A floral-like design on the throw pillow adds a mix of bright colors to this little girl's bed. The aqua bed frame looks beautiful against the lighter blue wall. A coral dresser is a fun and feminine addition.
Large windows allow natural light to illuminate this transitional living room with a tan sofa and loveseat, and matching ottoman. Blue and orange patterned pillows decorate the furniture. while a chandelier with mini lampshades hags above. Oak floors and a white exposed beam vaulted ceiling add finishing touches.
Layers of blue in this modern living room's furnishings make the turquoise accent wall in the adjoining dining room look sophisticated. The colors are echoed throughout the connected spaces to create a unified design.
Designer SuzAnn Kletzien was sure to include pops of her client's favorite color –– blue –– throughout her chic, modern design. Turquoise vases at the center of the round dining table provide a bold touch in the otherwise neutral dining room, which includes a muted traditional wallpaper, pale blue dining chairs and a modern gold chandelier.
A rustic farmhouse table is paired with black ladderback chairs for a country-inspired dining room that's full of color. Above the table hangs a beaded turquoise chandelier, while a bold blue buffet and bright red table lamp punctuate the neutral walls.
This exotic yellow dining room combines elements of modern design and Asian influence. The brown and blue striped zebra rug adds unexpected interest to this living space. A turquoise, gold and red color scheme creates an exciting place to host guests.
A vibrant blue and turquoise rug shines agains the wood and black details of the room while complimenting the powder blue shade of the walls. Painted black drawers add additional storage above and below the untreated wood cabinets for a strip-like effect. A metal framed book shelf fits perfectly within the cabinet set up and matched the industrial, metal desk.
These fun and funky living and dining areas feature deep blue accents, as seen in the velour curtains and built-in cabinets. A gray tufted sofa provides a division between the two rooms, while several items –– like the pink end table, bright throw pillows and turquoise armchair –– provide pops of color.
A black lacquer nightstand with mother of pearl knobs provides texture to this master bedroom. A contemporary lamp illuminates the nailhead upholstered headboard and patterns on the pillows. The turquoise vase of flowers puts a pop of color into the room and picks up the hint of cool blue on the headboard.
To make the large space feel more cozy and intimate, designers brought in a large, padded headboard in navy blue leather. To accent this new piece, turquoise lamps were added to the nightstand on either side of the bed-the jewel tones of the accents and the bed frame creating a nice contrast between themselves and the gray walls.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah and her team constructed a custom plate rail from stock lumber and backband molding. The portion of wall above the plate rail was painted a light, wispy blue to make the room appear larger and accent the turquoise decor.
An unexpected and quirky owl — in the form of a pillow — adds cheer and whimsy to this living space. The unique color combination of yellow and turquoise creates a space that feels bright and retro, while nearby blue-and-white accessories that feel more traditional create a room that's perfectly eclectic.
When their clients traded their boat for a beach retreat, Red House Custom and designer Kim Peterson of KEP Designs worked to give the new-old home’s interiors a soothing “watery” look. Upholstered in the palest shade of blue, the twin sofas appear to float against the white walls; accents in cream, gray, and turquoise complete the seaside scene.
Water is overflowing out of this hexagonal hot tub creating a beautiful reflective finish over the iridescent blue, turquoise and brown tiles. Three levels create a descending shape and built in bench seating within the tub. The concrete patio frames one side of the hot tub while the other opens into the swimming pool.
Designer Kari McIntosh Dawdy selected an unusual shade of medium blue for this remodeled family room that gives the room a warm, intimate and glamorous feel. The modern canvas in shades of blue provides depth and texture, while the neutral shade of the sofa and ottoman blend with the soft tones of white and cream also found within the framed piece. Turquoise and pink accessories complete Dawdy's intriguing approach for this room.
The clients wanted a grown-up space that they could entertain in but would stand up the wear and tear of little boys and dogs! The inspiration for this was their wedding on the beach - bright sunset orange, blues, and turquoise. Hands down it had to give them those feelings - and it did! We hunted down unique pieces all over Atlanta. The Italian leather club chairs feel very 70's lounge to me. I love them and they are insanely comfortable!
Another splurge in the design was custom framing for the fine art photography. Black lacquered framing was chosen to coordinate with the black accents of the room, while an inset turquoise fillet — the accent molding that fits inside a larger frame and usually sits on top of the mat — helps highlight the blue tones in the art. Since the room receives ample sunlight, non-glare acrylic was chosen rather than glass to protect the art from UV rays.
So many elements of this bunk room design are just awesome. The wavy wallpaper on the back wall is really fun and gives the room an underwater effect. Rope ladders provide access to upper bunks; the turquoise rope coordinates perfectly with the wallpaper and oak steps were custom fabricated. For storage, closets are on either side of the room, both with blue sliding barn doors with black hardware. The pendant light is made from pieces of plastic that attach to a frame, so it’s durable in case of kid mishap, but also resonates with the watery feel.