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.
As seen on HGTV's Flipping the Block, Amanda Marks and her boyfriend Curtis Goldin installed custom wainscoting around the master bedroom, creating cozy cottage vibe. Teal paint and crown molding complete the walls, while layered textiles in an array of graphic patterns adorn the room.
A round, teal-painted dining table with coordinating chairs has been placed on an outdoor deck, which also features a forest green bench, three bright colored pillows, a Buddha statue and a thriving garden of flowering plants, trees, and ornamental grasses.
An old farm table with faded wood on top and distressed teal paint on the legs was cut in half long ways and affixed to the wall, to create the mudroom console table. The table provides a place to rest keys, sunglasses and other daily essentials.
This light-filled sitting room gets its color from the vivid teal hue painted in the inset ceiling. A fun modern fixture is like jewelry in the space, and a pair of facing love seats creates a cozy spot for conversation.
DIY your own ombre ornaments in a few simple steps. Gather clear glass ball ornaments and a variety of shades of teal acrylic paint. Take the top off of the ornament, squirt in the paint and swirl it around to cover the inside. Let the ornament dry upside down overnight. The next day, hang the ornaments on your tree from light to dark to make an ombre, monochromatic look.
Brilliant teal accents pop against the neutral backdrop of this dining space. A painted ceiling gives a pleasing look and matches the dark teal head chairs and the patterned teal and neutral chairs. A slim wooden buffet supports extra decor and creates storage space.
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.
In this mudroom from Tanya Collins Design, an antique pine armoire, painted teal, boosts storage and creates a focal point that enlivens the otherwise neutral scheme. The built-in cabinets near the door, big enough to house bulky items, are painted the same shade as the walls so that they blend into the background. A framed chalkboard-paint wall serves as a central spot for memos and messages.
Vivid shades of teal stand out against the mostly neutral decor in this transitional master bedroom. An inset ceiling niche features the saturated hue, which pulls from the dramatic tile accent wall. A similar painted niche in a nearby room creates harmony and draws the eye through the space.
This luxurious master bedroom features an elaborate hand-painted ceiling with floral designs and cloud details. Just underneath is a canopy bed with a quilted metallic comforter and a soft teal chaise for lounging. Brown floral wallpaper covers the walls, while velvet valance curtains give the windows a traditional touch.
The vaulted ceiling in this space provides a dramatic touch to the already chic teen's lounge and bedroom. Designers incorporated what would have been space wasted in a vaulted ceiling by painting the lower half a bold, teal color, while the upper part of the ceiling was given matching wallpaper, creating a deeper space.