Sophisticated brightness for pastel colors
Coral color perfectly “rejuvenates” the interior, made in pastel colors. If you like calm, delicate shades, but at the same time, you want to add a bit of subtle brightness to the decor, then the elements of coral color will be very useful. Surrounded by a pastel palette (colors of oats, rye, sand), coral looks very advantageous, and as if the blush on the cheeks of a porcelain figurine gives freshness and liveliness to the whole ensemble.
Pearls and corals
One of the most successful color combinations is pearl gray and coral. This is not surprising, because pearls and corals are both sea-kingdom treasures, and the taste of nature is impeccable. By the way, coral perfectly harmonizes with the whole range of gray shades: from light gray to graphite. And since the designers declared gray as “new beige” (that is, the ideal background and basic tone), coral will be relevant in almost any modern interior, which includes elements of gray.
Coral in classic style
Coral color is good not only for the rustic and nautical styles or minimalism. It can also decorate the interior, made with elements of modern classic style. The burgundy red color is traditional for the classical style, should be replaced by coral, and the atmosphere from the museum will immediately turn into a trend color. Coral looks good in expensive textiles like velvet, velor and jacquard which are usually used in a classic interior. However, accessories of a coral shade can be used as unexpected decor. For example, a baroque frame for a mirror or a carved jardinière will give the style of originality and the appearance of fashionable eclecticism.