Decorative painter Dennis Alexander Cruz created the incredible ombre look in this lounge. To do it, he started on one side of the room with Farrow & Ball's pure Stiffkey Blue. By adding drops of another Farrow & Ball shade (Plummet), he worked his way across the walls, creating a gradient effect.
This unique house decorated by Jane Richardson-Mack and John Romaidis is drawn from influences from the New Modern Age of the 20th century creating a dream like fantasy with the gold accents and geometric patterns. The walls have a reverse fade effect from white to blue. A glimpse into the bedroom reveals a watercolor painted wall.
With a blue ombre backsplash and golden pulls, this kitchen in Havertown, Penn., is anything *but* typical. The space was inspired by the ocean, and so features tile that's reminiscent of shimmering fish scales.
Cover foam topiary forms with layers of felt in a fashion-forward ombre pattern to create these colorful tabletop trees. Choose felt in shades that complement your holiday decor then display them anywhere you need a cheery pop of color. Get crafting with our step-by-step instructions.
In the hall bathroom, ombre shower curtains add a modern touch to a more classically patterned marble floor, and continue the home's overall palette of black, white, and blue. A sleek black vanity and large round window give guests plenty of space to freshen up.
When they need place to read or work, the owners can make use of this stylish home office, which comes with tall shelves, a built-in desk and a comfortable armchair. A blue ombre rug softens the floor and offers a touch of color.
The upstairs sleeping space is arranged to showcase the building's beautiful bow ceiling truss. The area behind the truss was painted in a blue ombre to give the illusion of floating in the sky. While the original building housed a cabinet shop and architectural firm, current guests love feeling like they're on top of the world- especially the 4-legged variety!