Sea foam green tile gives a spa-like look to this shower with gray and white curtain. A simple white vanity features a light gray countertop, stainless steel contemporary faucet and small mirror. A soap bottle and rolled towels give a pop of turquoise accent color.
Malene’s home radiates culture which is a central feature of her product designs-especially her amazing line of rugs. In the living room, the rug completes the conceptual connection between the blue-stained floors and these figures with a pattern that evokes the look and feel of foaming seas. Additional patterns on the pillows and art completes the vignette, bringing home elements of island life as well as African culture.
Pops of sea foam green and beachy, coral-patterned pillows infuse this traditional bedroom with coastal style. Neutral sisal flooring and white furnishings ensure the space is a soothing escape for its occupants.
This chic country kitchen has beautiful dark cabinetry that offsets the crisp white paneling and sea foam green walls. Modern meets Southern Victorian style with mismatched overhead lighting, a subway tile backsplash, stainless steel appliances, and a marble countertop.
Sea foam walls bring a calm atmosphere to this rustic bedroom, which features a stone fireplace and live edge wood bench. A TV mounted above the mantel adds function and convenience. The bedroom suite is part of 10,000-square-foot ski chalet in Colorado.
A white coffered ceiling looks down over this bright living room. The TV is mounted above a simple yet beautiful mantel and fireplace surround. Built-in shelving displays a mix of coastal decorations that — paired with the sea foam green backing — adds soft color to the room.
Renovations of the Carroll family's kitchen include removal of walls to open the space up, unstained walnut wood, quartz countertops, sea foam green and tangerine paint, huge dovetail joints, and a walk-around pantry. Chip's overall goal was to create an industrial-style kitchen that is still homey and intimate.
Ever thought of using the colors of sherbet for decorating your home? Well, why not? The timeless combination of mint green, sherbet orange and white is certain to never go out of style. For best results, choose a shade of mint that falls into the sea foam family to ensure the color reads more green than blue or aqua.
For a seamless look, the closet doors are covered in the same beadboard which wraps the walls of the custom closets. When the doors are closed, each of the two closets take on the appearance of architectural focal points. The ultra-white coloring of the closets helps reflect light onto the bold-painted sea-foam walls, resulting in a diffused look which softens the intensity of wall color