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Peach is such a warm, inviting color and can really brighten up a space. We especially like peach when paired with cream, white, or tan. In this post, we’ll be sharing our top 4 peach bedroom examples. If you’ve seen a photo floating around or on Pinterest, we’d love to check it out! Leave the URL in a comment at the bottom. Want to learn more about interior decorating? Check out QC Design School’s Interior Decorating course. Click through the image links to take a look at our top picks, and enjoy!
This bedroom has our favorite combination – pink, tan and white. The room feels warm and like it belongs in a home down in Florida. On chilly nights, you could unroll the duvet or simply sleep beneath the sheets on a warmer night. We like the use of mixed patterns, particularly in the bedskirt, duvet and blinds. The different saturation levels of peach keep the room looking harmonious while giving it dimension at the same time. A job well done in our books!
This room is all-over peach and we completely adore it. From the orange-peach ribbon that runs across the sheet’s fold-down to the true peach curtains, the shade is almost everywhere to be seen. It doesn’t seem overwhelming, however, because of the different patterns and depths used. We also like that the bed skirt was kept simple in a clean linen ivory to keep the focus on the cushions and quilt. Oh, and of course we are just loving the flowers!
We think this bedroom is the perfect option for someone sharing an apartment or living in a dorm. You don’t want to paint the whole room since you’ll just have to paint over it with white before you leave, so why not focus on painting a small section around the bed to give the room a little depth? With simple pull-down blinds and a fuzzy throw blanket in orange-peach the space feels warmer in an instant. We also like the area rug to liven up the otherwise all-white space and to make the area feel a bit warmer.
This pinky-peach room is a little girl’s dream! From the warm beige hardwood floors to feminine peach bedding and curtains, it’s truly a warm and playful space for a child. We like the matte black bed frame (and the rabbits on posts!) to give the room a little more dimension and to pull in black as an unexpected accent choice. Coupled with the faux fur rug, it really makes the space.
Which peach bedroom is your favorite? Let us know in a comment!