13,761 turquoise Home Design Photos

Ed Ritger Photography
Architecture and Interior Design
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the color of turquoise on the wall
chocolate brown furniture w/turquoise walls and white
Turquoise ,brown ,yellow new fav colors !
Looooovvvveeee the turquoise glass bar.
Turquoise walls in kitchen
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 walls
“Countertop” — Amanda Yates
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Colour is beautiful - 50's turquoise
There's a reason spas use this watery turquoise in their designs — the color is calming. Here, the layers of watery turquoise blues have a vintage
light shade of turquoise is soft enough to use everywhere in this retro-inspired kitchen. My guess is that this kitchen is on the older side and was freshened up with this great shade. Tip: Turquoise looks great with citrus colors like chartreuse and yellow. For a similar shade of turquoise to what's shown
There's a reason spas use this watery turquoise in their designs — the color is calming. Here, the layers of watery turquoise blues have a vintage appeal. Tip: Using the same color on the walls and cabinets in a kitchen help the space
“Aqua!!” — ddgill
Birdhouse Interior Design
Midtown Crossing Condo
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Questions3
turquoise in kitchen area, pink in living room
Turquoise chairs & round table
Turquoise Eames chair? What the made for me!?
plum and turquoise accents
purple and turquoise together
Classic midcentury modern design shines in turquoise.
Purple & turquoise...turquoise chairs
“separation of space between dining area and sitting area via rug” — konganyi
Shannon Malone
Bathroom
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Questions1
turquoise, purples, jade, royal blue, emerald... LOVE!
don't like floor but love cobalt turquoise transition
Love the tiles on point! Love the turquoise.
Purple and turquoise is a vibrant but beautiful vintage mix.
love the turquoise tile for utility room
“turquiose and cobalt. beautiful!” “Turquoise cobalt teal”
“Another Stociti bath” — Dawn McCravey
Karen White Interior Design
6 Reviews
Nantucket meets Mountain
Ideabooks4,106
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What color was the (turquoise) furniture piece painted? Love it.
Love the turquoise dresser being used as a buffet.
Turquoise chest, white walls, black table, white chairs!
Love the figures made into lamps, as well as the turquoise color on painted chest
The turquoise distressed look
Turquoise Chest...Turquoise cabinet
“Love kitchen table and chairs... Love turquoise chest” — blondie34
Specht Harpman Architects
2 Reviews
West Lake Hills Residence
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Turquoise wall, dark wood, red accent
Like this turquoise room
another turquoise bedroom
accent wall...blue! turquoise
Turquoise ro...art and turquoise...Love the turquoise.
“This is nice” — dollbaby_1002
Eclectic Kitchen
Ideabooks12,802
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Where can the turquoise tumbled-glass backsplash be purchased from?
Turquoise vintage look appliances, red, white and aqua/turquoise color scheme
Red pantry door in turquoise/white kitchen!
Red, turquoise & white--cheery every day.
TurquoiseAssortie au réfrigérateur, cette très belle cuisinière turquoise au caractère délicieusement rétro, fait le chic et le charme de cette cuisine blanche avec mosaïque.Le turquoise dans la maison : tendance ou has been ?
These vintage-inspired turquoise numbers from Elmira Appliances give this kitchen a fun retro vibe without going overboard into Mrs. Cleaver land.
“Teal stove” — crystalyo
Digs By Katie | Katie Leede & Company
Venice Canals
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wall. The shades of turquoise with the darker redder blue is subtle.
Love the teals, blues, turquoise in the pillows
refers to the feathers of a peacock. Best described as between royal blue and deep turquoise, pavo is seen here in the sofa pillows.
Here turquoise’s watery attitude is given oomph by a large black clamshell. Where turquoise lives, a beach theme often — but not necessarily — follows.
“This room feels "earthy," lots of natural textures.” — Stephanie Spotts
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