Mixing and matching rattan peacock chairs with more subtle folding chairs in this outdoor dining area creates a dramatic yet natural place for your next dinner party. Sea green and white color blocked curtains enhance the relaxing atmosphere while the geometric chandelier feels unique and modern.
The guest bedroom features a mix of vintage pieces among the modern elements. A peacock chair is a statement piece that truly stands out. It’s also a perfect complement to the Caribbean feel that Camille and Joe were going for in this room. IKEA’s Expedit shelf adds additional room for storage for guests. A potted plant in a pink planter adds to the room’s palette of green and pink.
For a menswear touch, the bergère chairs were reupholstered in peacock-blue tweed. Often used for men's coats and pants, tweed is a classic fabric that can introduce tailored, well-structured style to a room.
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.
Bold draperies and a peacock blue sofa create an eye-catching vignette in this modern breakfast nook. A tufted velvet settee has a curved design that hugs the oval dining table, and three klismos chairs on the opposite side continue that custom fit without blocking the view. A collection of similarly framed prints adds interest on the walls.
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.
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.
With floor to ceiling windows and plenty of natural light, this eclectic living room seems to glow. A light blue sofa, bold pillows and peacock artwork keep the space light and bright, while black floors and dark leather chairs add some contrast in the space. To give the open room more definition, a rug was placed under the sitting area, designating its boundaries and connecting all of the unique pieces.
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.