Color of the Month | Benjamin Moore Monticello Peach
Finally – Spring is finally here!! As the warmer weather is starting to take hold (and of course Easter Sunday coming up), it seemed only fitting to feature Benjamin Moore Monticello Peach (018) as our Color of the Month! This beautifully bright peach color is perfect for April and moving into summer because of the amazing positive ambiance it brings when the sun hits the walls. This Benjamin Moore Monticello Peach paint color is fantastic for bringing life back to spaces and making a bold statement! Pair this with neutral colors to create an accent wall, use in home accessories, or use with other equally bold colors to completely diversify a space.
Pairs Well With…
Sherwin Williams Cotton White (SW7104) and Sherwin Williams Salty Dog (SW9177).
We love how this bold Monticello Peach color pairs with a light neutral color! As Monticello Peach is a real statement color, it works really well as a feature wall in the main living areas of a home. You could also use this color combination in a laundry room or bathroom to add some interest and pop of color. Pair the color with Sherwin Williams White Cotton for the remaining wall surfaces to create a calm atmosphere and welcomed balance. This would also work well within kid’s bedrooms and playrooms!
If you’re seeking a really bold interior that is warm and more vibrant, then use Sherwin Williams Salty Dog (SW9177). The combination of the Monticello Peach paint color and this deep navy blue shade brings energy and vibrancy to any space. This works well for bedrooms and living areas!
How to use this color in your home…
Benjamin Moore’s Monticello Peach is the perfect light coral paint color for either accent walls or bold allover wall paint. Be bold in kid’s bedrooms and playrooms by creating a vibrant, fun, and energizing sanctuary for them.
Alternatively, it’s really easy to incorporate Benjamin Moore Monticello Peach into your neutral interior spaces through accessories, curtains, and area rugs. As the color is bold and unexpected, it is fantastic to use as the main focal color to otherwise neutral spaces. Combine with a navy blue like Sherwin Williams Salty Dog and you have a match made in heaven!
Benjamin Moore Monticello Peach is of course the color of energy, warmth, and optimism. It is largely associated with femininity however the orange tones provide more energy, and therefore can be used with masculine colors too.
Make this vibrant color last in your home by using it as a feature wall surrounded by neutrals. Add this color back in through accessories to create a cohesive and “well-put-together” interior.
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