Mad for Galapagos TurquoiseEclectic Living Room
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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
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.
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?
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.