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Decorating With CORAL

Between orange and red you’ll find the beautiful and versatile coral – a shade that’s perfect when you need a pop of colour without overwhelming a room.  At home in both traditional and modern spaces, combine it with aqua for a costal feel, contrast with a crisp white for more contemporary rooms or pair with warm woods like mahogany and metallic gold for a cozy atmosphere.  If you prefer a more modern design, balance this warm colour with a cool grey or charcoal and stainless accents.

4 Responses to “Decorating With CORAL”

  1. Laura Brzegowy

    I love this post (and color)! Such a cheerful color that wakes up a room beautifully!

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    • Rowe Spurling Paint Company

      Thank you! Another beautiful shade is Benjamin Moore Tucker Orange from the Williamsburg Collection. We just used it on a customer’s bedroom accent wall and it was stunning! Thank you for visiting!

      Reply
  2. Michelle

    Thank you for this post! I was ready to pull the trigger on Tucker Orange, but the name gave me cold feet. Your thoughts? Is it true coral or more toward the orange? Thanks!

    Reply
    • Rowe Spurling Paint Company

      I love Tucker Orange but not the name because it’s not a great description of the shade. It is definitely more coral and less orange and looks stunning on the walls (especially in natural light). Another great shade is Benjamin Moore Picante 006. Thank you for visiting!

      Reply

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