Beautiful Turquoise Interior

The hottest color of 2010 is Turquoise which is a strong color that must be used as a complement with lighter tones so as to not overwhelm the space and to make it look classy and fun. In the pictures above you can see a beautiful turquoise interior starting with the chandelier and ending with pillows. It’s a good combination between turquoise and floral wallpaper from walls.

Everyone has its own preferences when it comes to interior designs. People often know what they want but they are having trouble finding it. And sometimes they have no idea what they want and they just make their decisions on the spot. So in this case some extra help is always welcomed. This time we present you a very different interior design from the ones you are probably used with. It’s a more rustic design and it has some distinctive features.

For example there’s that floral wallpaper, which is not used anymore. Nevertheless, it looks quite beautiful in there. But sometimes people go too far and in this case the wallpaper was ok unless it wasn’t matched with the drapes and the bed set. It looks too busy and exaggerated.

Other than that, the bedroom is beautiful. The bed looks very comfortable and it has that vintage cozy look that invites you inside.



Published by in Interiors, on December 6th, 2010

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