NantucketTransitional Bedroom, Boston
Michael J. Lee Photography
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4. Breath of fresh air mint. Nantucket decor often conjures visions of a crisp nautical palette full of red, white, navy and brass. But in this home on the island off Massachusetts, pale shades of mint make a guest room welcoming. You can practically feel the sea breeze just looking at the photo. Wall paint: Palest Pistachio, Benjamin Moore; beds and bedding: custom, Eric Roseff Designs; chair: Baker; Roman shade fabric: Raoul
10. … or pepper your space with a single sorbet hue. For a more cohesive look, stick with furniture, accents and design features in the same chalky color. This fresh, inviting bedroom shows how to pull off this look like a pro — pops of mint green have been scattered around the room to create a balanced, harmonious feel. Hearty doses of crisp white and warm neutrals have been introduced to add contrast and ensure that the space doesn’t look too pastel-heavy.Tip: Add a few accents in a more saturated version of the same color for another layer of interest and contrast.