Decorating With Color: Turquoise

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Sometimes color can be scary, & sometimes we need some inspiration for
using color in our own homes. That is why I wanted to start this new series
on the blog all about using color in our homes & ways we can bring color into
our spaces from accessories to paint, from affordable to more expensive.
The first color up is turquoise. The color turquoise is blue with yellow in it
giving it a blue green tone. It can be light or dark, more green or more yellow.
It gives off peace, calm and tranquility of blue and the balance and
growth of green with the uplifting energy of yellow. That being said,
It’s pretty much the perfect color…


This ottoman is seriously the perfect pop of color in this neutral living
room. It adds an element of fun & quickly becomes a focal point of the room!


You could skip the tufted ottoman and go with a patterned turquoise ottoman
like this one. This ottoman could also be made from an old coffee table
as well! An easy DIY project to bring turquoise into your home.


Adding drapes with pops of turquoise is the perfect way to frame your windows
& add a nice contrast to white walls. These drapes pair perfectly with the
turquoise accent pillows.


If floral is not your thing. This geometric turquoise window treatment
is the perfect touch in this bright kitchen.


You could go bold with these dark turquoise kitchen cabinets.


Or you could go bold with these light lovely light turquoise kitchen cabinets
& those turquoise open shelves and bead board. Click {here} to see the
perfect light turquoise paint color.


An entire backsplash of turquoise tile makes the kitchen come alive!


Or you could go a little less bold and do a stunning
turquoise backsplash behind the stove.


This very soft turquoise island is dreamy & is a less bold way of adding
turquoise to your home. & all you would need is a can of paint to
transform your island from average to stunning!


Not wanting to paint the entire island? You could paint just your bar stools
for a serious pop of turquoise in the kitchen.


These turquoise kitchen appliances would be a great addition to
any kitchen & paired with those red doors it’s amazing!


Or just adding some lovely turquoise kitchen accessories like
this collection of vintage turquoise pyrex.


A turquoise table and patterned chairs adds a calming serene
pop of color to this living room. & the accents of coral, orange,
and turquoise together really stand out agains all of the neutrals.

turquoise couch

Slipcovering your existing furniture with a lovely turquoise slipcover is a great
way to update your furniture & add that pop of color!


These turquoise dining chairs are so subtle and add just the right amount of
color into this gray dining room.


This casual dining room is anchored with that lovely cowhide rug & the turquoise upholstered
chair seats coordinate with the turquoise embellished pillows on the sofa.


Have you ever thought about adding a turquoise light fixture?


This bright eclectic room has amazing turquoise accents like
those pillows and that adorable side table.


These turquoise walls are the perfect shade for a serene bedroom & it
coordinates well with all of the natural wood in the room.


If you don’t want to commit to turquoise walls, adding pops of turquoise with stools &
lamps is the perfect way to add turquoise to a bedroom.


Bringing turquoise into the babies room is perfect. Whether it’s a boy
or a girl, it’s the perfect serene color for the nursery.


The turquoise above the white bead board is a stunning contrast that adds
so much visual interest & would actually be perfect in any room from
dining rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms, & more!


This turquoise and pink room is great inspiration for a little girls bedroom
or nursery, but heck it’s so pretty it would look great anywhere!


Why not bring the turquoise out to your porch for a lovely warm and welcoming
pop of color before your guests enter your home.


Adding a couple of turquoise chinese garden stools is the perfect pop of color in
sun porch or living room. They are versatile, useful, and can be used as a
coffee table, end tables, or heck, even a stool!


Bring this turquoise stool into your living room for a cute little end table &
a lovely pop of color against neutral furniture.


Adding turquoise accessories is probably the easiest way to add turquoise into
your space, and still adds a lovely punch of color!


Needing some new dishes? What about these turquoise dishes from Pottery Barn?
They can add the perfect turquoise touch to your dining room table, or display
them in your kitchen or hutch.

A bold turquoise piano or any large piece of furniture is
an amazing focal point and a great way to bring turquoise
into your home!

Turquoise poms & pillows add a huge amount of color to this nursery.



Adding a turquoise door in your interior is a genius way of adding a pop
of color in your home.

& adding a turquoise exterior door is probably one of the boldest ways
to add turquoise to your home. You could just paint the exterior or bring
it inside and paint the interior as well.

I wanted to share with you 4 of my favorite turquoise paint colors. You could spruce up
anything in your home from dressers, to accessories, to walls with these lovely turquoise colors
to bring the color into your home the DIY way.
What are your thoughts on turquoise? Do you use turquoise in your home?
Are you planning on bring turquoise into your home? I would love to
hear your thoughts and opinions on turquoise….


  1. LizMarie!

    Could you please let me know who is the fabric makers for the curtain material (cream with turquoise flowers and turquoise and chartruese birds) third photo down in this post…. I want to make curtains for my new office and that material is perfect!

    Thank you,

    D.D. Wood


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