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Everywhere I look, I’m seeing beautiful, watery blues. Last week, I revealed our agua-inspired Color of the Month, Paradise Blue. Yesterday, I spotted this cerulean blue moodboard over on Camille Styles. Isn’t it like a beach vacation for your eyeballs? Then today, I spied this crazy-beautiful dining room at housetohome:

Monaco Blue Dining Room Color Palette

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This room would fit right into my Monaco Blue Pinterest board: The deep blue pendant light and modern plastic chairs have the same reflective quality that’s so appealing in the deep blue sea. A striped rug brings even more blue hues into this cool dining nook.

What do you think: Is there too much blue in this monochromatic space, or are you ready to grab a paintbrush?


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5 Responses

  1. 4Grammy says:

    No, I don't think there is too much blue because there is a lot of bright light and white paint to compliment the color plus the chairs and light fixture are not a solid blue.

  2. joeanna anthony says:

    I too like the blue . Thats my favorite color. The walls of the room are'nt blue, they are white so it balance the color scheme…

  3. Penelope Hammock says:

    I was unable to find the correct comment page; but here goes! I watch HGTV 24-7 & absolutely LOVE it! I want to comment on tonite's House Hunters program. The couple searching for the vacation home on the lake in NH was by far the BEST I have seen in a very long time, they were 'tactfully' unimpressed with some things & 'graciously' impressed with others. They were the MOST polite couple HGTV has aired in a very long time, not rude, prentencious or distasteful during the entire show & voiced their opinions with genuine politeness-Loved Them! They were an asset to your show!

  4. condar says:

    anyone know where I can buy chairs like these?

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