Tuesday, January 10, 2012


Call it teal or call it peacock blue, but this shade of blue is still shining through. A hit of the color against red is especially alluring, but it also looks great all on its own, alone. Be on the lookout for major brights come spring, this will ease you in to the intense colors to come.

Photo courtesy of Dransfield and Ross
Tiny and nimble, the Go To Telephone Table from Dransfield and Ross can serve at your side in a jiffy.

Photo courtesy of Jonathan Adler
A high gloss teal finish and gold pattern with a deco feel on Jonathan Adler's porcelain Hera Vase looks luxe.

Photo courtesy of Colleen and Company
The new India-inspired Raj Lantern from Colleen and Company mixes teal and emerald green, a color combination I just love.
Photo courtesy of Madeline Weinrib
The Carlotta Rug, with a border of mini turrets from Madeline Weinrib uses the shade of blue as a contrast to the white ground.

Photo courtesy of Bungalow 5
The richly hued glaze on Bungalow 5's Manila zig zag column lamp adds an interesting shape to an end table or nightstand.

Photo courtesy of Cococozy
The Quatrefoil Pillow of printed linen from Cocozy has an interlocking pattern for punch.

Photo courtesy of Anthropologie
Anthropologie's Fleece Flounce Throw in an electric teal is fuzzy and fabulous.

1 comment:

Erin {House of Turquoise} said...

Yum yum yum!! I LOVE this post! The Raj lantern is to die for!