Sandwiched somewhere between pink and orange, peach is a quietly confident colour that oozes sweet femininity and soothing vibes. This makes it a popular choice for girls’ rooms and newborn nurseries.

Like the delicious dessert in the title of this post, these eleven rooms take peach as the main ingredient and fuse it with other delectable hues to create scrumptious spaces of comfort and warmth.


A scroll through Sam’s squares displays a definite penchant for pastels, so the colour scheme in her daughter’s room fits right in. She refers to it as 50 shades of pink in one post!

The papered wall is the discontinued Laura Ashley Abbeville print complemented beautifully by the scalloped border in Hellebore by @LittleGreenepaintcompany. The dusty peach finds an amiable companion in the golden ochre used in textiles and soft furnishings elsewhere in the room. We love the home-styled branch with tassels in a pale coral and rust the sunshine-yellow flower cushion by @georgeasda


Sula’s room is like a peach and plum crumble with a delicate drizzle of custard. There’s a generous helping of print and pattern, but the way it has been cleverly confined within the canopy and at the foot of the bed gives it a real sense of balance. The seashells fitted sheet by @swedishlinens in cinnamon brown brings another light dusting of peach to match the floaty, blush canopy. We love the gentle assault of polka dots on the rug, toadstool, cushion and strawberry storage basket. This room is almost edible!


There’s a lovely vintage quality to this corner of bliss. The sloped ceiling has been put to maximum use and highlighted in brilliant white against the golden-khaki walls. Peach is used as a punchy accent here. It’s subtle but striking, nonetheless. A traditional sideboard is given a new lease of life with a lick of pastel coral paint, while a dusky pink suitcase is beckoned to its travels by a warming shaft of sunlight peeking through the window. A couple of cosy apricot cushions complete this vision of Victoriana.


Fruit and flora are the vibes in Bridget’s colourful corner of this lovely room. She must be tickled pink. It’s a muted blush on the walls teamed with a milky white for a colour blocked backdrop perfect for the framed prints and wall hangings. The skinny berry wardrobe by @mustardmade is ideal for this bijou room, and the addition of the handmade cherries by @umbrella_amarela is just divine. IKEA’s Minnen bedframe in a limited edition yellow has the final say in this cheerful space.


Dreamy, delicate and divine. These are just three simple words to explain the feelings we get from this incredibly calming aesthetic. The muted pastel palette cannot fail to soothe. Despite a pedestrian vibe, there’s a sense of movement delivered by the Paradise Road wallpaper by @minnieandmeinteriors. There’s more adventure in Little Peach and Pip’s Pray For Surf Pillow and a framed Road Trip print. This is a lemony, mint, peach slice of heaven.


Sassy’s mermaid themed room on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast is a little girl’s dream come true. The lama wall colour by @duluxnz is a beautiful match for the rattan furniture and accessories. There’s a grounding neutrality politely interrupted by stylish cornflower blue, lavender, candy pink, and blush injections. Seashells have been woven into the room design at every opportunity. From the rattan clamshells by @birdeeand bee and the clay hanging clams by @_macandme_ to the Adairs bedhead, there’s a hint of ocean-dwelling in every nook and cranny. And don’t get us started on the mermaid tail detail! The rattan tail by is inspired.


Peaches and cream are captured perfectly in this room set. Hats off to Maddison for creating this bright and breezy bedroom of dreams. The Nora rug by @missamara is a total showstopper with pops of coral and mustard, and the Coco rattan bed by @my_darling_valentine is another signature piece. We love the tonal treatment here and the simplicity of the bed linen. It all leads to a romantic, toasted marshmallow spectacle. The mirroring of the Flower Child banner by @imanicollective with Stitch and Straw’s Tora rattan wall art is clever indeed.


Sienna’s tween dream of a room is summed up by the adorable Hey Peaches cushion by @thebahancollective, joined by a splash of lavender and peach fuzz in the neighbouring pillows. A retro flower power print throw introduces a bouquet of punchier pinks, peaches and mustards, breathing life into the more sedate gingham check. Draped ivy around the four-poster bed frame brings a sense of nature and growth to this grown-up space.


Peachy, pastel-pink perfection. Pretty just doesn’t cut it. We can see why Fran chooses to sit in her daughter’s room to take stock and contemplate life. This is a feature wall of rattan bliss with a sprinkling of hopeful stars for good measure. The only break from the pink palette is the yellow check under sheet and pillow cover by Adairs. It’s subtle and unassuming, and that’s just right for this charming space.


Pretty in pink and peach and pale pineapple. This really is a bedroom fit for a princess with a wealth of spring and summer vibes. A twist of lemon works so well with a palette of peaches and pinks, as evidenced by the bed canopy by @molly_meg_

Little Dutch brings a bloom of joy to the floor with its giant flower rug, while Astrid Wilson’s framed Flower Market print pastes a cheerful posy on the wall. A string of starry lights and a frou-frou tutu fill this room with girly charm.


More blooms abound in this cosy corner, courtesy of a beautiful floral print and scalloped bunting. It’s a novel way to bring the technique that we usually associate with paint to the walls. An appliqued cushion confirms what we already know – this room is filled with happiness. A pink-tinged pleasure, in fact!

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