An Unexpected Pair Of Colors Are Trending To Make Your Bedroom A Dreamy Paradise

If you have been looking to update your bedroom lately into a room you won't want to leave, look no further than this trending color combination. Neutrals like white and gray are well and good, but the color mix you need to jump on right now is pink and peach. While individually, these two colors will bring something new to your room, separately, they will turn it into a pretty pastel paradise. While both shades do have brighter variants, it's the lighter, dreamier ones that are trending. 

Pink and peach can both give a room a whimsical quality, so it makes sense that when combined they create an even dreamier look. In addition to the pink and peach combination, peach is having a moment by itself, with "Peach Fuzz" being named Pantone Color of the Year 2024. Executive director Leatrice Eiseman shared, "In seeking a hue that echoes our innate yearning for closeness and connection, we chose a color radiant with warmth and modern elegance. A shade that resonates with compassion, offers a tactile embrace, and effortlessly bridges the youthful with the timeless."

Your bedroom will feel like a cozy pastel haven

Per, Rebecca Breslin, senior design manager at Wayfair Professional, revealed that "a pigmented pastel with an easygoing, youthful appeal" is the type of vibe that will be everywhere. If you're unsure how to combine pink and peach for a dreamy rather than clashing effect, keep the following in mind. Unlike using pink in your room, which is relatively easy, the orange and yellow undertones of peach make it a stronger color. Because of this, we recommend making peach the accent color and pink the main. For example, if your walls are painted pink, put your bed nearby and add peachy cushions or a peach-colored throw. 

If your heart is set on painting your walls in a peach shade, we recommend keeping the rest of your room relatively neutral and incorporating pink via a lamp or a rug. Don't want to go all out? Adding the perfect artwork to your room will accentuate any color theme well. A print or picture will tie into the pink and peach color combination without the need for any permanent changes. Bringing in art can also be very budget-friendly. Above all, remember these two shades require balance so your bedroom doesn't appear visually overwhelming. If your walls are a brighter peach, opt for baby pink to complement. If your walls are pink, look for lighter peach decorations with more white than orange and yellow to match the vibe.