“The colour orange makes me think of spirituality and compassion. I find that meditation is helped when I am close to orange objects.” – Sikhme
Accessorizing with Peach
The colour peach is a team player with many other colours. It works particularly well with other shades of sorbet, such as mint green and duck and egg blue; anything in the same shade will go well.
Peach combines well with brighter blues if you're looking for contrast and excitement.
For a sophisticated feminine palette, try combining peach with spearmint and gold, another trend from the 1980s that has returned in recent months.
Speaking of metallics, peach is visually close to copper. If you look at copper as a colour rather than a metal, it is close to the peach tone. Peach and copper accessories work well together.
If you have a small, dark or north-facing room, adding a layer of pale peach paint to the walls could bring the room to life and add a touch of sunshine throughout the year.
Grey is a popular interior tone, but sometimes a grey and white scheme needs something to bring it to life. Peach is a natural partner for light grey tones, it can add warmth and interest to a monochrome interior.
There’s a warm shade of peach that’s perfect for creating a dreamy, romantic ambiance. Along with heavy damask curtains, a carved wooden chair and a dark floor treatment, create a sophisticated design that is soft, elegant and rich.