21 more reasons to decorate with blue
House of blues? You bet.
Published Mar 8, 2015 2:00 PM
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Color can be challenging. But next to neutrals, there’s pretty much no easier hue to work with than blue. Magical. Mood boosting. Made for every room.
minimal bucket bag
Put away the black bag. Just for this season. Navy is your seasonal best bet.
Something a tad more casual for Saturday brunches around the neighborhood.
conrad navy lacquer table
A powerful match-up: navy lacquer and gold. Unexpected and oh-so-good.
Sturdy in design. Soft and sinkable in comfort.
A touch of wool on top.
A touch of gingham for your little pup.
navy blue ceramic lamp
Or stick with one lamp to illuminate the
double gourd lamp
Here’s a bright idea: Balance off the space with a pair of matching lamps.
A graphic and modern twist on the polka
We get it: you really like your set of white sheeets. Add a little bit of edge with these indigo embroidered design.
Spring doodles in this floral journal.
blue 2-quart saucepan
Mixing up materials on the stovetop.
hand-knotted vintage overdyed kilim
Bare wood floors begging for something vibrant? Layer on an overdyed stunner.
strut medium table
Console. Desk. Dining table. Make this sturdy, navy piece step into any role.
two-drawer navy lacquer pagoda side table
Typical side table? Not so. Mirror surface makes it unique and almost too cool to cover.
You made the bed. Now make it even better with this set of navy gingham sheets.
A grounding piece in a classic hue.
Maximize the impact of this striped ceramic vessel by packing it with hot pink peonies.
Picnic blanket. Bath towel. Lightweight and versatile pieces.