This blue and white living room reignited my love of the classic color scheme.
Attention, this is not your Grandmother's Windsor Bench! Ercol and Anthropologie have collaborated to make this piece perfectly suited for this century. With it classic lines and blue ombre finish it would fit right in with today's dining rooms...or front hall....or sunroom honestly the options are endless!
At first glance you might not think much of this Everett Kantha chair from West Elm, but once you take a closer look you will be stunned. The fabric is actually handmade quilts from India. Each chair takes three quilts to make and is dyed in a deep indigo blue to unify each of the different sari patterns. Truly beautiful!
The Woody leather chair from MGBW took me straight to a log cabin. Its warm finish and fun blue leather would be perfectly paired with a good book and a fireplace.
Since last season I have been dying to use the Suffolk settee in a project. The scale is small but deep enough to be very comfy! Even though I tend to lean towards the darker more mysterious blues, this color "Serene" basically says it all.
If you like this blue trend but don't necessarily want to commit to a large piece, pillows are the perfect accent. I am drawn to the texture of the rope pillow; it can add great depth to a bedding ensemble or sofa.
Oh how I adore Madeline Weinrib and just about everything she creates! But I must admit this Blue Daphne Pillow is a favorite. The blue, black and white combo could even work in a masculine space.
The hard and soft lines of the Calais cabinet could blend in with any room scheme. When you give it a shot of blue, well, you have just created the WOW factor each room needs! Use as a media stand, a console in a dining room or even an extra bedroom piece. A huge benefit is that it is so versatile it can move from room to room as the years pass by.
If you are looking to add a BIG dose of blue to your space, check out Jonathan Adler's Claude dresser. It would be the center of attention in any room, and in this instance that is a very good thing!
Again, the perfect dash of blue could be found in these sweet quilted ottoman.
In my opinion, you cannot go wrong with a blue and white trellis rug. It is absolutely classic and a piece you can continue to use well after a trend has passed.
If you are not an overall blue–loving person but would like to add a dash to your room, consider an area rug that just has a bit of blue as an accent. With this option you can work off of the other colors in the piece.