The main countertops are honed Carrara marble for a classic look that's ideally suited to a baker's kitchen. In addition to its elegant appearance, the smooth marble offers a perfect surface for rolling out dough. Bright teal cabinets create a striking contrast and add bold color to the space.
Color therapy sessions guided the homeowner's choices in the palette and design of her home. Teals, purple, emerald greens, butter yellow and oranges all resonated with her, so the designer sprinkled them throughout the rooms. In this living room, a vibrant painting combines many of the favored hues.
Casual and cute? That's a definite check for this townhouse near downtown Atlanta. Wanting to give her clients a space where they could unwind as a family, designer Robin LaMonte paired a sophisticated white sofa and two chairs with fun teal throw pillows and a comfy armchair. A large area rug keeps the floor soft for the family's dog, Daisy.
Surrounded by black walls and ornate chalk-drawn details, two midcentury modern lamps with teal shades add an unexpected pop of color to this traditional lounge. Between them, a portrait of Napoleon Bonaparte nods to the historic figure that inspired this space.
A teal wall with a red pattern motif adds a splash of vibrant color in this eclectic kitchen. Ornate bright red vintage birdcages hang together to form an unusual chandelier, helping an otherwise small space come alive with color and whimsy.
Bright teal walls greet guests in the foyer of the HGTV Smart Home 2013. Located in Jacksonville, Fla., the home has a coastal vibe, evident in the bold color choice. A built-in shelf with storage baskets makes it easy to stow flip flops and sunglasses, while mosaic tile stair risers add a beach-inspired vibe to the dark hardwood stairs.
Despite its size, this small apartment boasts a sophisticated galley kitchen packed with top-of-the-line amenities. Glass-front doors keep the cabinetry from weighing down the space, while a teal runner points to the eclectic living room just beyond the fridge.
In this mudroom from Tanya Collins Design, an antique pine armoire, painted teal, boosts storage and creates a focal point that enlivens the otherwise neutral scheme. The built-in cabinets near the door, big enough to house bulky items, are painted the same shade as the walls so that they blend into the background. A framed chalkboard-paint wall serves as a central spot for memos and messages.
Stunning and attractive teal and gold patterned wallpaper acts as the focal point for this creative, comfy bedroom. Drawing on midcentury modern influences, a bold headboard with simmering, peacock-like upholstery works in tandem with the long shades and retro shapes of glass lamps and nightstands. The teal motif is carried throughout the room in plush pillows, a cozy throw and vintage accents.
This posh baby boy's nursery features an all-over gray and neutral palette with splashes of teal, as seen in the curtains and floral design on the rug. Illustrated wallpaper lines the room, while a white armchair and ottoman provide a cozy spot for cuddling with baby.
This contemporary media room features a futuristic vibe with its blend of lacquered and marble walls. Teal pillows decorate the white sofa, while a glass coffee table is positioned in front and on top of a textured gray area rug. A built-in television is just above a floating gray console table.
This appealing and comfortable living room uses a teal motif from the walls through the sofa, armchair and intriguing ottomans to create a bold yet relaxing environment. An open kitchen plan and floor-to-ceiling windows keep the small space filled with light and feeling roomy. An industrial pendant light adds pizzazz to the space.
Designer Victoria Rogers chose a vibrant teal as an accent color in her contemporary clubhouse redesign. The multipurpose space was transformed into a fun, inviting environment for tenants and their guests. Lighting plays a vital role in keeping the space alive with color while highlighting Rogers' carefully chosen accessories.
Teal is a popular choice indoors and out, starting with the front door. The peppy palette is a smart alternative for a homeowner who is tired of a black or taupe door, says Georgia landscape designer Danna Cain of Home & Garden Design. Photo by The Home Depot.