This is my absolute favorite furniture piece at the moment. Modeled on a classic English roll-arm chair, it gets a modern treatment with the bright blue fabric. The blue legs give it an extra twist.
This is a very special piece. If you're prepared to splurge on a coffee table for a special room, this may be the answer. The parquetry is noteworthy in itself, but the bright blue stripe elevates this table to a whole new level. This is definitely a treasure to save for.
If you want to mix your blue with other vibrant colors, these vases are an excellent choice. Fabulous colors and shapes make for an interesting display.
If cobalt is a little bright, tone it down with this lighter-than-navy chair with bright blue piping. It's a modern take on a classic style, so it could work in any interior.
Cobalt blue also works well as an accent in a neutral space. This simple blue floor lamp would be a great pop of color in a range of schemes.
If your taste is more classic, royal blue can bring a much-needed shot of color without throwing a traditional room off balance. Imagine this chair in a room of pastel-colored elegant settees.
In the bedroom a jolt of blue energy might be the ticket to balance out all-white bedding. These nightstands do the job.
This gorgeous summery blue shade works well on the industrial Marais chair. It's ideal for a breezy kitchen scheme.
This is more of a peacock blue than a cobalt, but I love the vibrant shade paired with a quirky modern shape. This would be a great — and comfortable — dining chair in a modern scheme.
Another option would be this Trina Turk embroidered pillow. It evokes Mediterranean textiles and would be amazing against a white chair in a light-filled space.
I am a huge fan of blueprints; they have the graphic quality of black and white sketches, but with the added jolt of color. I'd love to use a series of these in a study.