Guest Picks: Brilliant Blue
Blue: the colour I really like to adore! It is like a fantastic pair of jeansthe color can change but you never get sick of the timeless look and texture. Together with all the fall lines debuting I have seen a lot of blue, and I am in paradise. Here is a roundup of a few of my new and old favorites. It’s your choice — add a dash or a larger dose into your room. Julieann from CreateGirl and Jace Interiors
Eclectic Napkin Rings – $40
Oh my goodness, I am absolutely in love with those napkin rings. I know this very small dash of electrical blue could wow all of my guests!
Austin Patterson Disston Architects
This white and blue living area reignited my love of the classic colour scheme.
Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams
The Liam Sofa with its straight lines, luxurious blue velvet and nailhead trim will add glamour to my living space area!
Louisa Settee – $2,498
This settee with it is Vera inspired cloth would look darling in a office or bedroom sitting room. The varying colors of blue cotton and linen cloth remind me of a day at the beach.
Windsor Love Seat – $1,498
Care, this is not your Grandmother’s Windsor Bench! Ercol and Anthropologie have collaborated to produce this piece perfectly suited for this century. With it classic lines and blue ombre finish it’d fit right in with today’s dining rooms. . .or front hall….or sunroom honestly the choices are endless!
Everett Kantha Chair – $899
At first glance you may not think a lot of the Everett Kantha seat from West Elm, but as soon as you have a closer look you will be stunned. The cloth is really handmade quilts from India. Each seat requires three coasters to create and is dyed in a deep indigo blue to combine each one of the various sari patterns. Really beautiful!
The Woody leather seat from MGBW took me straight into a log cottage. Its warm end and entertaining blue leather could be perfectly paired with a fantastic book and a fireplace.
Suffolk Settee – $1,199
Ever since last season I have been dying to use the Suffolk settee in a job. The scale is small but strong enough to be very comfy! Though I have a tendency to lean towards the darker more mysterious blues, this color”Serene” essentially says everything.
Harbour Rope Pillow Covers – $19.99
If you like this gloomy trend but don’t necessarily wish to commit to a massive part, pillows are the perfect accent. I am attracted to the texture of the rope pillow; it can add great depth to a bedding ensemble or sofa.
Blue Daphe Pillow
Oh how I love Madeline Weinrib and virtually everything she produces! But I must admit this Blue Daphne Pillow is a favored. The blue, black and white combo could also work in a masculine space.
Bobby Berk Home
Zigzag Pillow Seafoam – $50
If you are still mesmerized by the chevron trend, then chose a color of blue to add motion and colour to your area.
Calais Cabinet – $899
The hard and soft lines of the Calais cabinet can blend in with any room scheme. When you give it a shot of blue, well, you’ve just created the WOW factor each room needs! Utilize as a media stand, a console in a dining area or even an extra bedroom piece. A massive advantage is the fact that it’s so flexible it can move from room to room as the years pass by.
White Claude Special Edition 8 Drawer Place – $3,595
If you are seeking to bring a BIG dose of blue into your area, check out Jonathan Adler’s Claude dresser. It would be the center of attention in any area, and in this instance that is an excellent thing!
Facet Dining Chair – $1,195
The shape of the dining chair is indeed intriguing and”streamlined chic.” Upholstered in Ireland Marine, I could just use them about a sharp white tulip dining table to make a great contrast.
Old Hickory Tannery Cube Ottoman – $599
Again, the perfect dash of blue can be found in these sweet quilted ottoman.
Mally Skok Design
Rohet Blue Fabric
Mally Skok’s Rohet Blue cloth is just heavenly and carries me straight to the beach. Imagine this cloth as a gorgeous duvet cover or easy panels framing the water view. It would be absolutely the most perfect dose of blue for a cottage.
Colors of Light
Ironwork Trellis Dhurrie Rug, Cobalt Blue and Ivory – $59
In my view, you cannot go wrong with a white and blue trellis rug. It is completely classic and a bit you are able to continue to use well after a trend has passed.
Abigail Rug – $59
If you are not a general blue–loving person but would like to add a dash to your area, think about an area rug that just has a little blue as an accent. With this choice you can work from the other colors in the piece.
Anita Table Lamp – $588
Table lamps are my favorite way to add colour to an area in an unexpected manner. The Anita lamp from Alexa Hampton with its soft blue curves and crisp color is the best accent.
Dunes and Duchess
Four Arm Commodore Candelabra
On the lookout for a romantic dash of blue? Try out this past gorgeous candelabra in the fabulous duo of Dunes and Duchess. Not only will the candles set the mood, so will the candle holder!
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