Photo by Laurey W. Glenn; Produced by Lindsey Ellis Beatty and Rachael Burrow; Architectural design by Matthew Savoie of Savoie Architects

Bring home beach style with these darling color duos all inspired by the outdoors.

By Marisa Spyker
Photo: Brie Williams; Styling by Liz Strong
Courtesy of Benjamin Moore 

Benjamin Moore Dark Salmon and Benjamin Moore Southfield Green

Coral and minty green are a natural match in a coastal home. This Bahamas pad clad each side of the front door in a different shade, creating a fun surprise when the doors are left open; however, this dynamite pair works just as well when placed side-by-side.

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Photo by Laurey W. Glenn; Produced by Lindsey Ellis Beatty and Rachael Burrow; Architectural design by Matthew Savoie of Savoie Architects
Courtesy of Pantone

Coral (Pantone 15-1239 TCX) and Blush (Pantone 489 U)

Take your color cues from the sky at dusk and pair soft corals with subdued pinks. The killer combo feels sophisticated and calming in an outdoor living room and is a perfect complement to the shades of blue beyond.

Photo: David Tsay; Styling: Liz Strong
Courtesy of Pantone

Coral (Pantone 2024 U) and Pacific Blue (Pantone 19-4037 TCX)

This popular combo is virtually fail-proof, seeing as it takes its inspiration from the sunsets and the seas.  Follow this beachy example, and incorporate pops of both colors into your pillows, rug, and artwork.