I am about to get my teal Art Deco sofas cleaned (exact same color as above!) to get ready to move… and in the midst of doing it, I am thinking it is time for a glorious teal round-up. Teal feels almost like the sea, a cool bit of water element yet kissed with a bit of creative green.
This is a divine kitchen color: lively, relaxing and somewhat exotic.
Gorgeous doors. An alternative to “red” to create a more calm oasis of welcome.
A way to add color to space: books! Vintage books with their paper wraps removed have the greatest shades of fiber covers.
And wow: next time I put in custom bookshelves, I am pushing for a peacock teal!
The feng shui of it all? HERE are a few ways that blue can affect you. They are all magically good!
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Only you could get me to like teal!
🙂 i am happy about that! I have giant teal couches and you’ll see them when I do a house tour once I move in!!!
I love that giant teal door…it reminds me of my time studying abroad in Morocco.