This light blue window seat from designer Judi Ackerman uses patterned draperies, coordinating upholstered chairs and throw pillows with blue and white paisley print to create a cozy and comfortable retreat.
In the dining room, designers created a space combining a neutral color palette with traditional furniture for a new take on a classic design. For pops of color, they used red and hues of blue, adding a traditional rug to complete the space. Large French doors let in plenty of natural light to keep the room bright, but neutral curtains were hung throughout to allow the homeowners to control the light and ambiance of the space.
Blue and yellow striped curtains frame this quaint window seat. A white chandelier and wood art piece draw attention to the height of the room. A soft blue sofa with blue and white floral pillows carry the light blue from the window area to the rest of the space.
In this transitional library, the designer blends a mix of rich fabrics. A blue corduroy chair sits in front of the window with a watered silk and white sheer curtain, as well as a blue fabric window shade with beads.
Silk curtains dress up windows throughout the house. Here, in the living room, the windows are arched, a graceful detail that goes well with the delicate color story of cream, gray, blue, pink and gold.
Two vintage club chairs are upholstered in a bright blue fabric to break up the dark, moody colors in this living room designed by HGTV's Property Brothers. The blue curtains and rattan window treatment add texture.
In this living room, dramatic floor-to-ceiling arched windows overlook the nearby river and afford sweeping vistas of the countryside. A luxurious blue silk curtain matches the mood of the window and view.
A zebra area rug grounds this eclectic bedroom, adding a bold contrast to the room. The metal canopy bed takes center stage, draped with flowing white curtains, for a chic, relaxing resting place. Blue floral patterned curtains framed the windows.
In this contemporary living room, chic chairs resting in front of the windows sport letter and number graphics. Turquoise blue curtains hang just in front of those windows to control light and add a splash of color to the neutral space.