Beautiful turquoise interior design

This colorful home is located near Peoria, Illinois. It a beautiful place with a nice mix of turquoise, white and warm tones of brown. The interior was designed by Dan Waibel Designer/Builder.It’s a very fun and colorful home and each room is unique.Such a bright and colorful home instantly makes anyone happy. It would be very hard to feel otherwise when you have such a lovely home. The house is spacious and has a semi-open plan that includes the kitchen and the living area.

The living room is large and airy, filled with natural light and with a cozy and inviting décor. The walls are white and so is the ceiling. There are beautiful columns that divide specific areas and spotlights in the ceiling.

The furniture has a natural wood finish and there’s also a beautiful fireplace that makes the atmosphere even more welcoming. The kitchen is also very bright. The combination of white and turquoise is very beautiful and the tile brings everything together while also creating the transition between these strong colors. The kitchen is large and spacious and has plenty of storage areas. The white and turquoise cabinetry is eye-catching and the rest if mostly neutral. The appliances have a metallic finish and the light fixtures are subtle and elegant.{pictures by Black Olive}.

Published by in Interiors, on March 17th, 2012


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