Who doesn’t like blue? There are so many hues you can surely find one that pleases.
This beautiful chandelier reminds me of Casart’s faux glass mosaic tile design in shades of blue.
Even the canopy of this bed is covered in brilliant blue silk damask.
No peacock quills were plucked for this French Damask Peacock Pattern or
the Quill Peacock Pattern!
Here are examples of two blue faux padded designs we offer: one as a headboard.
Here’s our Flower Power which is available in several shades of blue.
If you want just one accent item, how about a stripe?
Or a multi- blue landscape like Quickie On The Beach?
Or, any of these?
Textile designer and color expert, Khristian A. Howell says, “Being bold is all about balance.” A little may go a long way, so think about using color in accessories. Here’s a great tip she suggests to determine if aqua is a warm or cool color. Hold the paint chip up side by side to something yellow. If a “warm” tone, you’ll see the yellow undertones in the aqua.
And, last but not least, here’s an example of two tones of blue used in harmony for a terrific advertisement! Ligne roset has some of the best. Do you think she’s in a blue mood?
– Lorre Lei
Disclaimer: I did not look at Ashley’s Monday post until after I had written this one. We often have similar ideas. Glad I didn’t decide to feature green.