Hot Accent Color: Coral

I’m really loving coral right now, but I think I like it best when used as an accent color, as opposed to coral-drenched walls.  What about you?

{the lennoxx}

{mary mcdonald}

{house of turquoise}

{the lennoxx}

{massucco warner miller}

{massucco warner miller}


{martha stewart}

…And nothing beats a coral-accented celebration!

{the alisters}

{bella signature design}

9 thoughts on “Hot Accent Color: Coral

  1. I just painte my dining room Coral and absolutely love it! Only problem, finding a rug to match and deciding on an accent color, any suggestions?

  2. Just checked in here: funny: I’m sure I had left a comment a week ago. Hmmm I hope there aren’t more problems!
    Anyway, yes, I love coral but find it difficult to work with: it’s so easy to go either too pink or too orange. Do love those headboards from H. of Turquoise!
    .-= Libby´s last blog ..MY (two days late) MOTHERS DAY =-.

  3. I like coral! In moderation. Touches of coral can really warm up a room. I think it is warmer than red!

    Hope all is well w. you my friend.

    If you got some time, pop over to my blog for a giveaway. And it is colorful too!



  4. I absolutely love coral hues, too! Accents are good, but I think these colors work great on full-blown walls. My bathroom currently is painted in a rich, vibrant coral. It’s very flattering to skin tones, actually! Gives ya a nice rosy glow.
    Btw – those beds from House of Turquoise are stunning!
    .-= Kelly´s last blog ..A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Paint Store =-.

  5. I grew up with coral because it was my mother’s favorite color. It took many forms over the years…peach, apricot, salmon…but there was always some version of that colorway in my mother’s home. Thanks for taking me to that memory of her today !

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