Guest Picks: Pretty as a Peacock

With fall weather, I’ve been appreciating jewel-toned colours popping out all over the place. I thought it’d be joyous and fun to bring daring peacock blue indoors, causing me to have a little love affair with peacock-themed home decor in the process. Come check out the unlimited ways to create your home as pretty as a peacock! — Sasha from Lemonade Makin’ Mama

Design Public

DwellStudio Peacock Pillow, Azure – $80

Classic but still refreshing, this would update my neutral sofa well.

Contemporary Wreaths And Garlands – $30

I love the colours in peacock feathers. If you do too, consider hanging this peacock feather in almost any room for a luxe touch.


Peacock Blue Cloth Dinner Napkins by Mona June

I anticipate placing a fairly table, and I would love to sponsor a small gathering and utilize these bright-peacock-blue patterned fabric napkins. They’d add an enjoyable pop of color to my ordinary, white dinner plates.


Peacock Archival Print of Original Watercolor by Eva Forest

This inexpensive print offers the perfect pop of peacock colors and will be fairly framed and matted above a desk.


Teal Peacock Feather Print by EE Harrison Art Studio – $9.99

I adore the simple feather silhouette print, and the background colours may be customized upon request.


Paperproducts Design Paradise Peacock Dessert Plate – $29.99

The close-up image of a thorough peacock feather has been preserved on these very small dessert plates. Imagine how amazing your desk would look with these scattered around.


Resuable Wall Stencils, Peacock Feather Set by Royal Design Stencils – $69

Enjoy the dramatic announcement this peacock stencil set makes.

Design Public

Thomas Paul Scandia Peacock Canvas Pillow – $74

I fell pretty hard with this contemporary spin on a peacock. I adore the simple image and minimal colours.

Pottery Barn

Peacock Mirror – $1,399

I could easily find this in my hallway, but it would be fantastic over a mantel with candlelight flickering against it as well.


Edible mini peacock feathers — it might not get cuter than that.

West Elm

Alphabet Trays – $8

I’ve loved monograms for, and these tiny, peacock-hued plates using their vintage typesetter font letters will be ideal for desktop bedside jewelry. They’d even make a beautiful gathering on the wall spelling something out.

Garnet Hill

Groovy Hourglass Quilt – $168

I could easily cozy up using these peacock-inspired quilt stains and slim down in a fantastic book on the upcoming chilly fall day.

Pier 1 Imports

Peacock Salt & Pepper Shakers – $12.95

I thought these salt and pepper shakers were darling. They’d be very sweet on a kitchen window sill.


Trina Turk Bath, Blue Peacock Shower Curtain – $59.99

This would be an enjoyable addition to my kids’s shared bathroom. The pieces of bright, happy color make for a very casual and fun appearance.

Contemporary Candles – $15

Add a little glam to the mix by lighting this bejeweled peacock candle.


Brass Peacock Sculpture – $225

I’m fairly sure my kids might attempt to ride this particular sculpture, but it’s very tasteful and would look great beside a bookcase spilling over with good notes.


Edie Rose by Rachel Bilson Dinnerware, Peacock Salad Plate – $15

Soft, watery colors make these plates simple for ordinary use. They’d make a fun announcement hung on a dining room wall and grouped together with additional patterned plates.

Contemporary Curtains – $34.95

Shimmery drapes studded with a golden peacock feather print are sure to create any space look lavish and grown-up.

Jonathan Adler

Peacock Platter, Menagerie – $295

I really like the simplicity of this platter. Mod and wash, it would look whimsical on a tabletop.

Ballard Designs

Sanctuary Giclee Prints – $399

This artwork is loved by me. The warm tones are absolutely wonderful for the fall and would complement a workplace area or dining room in a beautiful way.

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