Vintage curved white leather chairs are spunky seating in a living room by designer Perry Walter. There's a play of pattern and vibrant hues of turquoise, marine blue, palm green and accents of tangerine. The pouf is made of white Moroccan leather.
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.
The white side table and flokati rug balance out the bold colors used in this sophisticated room designed for a teen. A wingback chair with curvy lines and subtle houndstooth upholstery is a traditional counterpoint to the modern accents and paisley wallpaper.
This Mary DeWalt-designed kitchen is luxurious in its style and appointments, as dark wood cabinetry plays against color for a dramatic effect. Especially stunning is the small mosaic tile backsplash in soft turquoise blue that softens the design and adds shiny texture. This room corroborates the choice of blue and brown as an outstanding and unexpected color combination, especially for the kitchen.
This home in Corona del Mar, California mixes more traditional Cape Cod style with the colorful fun of the Tropics. Awnings get a dose of turquoise blue. An upper level railing features a detailed geometric pattern.
A small dining room and living room are connected by the use of turquoise blue paint color throughout the space, making the rooms appear larger. Cheerful yellow and cream furniture complement the turquoise.
A hardy blue-green groundcover, sedum sediforme is a variety of stonecrop that grows up to six inches high and spreads in mats of leaves 18 inches wide. It produces tons of tiny yellow flowers in the summer and can withstand temperatures of 20 below in the winter. Plant it in a hanging basket and let it trail over the edges. Zones 4 to 8.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, this once dark and dated living room is now a bright, open space that pops with bright turquoise and blue accents. Sarah added a plate rail along the room's perimeter to unify the transitional dining and living rooms and, per the owners' request, included plenty of extra seating for easy entertaining.
As seen on season 1 of Sarah Sees Potential, Sarah gives this once dark and cramped dining room a cheery makeover with neutral wall paints and a variety of bright blue decorative accents. The dining chairs were painted a rich cobalt blue to complement decor in the client's favorite color, turquoise.
A pass-through window into a turquoise blue kitchen gives this white living room an energizing jolt of color. The kitchen's blue motif is reflected in the Japanese raku pots lining the shelf and the backless stools that were custom designed so they don't interrupt the lines of sight between the two spaces.
Mary DeWalt Design Group continued this home's interior colors — blue, green and beige — to the outdoors for a clever and cohesive design. The turquoise pool and blue sky, surrounding greenery and beige hardscape materials all maintain the color scheme for a full and memorable effect.