Paired with pink and white, as in this twin teen girl room, aqua can make a room feel young and playful. Mix it with grays or darker greens, and you'll have a much more grown-up palette.
Stuck with a gray, rainy day? Never fear. With green at your windows, you can create a vision of lush, sunny groves whatever the weather. Choose a light-filtering (not light-blocking) fabric and coordinate with nature-inspired upholstery, like a chair, to make the indoors feel outdoor fresh.
If you find it easy being green, don't stop at the walls—let the ceiling flaunt the hue, too. Sporting the same vibrant color, this paper pendant light recedes against the paint, giving the room a less cluttered feel. The bedding and upholstered headboard offer a playful pattern to air out the scene.
Afraid of taking the full-wall color plunge? Opt for a brightly hued piece of furniture, instead! This Asian-styled jade dresser would make a perfect foray into adding brightness into a master or guest bedroom.
Chartreuse takes a classic damask pattern from dowdy to mod when paired with charcoal pinstripes. Stately lamps and soft throw pillows in the same green hue carry the color throughout the room.
Unexpected and ultra-fresh, pear bedding can amp up a room that leans toward traditional or country design. We love how this homeowner dressed the bed seasonally using the same slick hue.
Mint and chocolate make a modern palette for a baby boy or girl's bedroom—though the combo can stay timeless throughout middle or even high school.
February 23, 2012 11:05 PM
LOVE this Sweet Aqua!!!!!!
February 23, 2012 11:04 PM
I love what I can see in the Lime of Sigh!!
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