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We saw a lot of blue this week at High Point Furniture Market (as you’ll soon find out in Farima‘s post-High Point color coverage post). I’ve really been on the bold and ultra-vibrant color wagon for the past few months, but this moody shade of blue is convincing me to tone things down a little bit for fall. Like the Eskayel wallpaper pattern (below) shows, this deep turquoise looks beautiful paired with brick red, mustard yellow and our favorite new neutral, gray. It’s the perfect hue for fall, and its warm tone will even transition us into the winter months with ease.

Mood Board Monday: Deep TurquoiseDining Room/via House of Turquoise :: Skirt/Style Within Reach :: Chair/Raoul Pop :: Wallpaper/Eskayel :: Necklace/Etsy :: Vignette/Mikkel Vang :: Living Room/Mix and Chic :: The Green Dancer by Edgar Degas

What colors, patterns or textures do you want to see used as inspiration for Mood Board Monday? Let me know in the comments below.



Mood Board Monday

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  1. Edward says:

    There's just something about the color turquoise that is very appealing to me. So much so, in fact, that, if I ever find a home with that much turquoise decor, I'm heading to the nearest massachusetts mortgage company to take out a loan.

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