A muted teal wall with a gold-framed mirror. Classic and beautiful.
A teal accent wall brings richness into the room without being too loud or bright. It also has good midcentury modern chops.
Just a few teal accents add spark to this muted, neutral room. This hue just goes so well with the gold and flax colors in the rug and the drapes.
Surprise! A teal ceiling. It brings out those nice exposed beams and adds a burst of color to this brown and white kitchen.
It works with supermodern design and looks great with reds.
A teal sofa with brownish red accents is lovely and surprisingly calm.
More teal with red and gold.
A yellowish teal looks great with citrus hues. Orange, yellow and lime green all make perfect sense.
Teal with navy. It's so bold and so elegant.
Jennifer Jones of Niche Interiors in San Francisco says, "We used teal in this project because it really pops against the white moldings and light floors. It's a bold, happy color that pairs well with neutrals such as gray, taupe and tan." I second that.
More crisp white, earthy browns and dark teal. Absolutely gorgeous.
This lighter, yellower teal is very close to turquoise but isn't quite there. It has a different effect than its darker, bluer siblings, and it gives a room a very modern pop.
Teal does well with other blues and grays as well, especially the muted, grayer version of it.
A light version with lots of white and green and light gray.