‘Bronze Peacock’ Rodgersia pinnata unfurls striking leaves in a part shade location with wet soil. Rodgersia is celebrated for its large, sculptural leaves. Count on these plants to make a strong architectural statement in any garden. Pink flowers appear on spikes in summer. Plants grow 20 to 24 inches tall by 24 to 28 inches wide. Hardy in Zones 5-8.
This eclectic bedroom calls upon unique elements, like peacock wallpaper, a purple armchair and trunk for a bedside table to create an atmosphere of playful, modern sophistication. Utilizing different finishes on the different furniture pieces and gives the effect of depth and layers.
A peacock blue wall floats in the middle of this bedroom, creating both a functional headboard and a focal point for the space. A built-in shelf serves in place of bedside tables, while wall-mounted lamps provide reading light. A barn door on a sliding track adds a rustic touch, perfect for the casual beach setting.
Eggplant purple wallpaper covered with silver peacock feathers fills this powder room with glamorous pomp and circumstance. A small space like this one can be the perfect place to try out a bold color or pattern on the walls.