Mad for Galapagos TurquoiseEclectic Living Room

Living room - eclectic formal living room idea in Other with blue walls —  Houzz
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annalaye wrote:Dec 19, 2011
  • gessiewtf
    Please help me find these starfish pillows!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! the animal print ones, too! The center one I have found!
  • gessiewtf
    I found the starfish pilows here: http://shop.scwinteriors.com/collections/pillows/products/starfish-square-pillow. I love, love, love, them but the are soo expensive. If I buy the center one and those two starfish ones I could practically buy a sofa! I wish I could find the fabric and make them myself!!!
Shanna Lohr wrote:May 20, 2011
  • Annie Thornton
    If you click "More Info", you can see that an image note has been added to the painting with information regarding the store and contact information for where this was purchased. Try contacting the gallery and perhaps they can put you in contact with the artist.
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    Skyler Ethan Abstracts
    I do large custom abstract paintings in a similar style. I can do any coloring and size and ship worldwide. You can see some of my paintings on my Houzz page or my website www.skylerethan.com
merrileech wrote:May 8, 2011
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    Anna Lattimore Interior Design
    Thanks of asking! It's Benjamin Moore Galapagos Turquoise 2057-20.
  • mbedmund
    Can you tell me the finish please? I love this color, and am using it in a smaller room, but think this is a gloss. Thank you!
erose_101 wrote:Sep 2, 2014
  • lamaisonbleu

    I would look online for "Beach" fabric, "Hawaiian" fabric, "Tahitian" fabric etc. I"d also look at eBay. You might find something that strikes your fancy.


rwinburn wrote:Feb 13, 2014
abel_jazz wrote:Sep 19, 2012
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    Anna Lattimore Interior Design
    This is a vintage sofa that was slipcovered to give it an updated look. Area estate sales and antique stores are your best bet for finding a similar sofa to slipcover.
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      Cindy Bagcioglu wrote:Oct 10, 2011

        What Houzz contributors are saying:

        raenovate
        Rachel Grace added this to The Secret Formula for Perfect Pillow ArrangementsAug 30, 2012

        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

        shawngauthier
        Shawn Gauthier added this to Pick the Right Color Palette to Showcase Your ArtJun 18, 2012

        2. Complementary shades. Reference the good old color wheel and choose complementary shades for your walls. This abstract with tones of yellow and orange sings against bold turquoise walls.

        thedecorologist
        Kristie Barnett, The Decorologist added this to Mood Makers: 5 Easy Ways to Put Your Home On TrendMay 24, 2012

        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.

        shoshana
        Love Your Room LLC added this to Traditional Accents: Corbels for Flourish and FunDec 14, 2011

        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.

        killyscheer
        Scheer & Co. Interior Design added this to Straight From the Runway: The Blues to Use at HomeSep 18, 2011

        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!

        lilygahagan
        Lily Gahagan added this to Saturated Color: Peacock BluesMay 6, 2011

        Don't be afraid of bold hues on your walls. In a glossy paint, you'll get enough reflective glow despite the darker color.

        What Houzzers are commenting on:

        k1s2b3g4
        k1s2b3g4 added this to Barbara BrownAug 22, 2019

        Gold chairs, deep blue wall , red table! Yes.

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