A peacock blue wall floats in the middle of this bedroom, creating both a functional headboard and a focal point for the space. A built-in shelf serves in place of bedside tables, while wall-mounted lamps provide reading light. A barn door on a sliding track adds a rustic touch, perfect for the casual beach setting.
To give the open space just off the entry a purpose, yet keep the center of the area open for traffic flow in and out of this apartment, two pairs of ready-made bookshelves purchased from an office supply store were placed back-to-back to act as room dividers. On one side, a private office is separated from the formal dining space and family room on the other side. The apartment's walls were painted peacock blue, which helps the walls recede so that accents of white and apple green stand out.
This dining room features an open floor plan with brilliant blue walls and white built-ins. Metal pendant lamps hang over an industrial style table. Leather dining chairs and a wooden bench provide seating.
Cool color and subtle geometry is at play in this sophisticated Colorado bedroom. A tufted velvet headboard gets a modern lift from its sleek wood frame, and a square accent pillow in the same fabric adds a touch of fun. A petite lamp blends with the wall and lets the bed steal all the attention.
Layered blues are prominent in the master bedroom's seating area. From the navy blue of the draperies and the teal tone of the console table to the blue-violets and peacock blues of the chair upholstery and pillows, this layering effect adds depth and keeps the otherwise tone-on-tone color scheme from falling flat.
A peacock design painted on the ceiling is the scene stealer in this kitchen created in an eclectic style. Multicolored tile is made to look like bricks on the floor and a long kitchen island provides seating and extra counter and sink space.
Dark trim, dark hardwood flooring and a mix of furniture styles create subtle whimsy in this transitional playroom. A peacock blue wingback chair pops against the mostly neutral palette and connects the space to the high-gloss blue room beyond. A curved ceiling adds sophistication.
The walls and ceiling of this small apartment bedroom were painted a deep peacock blue, which blurs the lines of the space to make it appear larger. The pocket doors separating the living room and bedroom were painted a high-gloss deep blue to add shine and architectural interest to the transitional space.
Designers Jennifer Reiner and Robert White created a luxe living space with a black, gray, white and peacock blue. palette and a mix of styles. A pair of chandeliers hang from a blue and black-stripe ceiling. There's a touch of the 1950s and 1960s with a midcentury mod chair, a Danish Mod sofa and a glass topped-mod table.
A dark wood dining room table with a 42-inch round top allows Matt and Jodi to seat four to six people for meals. Round tables in small spaces are the best solution since there are no hard corners to crowd space needed for chairs. To ground the area and delineate it from the family room and office zones, a shag rug in the same shade of peacock blue was centered in the space.