A delightful marine-blue background adds richness and depth to this recessed shelving. It complements the red-orange wall in the adjacent living area perfectly.
Glazed marine-blue backsplash tiles give an otherwise neutral kitchen extra dimension. The crisp white and natural wood surfaces keep the focus on that gorgeous stroke of color.
Marine blue accents help to ground the bold reds in this bedroom. Although this home sits on the California coast, the look would be just as appropriate for a Chicago pied-à-terre or a suburban ranch in Raleigh.
This ranks up there with my all-time favorite photos on Houzz. The blue velvet glows in the light bouncing off the white walls and the antiqued mirror, its tones shifting between marine and navy and indigo for a quietly stunning effect.
Although this bath would feel on point in a coastal home, swapping out the artwork would push it in a more traditional direction. The copper sink picks up the warm undertones in the blue cabinet finish and represents a subtle take on the classic pairing of orange and blue.
The time-honored blue and yellow color palette gets a sophisticated spin with a butter-hued sofa and intense marine blue on the walls and ottoman.
Dipped in a marine-blue wash, this cutting board goes from workhorse to work of art. It's almost too pretty to mar with knife marks — I'd hang it on a kitchen wall instead.
A classic lamp base profile gets an update in vivid marine blue.
Mix in a few pieces of this delicate china pattern to elevate a collection of basic porcelain.
This showstopping ice bucket deserves a spot front and center on the bar cart or buffet.
Where wouldn't this versatile dhurrie work? Use it to anchor a living room, jazz up a hallway, loosen up a formal dining space or warm a guest suite.
Part of a limited-edition line of Jonathan Adler colors, this sink would draw the eye like a magnet in a pristine white kitchen.