COLOR OF THE MONTH // SHELL + AZURE
This month features not one stunning hue, but two! These colors pair so well together it seemed a shame to keep them apart. If you have hung with me long enough, you know I have a deep love affair with a moody teal. It can do no wrong in my eyes and looks fantastic in any design style. Add a pop of coral for a coastal vibe, mix it with a cognac leather for library chic, or pair it with a creamy white [as seen below] for instant sophistication. Scroll down to see my favorites and don't forget to pin it for later!
// 01 This geometric rug from Anthropologie definitely has an 80's vibe with its abstract shapes, but the restrained color palette of blue + cream keeps it from diving into tacky town.
// 02 How gorgeous are these vases?! I've been taking a pottery class in my spare time and through my research discovered Nicolette Johnson ceramics. Let me tell you, making a smooth simple vase is not as easy as it looks!
// 03 Who doesn't love of quirky foo lamp?
// 04 I don't wear jewelry often, but my go-to is always a statement necklace in a simple color palette.
// 05 The Caitlin chair by Interior Define is a nice mix between masculine and feminine design. It has an overall boxy shape, but the swoop arms and tapered legs help soften the silhouette, plus it comes in about 80 colors!
// 06 I think this CB2 wallpaper would look amazing on the ceiling of an office or dining room. Yours, perhaps? ;)
// 07 These orb candleholders would liven up any dining table!
// 08 Little Design Co. has a curated pillow shop full of solid velvets and fun prints (seriously go check them out). I love the subtle texture of this Strie velvet pillow.
// 09 Loom Decor is also one of my go-to's for fabric and this marbelous quarry pillow has always been a favorite of mine. I even have it in our bedroom!
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