Five Ways to Integrate Peacock Gold Into Any Space

In recent years, the design industry has embraced the fact that neutrals extend far beyond whites, beiges, grays and greiges. Pattern, we’ve learned, is one of the best neutrals—as long as it’s done right. Case in point, Relativity Textiles’ Peacock Gold. Its organic style makes it a perfect backdrop to playful design, while the metallic colorway brings glamorous spaces to the next level. Wondering how it can work with your design? Here’s five ways to use Peacock Gold in any of your projects.


Photo By Dustin Halleck

Go Girly

Looking to embrace your feminine side? Take a cue from designer Guinevere Johnson who coated the ceiling of this bathroom in cotton candy pink to pack a punch against the wallpaper. Touches of brass up the glam factor, while a pedestal sink adds a European feel to the setting. You’re inner Barbie has never been so happy.


Photo By Dustin Halleck

Work It

All work and no play? Not in this home office. I contrasted the curvy lines of Peacock Gold with a bold, geometric rug to create a statement-making study. Texture abounds with a velvet sofa and shag pillows, while a streamlined desk chair keeps the space grounded. The only downfall? You may never take a work break.


Photo By Dustin Halleck

Cozy Up

Here in Chicago, we’re happy to use any excuse to stay in bed on cold winter days. In this snug bedroom designer SuzAnn Kletzien gave us the perfect reason to stay under the covers. Peacock Gold serves as a subtle backdrop to the moody gray of an upholstered bed while playing to the sparkle of distressed gilded nightstands and gold accents. Get ready to hibernate all year round.


Photo By Carolina Mariana Rodriguez

Revisit the Classics

Is there a more timeless combo than black and white? We think not. It’s the little black dress of interiors. For her own home, designer Claire Staszak elevated the crisp palette of her foyer with a bit of shimmer. If a black-and-white color scheme is a classic cocktail dress, then Peacock Gold is a pair of diamond studs—elegant and refined.


Photo By TK

Play with Pattern

How do you add interest to a subdued space? Mix and match. Meg Piercy used the organic lines of Peacock Gold as a jumping-off point for this light and bright bedroom suite, then layered striped textiles to insert a sense of fun. A rose-velvet headboard and azure vanity add another pop of the unexpected. Pattern play is one of the best ways to up the ante when it comes to interiors, and Peacock Gold’s subdued colorway with a bit of shimmer makes it an extremely versatile option. No matter whether you want an elegant milieu or a lively setting, this wallpaper is a workhorse that fits into any space.