The leaf-patternd upholstery gives this wingback chair a cozy and informal feel as blue hydrangeas bring the outside in. This arched, built-in bookcase can be alternatively used to display pottery or other treasures.
Give your yard’s shady spot a splash of color courtesy of Dear Dolores hydrangea (Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Wyatt LeFever’). This bigleaf or mophead hydrangea opens 8-inch flower heads all season long—pink in alkaline soil, blue in acidic. (Add aluminum sulfate to soil to make it acidic.) The first wave of flowers appears in spring, followed by blossoms from summer to fall. Prune after flowering and/or in early spring to shape the plant. This classic bloomer grows 5 feet tall and wide. Hardy in Zones 5-9. Good to know: Mulch soil around hydrangea to help maintain moisture and keep weeds down.
Ten brown upholstered chairs add a lively, fun note to this contemporary family dining room, which was built with durability and easy cleaning in mind. The blue-and-white graphic area rug is mimicked in the centerpiece of blue hydrangeas in white vases.
This living room features a vase of beautiful white hydrangeas arranged atop a wooden coffee table. A gray vase and other additional decorative items, like books and seashells, are positioned nearby to finish the look. The nearby neutral sofa boasts colorful blue and green throw pillows.
Blue and white slip covers are fitted over the dining chairs circling the wood table in this pretty and pastel dining room. White hydrangeas centered on the table match the feminine and soft look of the design. Patterned armchairs sit next to a distressed wood cabinet against the wall. Blue lamp bases and curtains transfer the blue accent color through the room.