Mad for Galapagos TurquoiseEclectic Living Room

Example of an eclectic living room design in Other with blue walls —  Houzz
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clelia39 wrote:Jun 3, 2013
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    Cocoweb
    beautiful painting on the wall. why not try a picture light for it?
  • Allison Thompson

    LOVE, LOVE, LOVE THIS !

Lorene Frank Farrior wrote:Dec 28, 2012
  • Allison Thompson

    The lamps are gorgeous !

  • havingfun

    allison, not heard from you? working, or off somewhere, everything cool?

mbedmund wrote:Nov 1, 2012
  • mbedmund
    Thanks so much!
  • klumelleau

    What is the paint color?


pattirh wrote:Oct 12, 2012
  • Melba Fantauzzi
    Hi did you paint the chairs? I would like to know gold paint
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    Anna Lattimore Interior Design
    I did not paint the chairs. A similar finish could be achieved with Modern Masters' metallic paints. They come in many shades of gold and varying degrees of opacity.
emweeksv wrote:Sep 9, 2011
Mindy Day Designs,LLC wrote:Sep 21, 2011
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    Niki Papadopoulos
    If you click on the "more info" button, it will take you to the next page where it looks like the designer has tagged (there will be a little green tag...literally) the piece with information about the artist. There is contact information there. Good Luck, ti's a beautiful piece!
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    En Chuen Soo Fine Art
    I'm EnChuen, an artist, like to introduce myself to anyone who like abstract art for home decoration. Please take a look at my profile and see if you may find some artwork which fit to your budget and demand. I also accept custom order to work with you to create some artwork which you may cherish for years within your budget. (No, I'm not the artist who painted this beautiful piece. But I have some similar artwork to offer to you.)
dk32798 wrote:Jun 10, 2012
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    Anna Lattimore Interior Design
    This pillow is available through my design studio. Please email me at ahidc@bellsouth.net, if you are interested.
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            What Houzz contributors are saying:

            radiodesigner
            Karen Mills (Interiors by Design, Inc.) added this to 6 Ways to Inject Rich Autumn Red Into Your Living RoomSep 5, 2017

            2. Add furniture with a pop of fall color. The great thing about red is that it can work as an accent with many palettes, even when it forms a contrast with existing decor. For example, this red coffee table warms up the cool blue of the wall behind it. It helps that there are warm colors in the large and small paintings — rusty orange and gold — and that the throw pillows and decorative objects on the side table repeat these colors. That way, the red coffee table doesn’t appear too random.Browse red coffee tables

            beckydietrich
            Becky Dietrich, Interior Designer added this to Turquoise Dreams and Beachy ThingsJul 17, 2014

            There is something about turquoise that 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.

            melissa
            Melissa Alvarado Sierra added this to Blue Crush: Tranquil Palettes Inspired by the SeaOct 8, 2011

            This eclectic version of a sea-inspired theme has a vivacious vibe, thanks to the rich, 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: Is sky blue the new neutral?

            shawngauthier
            Shawn Gauthier added this to Everyday Items Go Glossy and GlamAug 31, 2011

            Coffee table. Punch up your living room with a high-gloss painted coffee table. Really make it stand out by choosing a contrasting color for your wall. Your guests may actually feel guilty sticking their feet on something this lovely.

            What Houzzers are commenting on:

            southerngirl1207
            Stephanie Murphy added this to Stephanie MurphyApr 27, 2019

            Galapagos turquoise Benjamin Moore

            britt_frank
            Britt Frank added this to Britt's ideasMar 25, 2019

            This is the color wall i am having done! It looks more blue here but i think it will read as teal in the room. It's benjamin moore's galapagos turquoise!

            jessica_martin15
            Jessica Martin added this to Jessica's ideasFeb 27, 2019

            antiques mixed with modern. patterns and colors complimentary

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