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a peachy living room...

The Peachiest Living Room / via Oh Joy!

We're feeling PEACHY! We've been loving the peach and rust color combo recently, so we decided to do it right and style a living room with the duo of shades. It's sophisticated, calm, and oh so cozy. Come check it out...

The Peachiest Living Room / via Oh Joy!

We built the room off of the peach accent wall graphic. It's the focal point of the room and is a fun way to incorporate a splash of color on the walls without painting it floor to ceiling. We chose an abstract, organic shape that feels light and lovely (P.S. That's Lily, our photographer! We asked her to get in the photo because she loves this color combo, too!).

The Peachiest Living Room / via Oh Joy!

When you don't want to create an entire gallery wall or use one big statement piece, we like to cluster small groupings of prints together. Here, we choose three that all incorporate a little peach but also bring in some other complimentary, cool colors. The placement of this cluster balances out the larger painted detail on the wall.

The Peachiest Living Room / via Oh Joy!

Next, we mixed in lots of gold, cream, and white to the space. We also brought in lots of textures and prints to add life to the space and give it dimension. We could spend all day here...how about you!?

Sources shown: Benjamin Moore Snow White paint, Benjamin Moore Springtime Peach paint, Urban Outfitters rug, Target rattan chair, Target coral velvet pillow, Target round shag pillow, Target rattan planter, Joybird couch*, Anthropologie square shag pillow, Urban Outfitters tasseled rust pillow, Sarah Sherman Samuel x Lulu & Georgia lumbar pillow*, Urban Outfitters round peach pillow, West Elm brown pillow, Target throw blanket, Society 6 figure print by Velliana*, Society 6 yellow ladies print by Isabelle Feliu*, Society 6 blue lady print by Alja Horvat*, Moroccan pouf (similar), Urban Outfitters end table, Anthropologie lady vase, State tote bag, Rollie shoes.

{Photos by Lily Glass, Concept/Production/Styling by Julia Wester, Production Assistance by Jess Hong. Written by Traci Michael.}

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