color story: peachy pinks.
by victoria comment

2/27/20

feminine bedroom with peach colored curtains and pink bedding. / sfgirlbybay

this week’s color story is one of those very feminine ones — it’s all the many shades of blush pink. from the palest pinks to ruddy peachy tones and those with lavender undertones, these shades are just beautiful. they’ve got that kind of regal, subdued vibe about them — and they just feel calming to me (like a faded winter sunset) and flatter every room and pair well with just about every other color under the rainbow. these shades have been popular for a while now, and i honestly just don’t’ see them going anywhere anytime soon — perhaps just transitioning from trendy desert vibes into more eclectic, vintage-inspired decor. from plush pillows to pendant lamps and cozy bed linens, these pale colors are sticking around for a good while and you can go crazy with them, or just add the subtlest bits around your abode.

stairwell with pink wall paint and vintage sconce lighting. / sfgirlbybay

rustic pale pink wall paint paired with stenciling and vintage sconce. / sfgirlbybay

inspiring peachy pink furniture, home decor and accessories. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: the royal tenenbaums via christopher walken; Anthropologie Hepworth Storage Console; Anthropologie Yvette Pommed Jute Rug; Alterra Pure Organic Percale Sheet Set; Vintage Japanese Graphic Design via designspiration; Hawkins New York Alyson Fox Footed Bowl; @brookandpeony’s bedroom; Hawkins New York Simple Waffle Bath Towel in Blush; live music poster via designspiration; Justina Blakeney Fela Tasseled Chandelier; Casa Prieto Lopez, mexico city by @_marinadenisova_; Hawkins New York Chroma Glass Pitcher in Blush.

bohemian modern interior with peachy toned leather sofa. / sfgirlbybay

stack of linen laundry on wood table with vintage gold floral sconces hung on the wall above. / sfgirlbybay

pale peachy pink vintage sideboard with cabinets in modern home. / sfgirlbybay

collage of peachy pink art, decor and home furnishings. / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: penguin book of french verse via Julian Montague; Justina Blakeney Fela Tasseled Chandelier; Le Jardin des Supplices by Auguste Rodin via met drawings; Anthropologie Solid Tamsin Dining Chair; Yamazaki Home Wood-Handled Dish Rack; Hawkins New York Queen Size Simple Linen Flat Sheet in Blush; sightunseen’s guide to mexico city; Anthropologie Feather Collection Rug; The Grand Budapest Hotel Book Cover Hardcover Journal from Red Bubble; Lynda Gardener design via hunter & folk; Caitlin Wilson Design Blush Broad Stripe Pillow; chandelier by @madelynnfurlong; Hawkins New York Small Chroma Glassware Set in Blush; vintage paintings via design is mine.

blogger victoria smith of sfgirlbybay's bedroom with pink throw pillow and vintage paper lantern in her laguna beach cottage. / sfgirlbybay

pink wall paint in seating area with pink cushions. / sfgirlbybay

artist's studio with work desk and paint splattered walls. / sfgirlbybay

feminine hanging lamp with pink fringe and gold chain next to vintage mirror and pink glassware. / sfgirlbybay

rustic room with vintage furniture and patina walls and pink floors. / sfgirlbybay

• all other photography credits in order of appearance: Marie Olsson Nylander; penny wincer photography; northern delight; Marie Olsson Nylander; @nomibis; Anthropologie Hepworth Storage Console; @sfgirlbybay; the glitter guide; @debitreloar; Anthropologie Fela Tasseled Sconce; remodelista.

4 responses to “color story: peachy pinks.”

  1. Mmmmm… I love it! I ADORE a good peachy pink. In fact, it’s my all time favorite color. A little bit fun while also being a little bit soothing – it’s my personal Goldilocks color… just right.

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