The vibrant coral-infused sunsets North Carolina is famous for can be a source of inspiration for your home. Coral, a popular shade in beach cottages, can take on a bolder, brighter personality serving as a great accent color in any room.
It pairs perfectly with white, soft aqua, navy, natural wood and brass accents. Consider painting an accent wall, ceiling or door; it’s a sure standout that’s both energetic and fun.
“Bird of paradise is bold, bright and refreshing! Use it on beach cottage furniture; it’s the perfect complement to whites, rustic woods and beachy blues.”
— Kristi Van Zyl, Chalk It Up
“Ravishing coral is a vivid color that adds an energetic vibe to any room. It’s the perfect pop of color for a neutral color palette.”
— Julie Stegner, Design Den
“Mixing Amy Howard’s Massey Hill (a fun, funky orange) and Ballet White (her truest white) can create some beautiful coral hues. Play with the ratio to create a soft coral, perfect for an accent color or add a little more orange for a bright, bold statement.”
— Laurie Ledbetter, Affordable Chic
“Coral is summery and warm, but it’s so much more than just a seasonal shade. I love Wet Coral to brighten any space and/or ceiling in your room.”
— Ralph Townes, Draperies by Townes
“The depth of this coral makes it the perfect hue for an accent wall, lacquering a vintage chair or pairing it with a linen white for a real pop of color in your space.”
— Tula Summerford, Design by Tula