The end of the season is quickly approaching, but we are hanging onto the joys of summer by celebrating our favorite summertime color: peach. For Beth, the color evokes memories of her childhood in Alabama, counting down the days until the first peach was ripe enough to pick from the tree. When it comes to the color, she says, “peach is lively and energetic, and it is pure perfection when used as an accent in even the most sophisticated spaces.” Soak up our peach-colored inspiration, then enjoy the final (hot) days of summer. When it starts to cool down, bring this bright color into your interior design and smile at the thought of sunnier days.
Fresh flowers are a sure-fire way to bring color home. Daisies come in a variety of colors, but we can’t help but love the shades of orange and peach in these stems.
This striking piece of art incorporates almost every shade of orange — peach included. The art hangs in the Beth Haley Design Showroom, and we look to it often for inspiration.
Summer in Nashville isn’t complete without a bag of The Peach Truck peaches. Not only do they look stunning sitting in a bowl on our counters, but their juicy, sweet flavors are unforgettable.
The harmonious relationship between fashion and interior design comes from the connection between materials, color, and form. Turn to fashion for inspiration, and you might stumble upon a striking dress in a shade of orange fitting for your wardrobe and your home.
Refreshing and easy on the eyes, this summertime cocktail is conveniently peach-colored. Pour yourself a glass, soak in the steamy days of August, and enjoy the long days before the season ends.
Although this shade of orange leans more tangerine than peach, we adore the commitment to color in the space. Beth goes bold with color, and the results are always breathtaking.
These ombre stairs showcase various shades of orange ranging from blush to peach to creamsicle. We can’t imagine a more fun way to introduce color into a stairway.
Celebrate the end of summer with all things peach!
Peach isn’t the only color we are crushing on. Chartreuse green and navy blue are two more colors on Beth’s list of favorites. Find more inspiration and design tips from Beth here.