In Need Of A Change? Try A Peachy Hue

If you weren’t over Millennial Pink, now’s the time to switch teams. Insipid, baby pinks step aside to make way for a more grown-up, sophisticated palette of peachy hues. From delicate sorbet shades to rich, caramelised tones, fall in love with this sweet yet understated offering be it in a statement wall print or small, elegant accessories.

The beautifully named Dawn Chorus colour from Resene has the prefect muted glow of a sunrise. As it’s more nude than pink this colour can be used anywhere at anytime around the house without being too over-powering. The more reserved and pastel tone is a nice change from some of the louder and brighter shades of pink.

Style Tip: The tonal look works best when grounded by larger pieces in tan or charcoal or when offset by accents of mustard and cinnamon.

Cushion $49.90 from French Country Collections.

 

Print $455 from Collected

 

Print by Claire Mossong x Mark Antonia Ltd $48.

Storage Bag $69.90 from Citta

Stool $795 from Douglas and Bec.

Pillow Case Set $139.90 from Citta.

 

Pendant $1080 from Douglas and Bec

Pillowcase Set $99 from Father Rabbit Linen.

Tray by Jonathan Adler $199 from Smith & Caughey’s.

Cake Stand by Kristen Dryburgh $60 from The Poi Room.

Felt Mushrooms by Muskhane from $11 at Tessuti.