A modern style lamp in coral feels fresh and vibrant atop a traditional rattan side table. The table provides ample space for mementos, lighting and the sleek controller that customizes firmness of the bed’s mattress.
Mash up summer and spring with a combination of navy, teal and coral. Here, the solid teal-toned occasional seating is given a style boost with a Southwestern-style blanket in different shades of coral and salmon while a cool, white and navy-blue rug offers a soft underfoot surface.
Tall garden phlox (Phlox paniculata) is an old-fashioned perennial that fills midsummer with perfumed color. Flowers open in shades of pink, red, purple, white and various bicolor combinations. The blooms release a sweet fragrance that wafts through the garden on sultry summer days. This beauty is sold as Flame Series Coral garden phlox. The Flame Series is a group of naturally dwarf, compact garden phlox that grows 15 to 18 inches tall—a perfect height for containers, front of the border or courtyard gardens. Plants boast strong disease resistance and a naturally bushy form. Hardy in Zones 3-8.
Bright and colorful, this Pacific Heights Nursery features a coral, lavender and white color palette. A plush lavender chair with coral trim complements the white and coral ottoman, while the crib bedding coordinates with the graphic curtains. The room is completed with patterned coral wallpaper.
This lavish dining room features carved wood dining chairs and luxurious striped curtains and valances. A gold-framed art piece complements the classic brass chandelier above the dining table for a grand appearance.
This showstopper vine opens blooms that lure in hummingbirds. Some varieties unfurl red flowers, and those are the ones you want. Look for the name coral or trumpet honeysuckle (Lonicera sempervirens). Some great varieties include ‘Dropmore Scarlet,’ ‘Major Wheeler’ and ‘Alabama Crimson.’ Do your homework before planting honeysuckle. Make sure the variety you choose isn’t invasive in your area (these varieties shouldn’t be). Perennial vine, hardy in Zones 4-9.
A driftwood-base coffee table holds court in this charming living room. The glass-topped table has seating on either side in the form of a pair of coral-colored X-benches and a neutral Chesterfield sofa. A gallery wall featuring artwork and photos serves as a chic design touch.
A tropical color palette animates this bedroom: coral, lime green and canary yellow. The vibrant palette is offset by heavy furniture and a few simple bedside accessories that help to tone down the look.