Coral, Navy, and Mustard {Design Collaboration}

Hi there! I hope you all had a fabulous weekend! To kick start our week I’m linking up with some other fabulous ladies to share with you what happens when we are all given the same picture and told to design a room based on the color pallet. The picture inspiration was this yum-0 dessert and from it the coral, navy, and mustard color pallet was pulled.


When I saw these colors I immediately thought of a grown up girly bedroom and came up with this fun moodboard.

I had so much fun coming up with this design that I think would be perfect for a young girl from her early teens all the way into adulthood. I would keep the walls neutral with a greige color and then I would have a few heavy hits of color with the coral dresser and mustard print on the rug. The wall decal would go above the head board and not just bring the color pallet together, but add that much needed girly whimsical touch. I just love the navy and white graphic pattern for the duvet cover and it creates the perfect backdrop for some fun and ruffly pillows. The navy is found in small doses throughout the room in places like the lamp shade and the wall art. Mixing both bold graphics, with girly prints will keep the room balanced and make it feel a bit more grown up. But who can resist a good silhouette? Especially in this great coral color. Overall, this room stays light and fresh with just the right amount of each color. Wanna know where you can find some of this stuff? The links below will take you directly to where you can buy it!

color collaboration
SOURCES… Bed: Craigslist, Dresser: Ivy and Vine, Rug:, Duvet Cover: PB Teen, Coral Ruffle Pillow: Etsy, Yellow Love Pillow: Etsy, Coral Lamp: Kirklands, Bird Lamp Shade: Etsy  Rug:, Wall Decal: Etsy , Navy Love Wall Art: Etsy, Flower Painting Wall Art: Etsy, Bird Alarm Clock: Amazon, Pouf: Etsy
On to the rest of the gang and what they cam up with! Be sure to visit each of their blogs to see sources and show them some love!
 love this color palette…soft but yet dynamic too. It made me think of an office space…ready for lots of creativity. I think my favorite is the lights….so fun they look like bubbles hanging in the air.
office space-cleverlyinspired
Coral, mustard, blue and GREEN? Sometimes it’s okay to think outside of the box! Hop on over to to see how this guest bedroom came together!
navy and coral with green-highcottonstyle
I’m calling this my “rustic glam” dining room. I got a bit overwhelmed with the possibilities because I love this color combo so much, but in the end I kept it pretty simple but cozy. I stuck with white walls (looking out for renters!) but I think a warm greige would be really pretty too. Visit me at for more details and sources.
navy and coral dining room- livingprettyblog
I love these colors together. I had fun coming up with a more girly living room than I would normally use in my own home, but now I’m kind of obsessed with that rug. Stop by to see all my sources!
living room-thissarahloves
I immediately fell in love with this month’s color inspiration. The first word that popped into my head was Nautical. I wanted to use it in a dining room application so I had to give it some sophistication. Navy is one of my favorite hues and I love the contrast of the coral and gold against it. Stop by Designer in Teal to get this look for yourself.
dining room- designerinteal
I had so much fun with this month’s collaboration because it went perfectly with the idea I had in my head for a space in my house. I’ve been thinking about the hall bathroom and how to make the most of the very small space. It’s going to be the shared bathroom between the two kids so I wanted to reflect both genders as well as have a more grown up feel. When Lizzie picked this inspiration pallette I knew it was meant to be. Visit me to see the sources!
What do you think? What room would you be most likely to use these colors in?

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About Corey

Corey is the creative behind Hey There, Home where she shares easy-to-follow and beautiful home decor and entertaining ideas. Her mission? To make home decor accessible to everyone, even if you don't consider yourself crafty, and to empower people to decorate their homes in a way that they can actually be lived in, not just looked at.

5 thoughts on “Coral, Navy, and Mustard {Design Collaboration}

  1. Whitney says:

    Hey! Love this for my little girl’s nursery. What is the wall color name? I tried to follow the sources, but couldn’t figure out the name. Thanks!

  2. Love this for a little girls room…so many great transition pieces!

  3. Love this collaboration idea, and love your picks! I would love to spend some time in that room. I don’t see where you found that cool bird lampshade though. Please, share! 🙂

  4. i have some of those same ideas for my daughter’s room. something so cute and girly about pink and yellow! loove that rug!

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