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Colour of the Moment: Coral

5th June 2017

The latest interior design palette to take hold is coral home decor.

Coral can range from palest peach to vibrant watermelon and works in light uplifting shades or dark and moody tones. It can be used as the dominant colour in a scheme or in the form of a home accents for a pop of freshness.

Take a look at the interiors making the most of this mouth-watering shade... 

Pale Coral Decor

Pale coral rooms can take your from spring to summer, lifting and lightening a room. It speaks of youthfulness and joy.

These muted hues allow for big designs. Try tone on tone to keep it very millennial.

Then combine this coral colour with fellow pastels for a sweetheart finish. Alternatively, pair with punchy brights for a fun in the sun vibe. Try orange, pink, and contrasting blue for a pool-side outdoors-y feel.

Pink Coral Decor

Pink coral colours are the ultimate in bubbly. They add an unavoidable femininity to a room.

An equally bold and trendy approach is to add aqua for a bold finish. The amount you use of both decides the size of the impact.

Bright white and pale grey, on the other hand, meet this daring shade with timeless sophistication. Therefore, the coral colour makes a statement without being overwhelming.

Classic Coral Decor

Classic coral tones instantly add warmth to an interior. Pair them with green and gold for a tropical look. It's also ideal for mixing with other patterns to create an eclectic interior.

Dark Coral Decor

Deep and moody coral colours add a sense of romance to interiors. Using plain fabrics and natural textures will instantly create an inviting interior.

Dark, however, doesn't have to be uneventful. Pair with similar shades or add contrast at will for exciting coral home decor.

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