Home styling with copper, terracotta and other peachy tones

, , , , , , , , , , By Catherine Lazure-Guinard

Inspiration alert!

The lovely pictures below show a darker take on the ever popular dusty rose trend. Styled by Pella Hedeby, this workspace is soft and feminine, and with a fresh energy. Here are a few tips to replicate the look at home:

– Crisp white walls will work as a blank canvas and provide contrast. It will also allow the light to reflect beautifully.

– Play with different shades to avoid a match-matchy look. From light pink to muted orange, peach, coral, salmon… Going tone-on-tone will give more definition and style.

– Layer textures to make the room interesting. Here, Pella used copper for some shine, wooden elements and soft, cozy knits – They all add visual weight and bring a distinct feel.

– Use decorative accents in neutral tones like cream and sand, to balance the look.

– Add interesting branches or twigs to give the place an organic touch and to instantly create a statement piece.

– Products you could use: a Hay box, a tray by Ferm LIVING, a copper jar by Bloomingville, planters by Ferm LIVING, a copper kettle from Hario, plaids and cushions by Aiayu, a stool from Melo Studio, a white Bertoia chair, and vases by Lyngby.

 

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Photos: Sara Medina Lind for MYHOME magazine via April & May with thanks.

 


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