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Blue and white is such a classic color combination. Porcelain might be its quintessential usage, but we love using this classic combination in unexpected ways as well. Bringing in dashes of the color on the ceiling too is unexpected and ensures that you get the most mileage out of all available design space.
We think of turquoise as an accent color in a room of whites and creams, so we were surprised by what a statement it can make surrounded by earth tones too. A hint of turquoise through the doorway of the adjoining room could help add a cohesive look if you're looking to blend the tone.
A drum shade is such a great look over a dining room table, especially in an eating area that needs to feel fun and free, not stuffy. We love how the designers here chose to go neutral with the staples and add pizzazz with the accessories. The splashes of blue in the fixture, vases and nook are just enough to add interest while keeping the feeling calm and soothing.
If you want to avoid a chandelier that sparkles but aren't ready to commit to a bold, bright color, black is the perfect choice. An iron fixture like this has just enough punch that it doesn't get lost in a room with so many dark elements. And it's large enough that it doesn't get overtaken by the other elements.
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