Guest Picks: Decorating With Shades of Blue
This gorgeous silk lampshade by Clarissa Hulse comes in lovely shades of cobalt and pale blue.
This is a great mid-deep-blue wall paint.
This blue butterfly artwork is so effective — it looks like the butterflies are in flight. It uses a full color palette too, so it will go well in many a blue-themed room.
This wonderfully luxurious velvet chair is available in several shades of blue.
These ceramic plates by designer Rob Ryan (a favorite of mine) are based on his intricate papercut designs. They look lovely out on display in a room.
I love how furniture can be given a fresh new look by changing the handles. Here's a lovely blue flower knob that would look great on a chest of drawers.
Perfect for use in a kitchen or bathroom, these gorgeous blue and white tiles are decorated by hand in Tunisia.
There are lots of lovely blue ceramics available, but this porcelain cup that features a French lace design is really unusual.
I love the name of this sofa, "Snooze," and its moody blue color. The velvet gives it a luxurious feel, and it's one you'll want to snuggle up on.
I'm a fan of MissPrint designs, both their wallpaper and fabric, and I love this blue Pebble Leaf wallpaper.
I love accessorizing in the kitchen using tea towels. This one has a lovely blue floral design.
Ombré effects are on trend, and this blue and white cushion would go well in a blue-themed living room or bedroom.
This stunning Lacework wallpaper by Amy Butler incorporates several shades of blue in an eye-catching design.
I love this shade of warm light blue paint.
Shades of blue can be added to a room with a rug. It can be a good way of adding color to a neutral room scheme.
I would love to have this pretty bluebell tray for my kitchen.
This paint color is lovely. Pair it with a light blue (as shown) to create fresh, blue and airy spaces.
I love the contemporary feel of this clock design, with the butterflies in flight around it. This one is in a lovely sky blue color.
This is a lovely blue moon print by designer Mary Kilvert. Do check out her sheep designs too, as they're also fabulous.More: How to Pick the Right Blue Paint