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.
A bright white base allows pops of color to bring this space to life. Multicolored fish swim the walls of this aquatic-themed girls' bedroom. A lime-green area rug and turquoise-blue dresser add bold color to the white wainscoting. Pulled from color in the fish-print wallpaper, an aqua border around the white Roman shades allows the window treatment to stand out from the colorful patterned walls.
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.
Sliding glass doors in the master bedroom lead to the deck in order to keep an unobstructed view of the kids. In choosing color for their bedroom, the couple opted to paint the wall opposite their bed a bold shade of turquoise, then pop fire engine red furniture against it.
Creative Spaces Interior Design crafted this teenage retreat using color and eclectic furnishings for the family room. The turquoise blue of the walls and the cornflower blue of the sofa anchor the space allowing the strong stripe of the room's back wall to take center stage. The room's area rugs, pillows and artwork pick up the colors in the stripes (orange, kelly green, royal blue and yellow) for an overall pleasing effect.
With its stunning turquoise ceiling, this attractive game room entices you to rack up the balls for a friendly game of pool. It features a granite counter, barstools, refrigerated wine storage, a modified wet bar area and, of course, a large pool table with a cloth that closely matches the wall color of the room.
Textured wallcoverings by Phillip Jeffries make the walls recede in this master bedroom. Against them, the Kelly Wearstler fabric of the bed leaps out at the eye, a dazzle of pattern in the neutral space. A turquoise storage bench is perfect punctuation at the end of the stylish statement. Table lamps: Aerin; nightstands: Made Goods
Bohemian bedrooms are the way to go for girls with worldly interests. In this room, designer Linda Eyles wanted a "loose and collected" aesthetic as opposed to overly decorated. Eyles draped saris over the four-poster bed and papered the walls in an Arabian-inspired turquoise and metallic gold design. Finally, she decorated the room with family heirlooms for a "fun, layered look."
Multiple levels of gardens and outdoor living space overlook a canyon hillside. The top level is a bluestone patio featuring raised beds and a lounge area with fire pit and sectional. A second level of perennial gardens jut out from the wall. Below that, a rounded terrace features chaise lounges and a sun umbrella in shades of turquoise and green.
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.
A nook within a wall of cabinets is lined with reflective turquoise glass. Yellow and green glassware displayed in the nook adds a striking contrast of color. The white chair, carpet and white sheers match the high-gloss cabinets while the bold red curtains and zebra-striped rug lend more pattern and color to the space.
Warm, neutral paint contrasts with exotic artwork and accessories to create an intriguing statement. The large, turquoise decorative pot adds a distinct element and brightly accents the simple, gray-toned wall. In a purposeful asymmetric presentation, handblown-glass floral art is hung along one wall in the living room. Glass sculptures in their spectacular hues of red, orange, yellow, and other colors generate an eye-caching focal point from all vantage points.
Once guests pass through the foyer and enter the home, they are greeted with a beautiful view of the elegant, modern living spaces as well as the view above the city. Neutral colored wall paint is used throughout the common spaces to pair seamlessly with the with the furnishings while providing a neutral background that makes the turquoise accents in the space really pop.
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.
Jackson Paige Interiors designed this Brentwood home with a contemporary approach but added touches of coastal style throughout the space. This family room, for example, features a soft turquoise wallpaper as an accent wall, complementary sofa pillows, along with a coffee table, end table and art that inspire one to "hit the beach." Especially fetching are the low-to-the-ground occasional chairs that have a cottage-style aesthetic.
As seen on HGTV's hit show Love it or List it, this beautiful country chic living room includes muted tones of turquoise and white to compliment the tones of nature present in the artwork on the walls. The long row of windows brings in an abundance of natural light, while the floral rug and the fresh flowers help to further bring the outdoor into this comfortable living room.
In this girl's room, designers used bright colors and fun prints to bring life to the space. The walls are painted a turquoise color that makes the space feel bright, while bold, green accents create contrast. To complete the space, a funky, geometric art piece is hung next to the bed, and mirrored nightstands reflect the furry white rug, making the space feel brighter and more open, creating the perfect girly oasis.
What was once a bedroom in a Charleston style home is now a chic, teal dressing room/closet, thanks to Nicole Norris, ASID, NCIDQ. A cheery turquoise color was chosen for the built-ins and balanced with a luxurious leopard print carpet. Other glamorous touches include a gorgeous crystal and hemp chandelier, sparkling drawer hardware, an upholstered fabric wall behind the glass shoe shelves and a custom-made full-length mirror.