A covered loggia connects the garage to the main house, as well as teases a view of the rear garden. Blue pottery decorates the breezeway and speaks to the same cobalt-colored tile that lines the pool and fountain.
This hallway gives off a Mediterranean vibe with its Grecian blue antique side board and stone-like candlesticks. Stone sculptures of white flowering plants in distressed pottery sit on either side of the table, while a painting on the white brick wall provides a colorful finishing touch.
Muted blue walls compliment the warm wood tones in this dining room. Tribal pottery and colorful wall art are positioned above a wood hutch. A dining table and chairs with sharp, modern lines adds a handcrafted look.
Light blue cabinets are paired with bright white countertops in this contemporary kitchen. Thin stainless steel floating shelves are perfect for displaying pottery and glassware. Gray and white tiles are used from the countertop to ceiling to create a striking backsplash.
A light gray stone wall provides a stunning backdrop for a distressed blue console table. Colorful abstract art hangs above the table, which is accessorized with weathered topiaries and candlesticks. Worn pottery sits below the tabletop decor to complement the brightly colored wall art.
Cool blues work against the warm woods and artwork in this transitional dining room from designer Helen Richardson. The homeowner’s eclectic mix of art objects is displayed prominently while the walls, painted in Benjamin Moore’s HC-137, provide a perfect complement for the warm, rich multiwood tone and clean-lined furnishings.
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.
Blue-and-white ceramic pieces can give a mantel a country chic yet glam look, like this mantel decorated by Yuni Min. She centered the mantel with a tidy collection of her hardback books. When the pages face front, you don't have to worry about purchasing new books with pretty spines. The bindings bring a bit of color that tie into the pottery. Add a wreath over the mantel (Min made this one) adds more dimension to the focal point.
A covered outdoor room in Atlanta serves as a shady place for dining al fresco and resting, even outfitted with a twin bed. It was designed by Beth Webb. The English country-style space also has a fireplace, beadboard ceiling and blue accents.