coral is a bright and uplifting color making it a perfect starting point for vibrant living room like this, for instance. White walls and natural wood accents help to balance the room’s pastel inspired color scheme.
COMBO AQUA AND YELLOW
This color combination is your winner for sure. Color coral adds a warm touch to aqua and then yellow lifts the two to a completely new level.
It is important to note that when decorating with bright colors, it is a good idea to keep the bright colors for the accents and everything else like furniture in neutral colors that blend into the background.
If you prefer vintage style to your home, the light coral color will be a great part of your decor.
Start off by just accessorizing with this shade. If you find that the shade is exactly what you were looking for, pull together a mood board. Pick your wallpapers and paint, fabrics, and furniture, make sure it all sits together in harmony.
This warm, vibrant color adds energy to a room. As a single accent, it can add a hit of glamour. In larger swaths, it creates a friendly, inviting space.