When used together, teal and lime green create a look that is fresh and inspiring. Because the blue-green tone of teal is less intense than the electrifying citrus color of lime green, it's best to use teal as the dominant tone and lime as an accent.
A cozy seating area features a neutral sectional and a pair of wishbone chairs centered around a leather ottoman. A gallery wall is created behind the sectional to add interest and showcase favorite prints.
The wide zig zags on this living room's shades leap out at the eye like another piece of artwork. Other details that could be overlooked, like the stair's angular trim, get to be part of the action too, thanks to their crisp contrast against white walls.
A large, deep beam runs through the center of the living room, but the crown moldings were designed to match its look and minimize its heavy feel. Moldings are flat, stepped strapwork with a simple geometric base and casings.
With a cool blue backdrop, this contemporary dining room quickly gets your attention. Traditional touches adorn the table while modern art hangs above to add a fun element to a typically sophisticated space.
Modern art is striking against these cool blue walls, but the furnishings in this conversation area are oriented toward the room's real focal point: the view. Broad sliding doors open this contemporary living room to the outdoor space beyond. Colors in the home reflect its natural, oceanside setting.