The double turquoise wood doors of this beach house open to a to allow cooling breezes and a spectacular view. There's a lime tree on the porch, saltillo tile on the floor, a wicker armchair in the living room and an ocean off the deck. Perfection.
Beth Dana Design took on an extensive remodel with this early 1900s Santa Barbara farmhouse. The turquoise front door provides a jolt of color on the porch, which has barn-style lighting, a metal bin overflowing with firewood and a galvanized planter. Architectural elements include board and batten siding and a bead board ceiling.
Capture sophistication and elegance with a muted blue-gray color palette accented by white trim. The traditional front door is painted a deep navy-turquoise to complement the slate gray wood shingle siding.
A large accordion door with turquoise door frame adds a touch of color and opens this sitting room out to the backyard patio. Gorgeous wood chairs create stylish seating under a mushroom pendant light and exposed ceiling beams.
A turquoise accordion door creates a large opening to the backyard patio in this sunny dining space. Exposed ceiling beams run above the shiny white table with white bucket chairs on a wood base. A gray tile floor creates a cohesive transition from the dining room to the connected living room.
The open floor keeps a very spacious feel in this dining room. A large turquoise accordion door lets in ample natural light for a bright atmosphere. The light reflects off the shiny white dining table and matching white bucket chairs. A large globe pendant light has a textured finish for a simple contrast to the smooth design elements.
Tri-color custom draperies create a seamless flow with the gray walls of this transitional bedroom and frame a sweeping view of the Hollywood hills through French doors. A faux fur throw at the foot of the bed adds interest through texture, and a turquoise chair pops against the overall neutral palette.
This simple and stylish bathroom design is given decoration without clutter with the use of bold pops of color and a glass tile shower embellishment. A bright turquoise wall behind the toilet and vanity matches the tile panel showcasing shades of turquoise blue and green. The glass shower door and white walls keep the space feeling open.
Make your dorm door stand out with a ceiling-to-floor greeting to your fellow dorm dwellers. To recreate this look, use scraps of painter's tape to divide your door into five equal sections, then outline each letter with colorful wash tape. Go back and add geometric details, if desired.
To recreate this DIY, easily removable wardrobe look, add two removable adhesive chalkboard panels to the door, then accent with a geometric washi tape pattern. This decor immediately adds personality to you dorm room wardrobe and gives you space to jot down important reminders.
Gold accents, like the pendant light over the bed and the small side table next to the chair, bring a touch of glamour to this bedroom. A turquoise accent wall draws attention to two windows letting in lots of natural light.