Designers Jennifer Reiner and Robert White created a luxe living space with a black, gray, white and peacock blue. palette and a mix of styles. A pair of chandeliers hang from a blue and black-stripe ceiling. There's a touch of the 1950s and 1960s with a midcentury mod chair, a Danish Mod sofa and a glass topped-mod table.
The all-white master bedroom receives a splash of color and contrast with the furnishings and accessories like the dark teal rug. Sliding glass doors provide access to the balcony to enjoy the fresh ocean air.
Two nooks flanking the fireplace house coastal accessories, like driftwood and a surfboard, evoking the Miami Beach atmosphere. Long, contemporary sofas topped with teal and white pillows make for a cozy conversation area.
A neutral living room is given a burst of color thanks to the teal throw pillows and painted coffee table. Traditional accessories, soft colors, and plush furniture make this a comfortable space to curl up in.
Jackson Paige Interiors worked their magic on this Brentwood remodel by incorporating built-ins for a clean, structured backdrop. Consequently, accent colors and accessories drive the decor and give the room its unique design. Shown here, the eggplant, light blue and orchid colors on the daybed give the space a punch of color while coordinating with the teal paint on the wall. The white backdrop also allows accessories to reign.
One of the best investments you can make in life is a sofa with good bones like this teal blue tufted beauty. As seen on HGTV's Secrets of a Stylist, this living room also features an eclectic mix of accessories, including a horse figurine and a white vase full of roses, atop a glass coffee table.
Matching neutral sofas flank the contemporary fireplace and oversized abstract art. On the opposite wall is an open bookshelf artfully decorated with books, vases and collected accessories. Teal pillows add a burst of color to the neutral space, which opens up to a chic terrace.
An eclectic mix of furnishings and accessories juxtaposes against the traditional architecture of this Boston home. Teal barrel chairs flank the classic fireplace, and a trio of metallic gold tables are grouped together in the center of the room. Abstract art adds color to the space.
Designer Victoria Rogers chose a vibrant teal as an accent color in her contemporary clubhouse redesign. The multipurpose space was transformed into a fun, inviting environment for tenants and their guests. Lighting plays a vital role in keeping the space alive with color while highlighting Rogers' carefully chosen accessories.
To provide some contrast to the mostly white bathroom, dark teal accents can be found adorned to the wall and featured in the countertop's accessories. A modular dark wood vanity floats above the floor, with a brown and white backsplash that adds visual appeal. The large walk-in shower is separated from the rest of the space with a solid glass divider to keep the design bright and open.