Betty armchair in deep turquoise pure cotton matt velvet
Teal Appeal: 5 ways to use this bold colour in your home. Teal provides a great backdrop for other bright colours to stand out. Below we styled bold pink, red and green shades in front of a subdued teal background which allow them to really pop.
Inferno king size bed in cookie house linen cotton
If you're feeling a little bolder and braver, try a much less subtle use of green and make a real style statement with a bright hit of green somewhere in your home. Here, the emerald green velvet staircase contrasts with the fun wallpaper to create a really exciting and engaging space.
The patchwork vintage lampshade is delightful, but what caught our eye is the pale mint green and cream hutch and display shelf. Painted furniture works well with vintage looks. We paint walls AND furniture in Bellingham WA. http://www.northpinepainting.com
Painted metal, ornate floor lamp holds a ‘WHIMSEY’ shaped shade. Ombre dyed from burnt orange into deep teal blue, the shade is covered, all over, with parts of a vintage, silk, Indian SARI cloth; hand embroidered with gold metallic flourishes, leaves and sequins, orange, coral and blue flowers. Hand beaded fringe. http://www.antiqueartistry.com/floorlamps/