5,938 turquoise and brown vases Home Design Photos

R Brant Design
Camino Santander, Santa Fe Residence
Ideabooks2,353
Questions4
Where is that turquoise cabinet from? Or is it painted?
Hi Jill, R I believe the turquoise blue chest is an old Pitara trunk from India. ( Which was used as a marriage chest ) Here is an example of an antique dowry chest in a vibrant turquoise color currently in our inventory . Feel free to call or e-mail with any questions Ricardo (626)405-0897 info@de-cor
Love the colour combination: black, browns, lime green and cream
distressed turquoise chest, flowers and mirror
Perfect color scheme for the poolside patio--neutrals on the large pieces and turquoise and green to bring out the blue of the pool!
Brown and tan with blue console and pillows
Antique turquoise, mirror and red geraniums!
Or paint an old chest in a distressed shade of our color, and maybe add an accent pillow or two. Do you feel how turquoise brings both repose and energy to this room? It’s rather like the ocean that way, which is so often both soothing and energizing.
“Everything” — jenmilan
Cheryl Burke Interior Design
5 Reviews
Entry Way
Ideabooks8,189
Questions10
Bathroom color suggestion next to Galapagos Turquoise?
a good coordinating paint color for the bathroom? A huge Klimts the kiss will be on the wall, close to the bathroom. It has lots of yellow, gold, browns, reds, green, blue, etc. My color scheme in the rest of the house is gray btw. I appreciate your help!!
Paint: Galapagos Turquoise by Benjamin Moore
Galapagos Turquoise by Benjamin Moore Benjamin Moore™ 2057-20 Galapagos Turquoise
Benjamin Moore's Galapagos Turquoise wall paint.
Galapagos Turquoise; rug: Ikat wool rug, Stark Carpet
Occasional bursts of colour – such as on this brilliant blue wall in the hall – add current elements without introducing too many new pieces, keeping the layout clean and modern.Wall colour: Benjamin Moore, No 2057-20 Galapagos Turquoise; rug: Ikat
“Entry way” — leah703
Studio William Hefner
1 Review
William Hefner Architecture Interiors & Landscape
Ideabooks3,024
Questions4
where did you get the cool vases?
Where did you get the beautiful vases?
Rich natural color of wood with understated color on vases.
prominent if you keep them close together. In this space, one group of vases looks more important than if they were scattered about. In fact, too many items spread around a space will look like clutter.
5. FloralIncroyables, ces vases en verre soufflé semblent s’étirer, s’étirer… Comme de hautes fleurs
“vase” — delusha
Loudoun County Interior Designer
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Zuniga Interiors
1 Review
Zuniga Interiors
Ideabooks10,412
Questions6
Where could I buy the vase set?
where can i get vase set from?
sure to trim some for wreaths, vases and tablescapes
black vases with pop of color
the vases with branches would look great
Glass vases filled with something cool
Like the red berries in the vases for a pop of color
staging of vases w/berries and basket
materials. This simple living area has small touches of glamour infused into the decor. A chandelier adds elegance, the black vases with red berries and the display basket with fruit bring in touches of red. Sometimes it doesn't take much to have a big impact.
Here three black vases hold sparsely clumped berry branches for a minimal look. The live branches nicely complement the modern aesthetic of the black vessels. And there's
“Vases” — tiger1cat
Applegate Tran Interiors
14 Reviews
Applegate Tran Interiors
Ideabooks1,211
Questions4
Love the branches in the vase
I am in love with your vase and the stems in the pot. Where did get it
the branches in the large vase-awesome!
love how this vase and the branches
Sofa table and vase behind sofa
tall vase with floral
tall vase with sticks
Flowers for vase in hall
Flower vase...vase and twigs...Flower vase idea...vase and sticks...Vase and plant...Square vase...brown rug
“vase and sticks” — ironweed
Cary Bernstein Architect
1 Review
Cary Bernstein Architect Choy 1 Residence
Ideabooks2,975
Questions3
balanced by the horizontal books, the vertical vases and the organic shape of the bamboo. Note the odd number of vases clustered together.
Soft shaped vases- love the natural shapes!!!
twisted bamboo, a variety of vases, piles of books, and textured boxes.
The undulating lines of the vases on this table pick up the shapes from the painting and increases its visual interest.
This modern vignette is well balanced by the horizontal books, the vertical vases and the organic shape of
of the bamboo. Note the odd number of vases clustered together.
Lucky bamboo is at home beside a collection of curvy modern vases and abstract art here.Twisted stalks are a relatively new feature of lucky bamboo, a novelty that has aided in the plant's popularity. Straight stalks can be manipulated as they grow by rotating the plant with respect to gravity and
“Cool vases setup” — karlajune
Anna Baskin Lattimore Design
Mad for Galapagos Turquoise
Ideabooks7,574
Questions15
my room does not get enough light to paint the whole room turquoise. i am trying
Turquoise LOVES a hit of coral red
and glaze it.....Galapagos Turquoise by Benjamin Moore 2057-20
dark shade of turquoise on the wall that serves as a backdrop. Considering how many colors, prints and styles are used, as well as the number of exotic pieces, it's impressive to see how coherent—and dazzling—this area looks.Next: More ways to use blue
There is something about turquoise that inspires
inspires a sea theme, like with the stunning coral pillow here. The designer of this room remarks how the rich dark turquoise shade on the wall brings such a vivacious vibe, while serving as a backdrop for a wide selection of colors, prints and styles.
“Pretty wall color & decor” — maggie3095
Design Transformations
6 Reviews
Urban Organic
Ideabooks2,447
Questions9
Please, where are the blue vases on the mantel and floor lamps from?
The fireplace stone is called Choctaw Brown.
The mantle is real stone called Choctaw Brown.
The glass vases and floor lamps were purchased at West Elm.
Circular mirror and vases on the mantle
Mantle with the pop of turquoise in the room
“Glass ware” — cidskids123
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