8 Ways to Use Shades of Blue

We just got some decorative pillows for the client—all shades of blue. I hadn’t been a big  fan of color of blue. But I am right now, maybe because we just saw so many blue sea and blue sky during 4th July vocation.  Anyway,  Those pillows in shades of blue just look so adorable. I think you totally agree with me that color of blue make a calm, chic and elegant spaces.  Today we share e  8 ways to use shades of blue:

  1. Just use as pop of color among the large area of background white to create super modern atmosphere:Bwhite-living-room-furniture-couches-1506368099

2. Of course, use on the wall to create different yet cohesive feels from the next room.

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3. Use on the panelings and trims only to create historical highlights.

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4. Yes, on the cabinets to have that timeless, crisp and chic style:

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5. How about layer different shades of blue to create that super upscale and sophisticated feel?Bedc110115deniot02

6. Blue striped wallpaper—easy breezy beach vibe.

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7.  From floor-to-ceiling—such a cozy room.Balisa-bloom5-1526585121

8. Yes, on pillows please.IMG_0306

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Happy Monday

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Charm of Powder Blue—Fashion Inspiration from Queen Elizabeth II

Yes, Queen Elizabeth II. was on LFW last Tuesday afternoon at Richard Quinn’s show,  her Majesty first -time- ever fashion show.  She was a quite surprise guest.   By putting  her purpose on the floor, the Queen enjoyed the show like a pro.   She looked lovely, kind, elegant and engaged  in a bespoke powder blue design by her royal dressmaker Angela Kellyand.

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The seat Queen sit on is Philippe Starck Perspex ‘ghost’ chair worth around £200, with arm rests and a velvet cushion

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Don’t you love that powder blue the Queen wears—it’s light, classic yet modern, elegant, soft and noble.  Powder blue, a fresh take on baby blue, can  actually pair well with all your favorite hues of the season in every room.  Take a look!

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modern and fresh.
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traditional take
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Bluish mosaic wall is just so beautiful.
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powder blue pairing with gold—classic and modern.
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The color palette has nice contrast with pink. The feeling here is very feminine and fashionable.
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Powder blue creates upscale yet relaxing atmosphere.
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classy, subtle, sophisticated and tranquil

 

Happy Weekend

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