A couple home tours I like….

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So I came across this interior on Nuevo Estilo. I like the pops of mustard and teal, the black fireplace, letters for decor, sitting nooks and vases with leafy stems.

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Osborn Architects designed the following. There are some other rooms from this home circulating the net but these rooms are new to me…

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Glass, wood and steel. I LOVE it and this is coming from someone who generally cringes as the sight of any wooden walls. The same stain of wood from the walls to the chairs & those fabulous lighting pendants create a cohesive feeling. Score a similar fixture here

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Bringing the outdoors in, this is a different take on rustic. See the other two posts I’ve ever done on wooden walls here & here

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Love the nightstand and the bright door hue…

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I could totally see myself relaxing in this seating space. The hardness of the concrete walls is softened by the softness of the velvet chairs. That abstract piece is awfully nice too. You can see the rest of the home on Rex Kelly. You’ll probably recognize some of the others which are more popular. Do you like those more or the ones I like?

Deep Blue Sea…Remember that movie? Would you paint walls the color of the ocean? Pt 1

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You can get away with darker colors without darkening the space if you limit the usage to walls with doors & windows. Notice how the ones in this post with a lot of white crown molding and light furniture manages to stay airy. But if moody is the look you’re going for, you’ll surely get it with this royal, cobalt or teal hues…

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Taking a cue from peacocks w/Teal Walls…

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I cannot get enough of peacock hues and what better way than to put them on walls…

I love dark rich colors for walls and these teal ones really does it for me. But ombre walls? So unique and beautiful. It’s like looking at the ocean. The wall itself is a work of art…

{Jarlath Mellett}

When working with such a deep hue, you want to make sure furnishings and/or accessories have some lighter shades to avoid being too dark and drab…

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