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Blue on blue for fam rm
Navy blue is not as serious as black so people feel more comfortable using it to make a statement. Try a monochromatic color scheme in a living room or dining room. A monochromatic color scheme uses a single color on almost every room surface. Use it against white for the window and door trim as
deep gray-blue tones in this room, the velvety settee and the acrylic side tables that screams sumptuous. The darker wood tones add to the simplicity and beauty of this room, while bringing in a needed natural element.
would like these colors, classic blue and white with splashes of yellow to match the house.
decadent navy blue drapes provides shade and privacy poolside — but Dyer rarely draws the curtains, because the 15-foot-tall ficus hedges surrounding the property provide plenty of seclusion. For Dyer, the coolest part of the pool area is its technology: The lighting systems and pool controls are centralized
Navy blue door would look pretty with grey siding
palette of blues and whites and the impressive scale of the space, much taller than it appears from outside, are apparent. The vermillion exterior gives way to a softer space with lots of exposed wood.
6. Blue Door With a Blue and Gray InteriorThis front door has some navy blue — a neutral that can work
with the blues and grays in the interior of the home.
A navy blue Moroccan trellis area rug adds geometric pop and color to an otherwise neutral-toned living room. Lee, a self-confessed private-sale addict, bought the rug at a discounted price. "Shipping and handling included, the whole purchase was just $260. It's a great price for an 8-by-10 rug," she