761 Turquoise Bathmats Dining Design Photos

Karen White Interior Design
4 Reviews
Nantucket meets Mountain
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Turquoise sideboard - such a lovely colour
Just love, love, love the turquoise.....
Distressed turquoise dresser for Catherine
chairs, turquoise chest, neutral shades
The turquoise distressed look
Turquoise chest...turquoise cabinet...turquoise table...antiqued turquoise...turquoise dresser
“lamps, sideboard, chairs” — ladymojo
Meg Adams Interior Design
1 Review
Decorator Show House
Ideabooks12,459
Questions11
Décor-- Lighting, and Rough Vs. Smooth-- Marjorie Skouras Turquoise Chandelier I've long been in love with this chandelier for use in a kitchen, either above an island or a dining table. For a warmer, more elegant look than some of the traditional kitchen
amazing turquoise is one of our favorite accent colors, and the beads and shape of this chandelier create a stunning focal point.
There are not enough adjectives in the English language to express how much I love this turquoise chandelier in this neutral room. Spectaculo! Stupendo! Extraordinaire!
room in turquoise. I love that there is no other blue in the room aside from a small vase, which makes the chandelier stand out even more.
“Light” — jdrose2
Jessica Helgerson Interior Design
Brooklyn Brownstone
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shades of turquoise. The chairs surrounding the table are vintage Paul McCobb, lacquered in turquoise as well. The bookshelf wall is painted in a bold geometric pattern of four shades of red. Photo Credit: Andrew Cammarano
Turquoise chairs against the red interior spaces on the bookshelves make this a really stunning space!
closer to turquoise, which reads as a cheerier color (the color of summer skies) than inky blue (the hue of a frothy sea).
“cool theme behind bookshelf” — Faith Laux
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Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
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color of turquoise on the wall
Turquoise ,brown ,yellow new fav colors !
A turquoise glass bar over a lime counter changes the shades depending on the light and your vantage point.
furniture w/turquoise walls and white
A turquoise glass bar over a lime counter changes the shades depending on the light and your vantage point.
Turquoise and lime...turquoise walls...Turquoise. Mirror...turquoise glass bar...turquoise walls
“Colors” — Heidi Thiess
GH3 Enterprises LLC
19 Reviews
Captiva Beach Cottage
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Questions6
the two turquoise vases with the red detail. Do you know where they might be purchased?
Turquoise wood floor white
the floors in my room with the turquoise is similar to this picture
turquoise accent wall
turquoise bead board
turquoise beadboard. WOW
turquoise dining room
turquoise bead board
Turquoise wall...turquoise walls...turquoise vase
“Color of wall” — overstreet94
The Blue Moon Trading Company
3 Reviews
Anna Maria Beach House
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Questions2
for a turquoise table and this one came up. I also loved this look and was inspired to try it... We sanded the original finish off our old table, and bought the la maison Saman stain from Benjamin Moore. We mixed 102 Turquoise with 116 Whitewash and got a similar effect. We had to rub off most of the
“Awesome color scheme” — annieritterr
Vanguard Studio Inc.
2 Reviews
4500 Spanish Oaks
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Questions1
like the turquoise....those are my cabinets.
turquoise brick! Good idea for kitchen cabinet w/bar stools (side facing living room).
Mustard and turquoise with brown wood cabinets
turquoise accents with brown/beige
love the use of turquoise
Turquoise tile...pop of turquoise
“colour scheme” — heatherelizabeth26
LDa Architecture & Interiors
5 Reviews
Eclectic Modern Tudor Dining Room
Ideabooks11,399
Questions18
Olive and turquoise: Olive plays a supporting role
This turquoise tint is more rare and you can see why: the made-to-look-vintage chandelier really adds pop to the space, making the otherwise traditional environ much more eclectic and unique.
We think of turquoise as an accent color in a room of whites and creams, so we were surprised by what
hint of turquoise through the doorway of the adjoining room could help add a cohesive look if you're looking to blend the tone.
This turquoise chandelier sets the tone for a sophisticated dining room that mixes Arts and Crafts, contemporary and eclectic pieces with aplomb. Note the matching wall sconces
hue like turquoise. The two work in tandem to enhance the warm wood dining room furniture.
“wall moulding” — knazeral
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