Mad for Galapagos TurquoiseEclectic Living Room
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The N.4 Blue Coral Pillow takes center stage while beautifully coordinating with the wall color.Hire a painter to color match your walls to your favorite pillow
Mixing it up doesn't mean throwing disparate furnishings together randomly. There should be some creative planning and purposeful placement. Use matching lamps, a pair of matching chairs or end tables and a few other symmetrical touches to keep things under control.
Use alone as an accent. Some corbels are so beautifully detailed that they can be used as wall art. You can add a candle or small decor accent on the flat top. Cluster multiple corbels of different styles, shapes and sizes for an interesting, textured statement.
More teal (and red and yellow). Like navy, teal plays nicely with other colors: blues, coral, yellows, browns — the list doesn't stop. When I saw this look from Proenza Schouler's line, I immediately thought of the living room pictured. There are so many colors and patterns at work and yet there is nothing busy about the finished product. A well-selected variety of toss pillows make this a fairly easy look to achieve. When layering textures, patterns and colors, if you stay mindful of scale and hues, you can get away with mixing such elements as cowhides with coral branches and modern art!