With autumn on our tail, you’d think we would be starting to think about warm, earthy colors, but in 2014 we’re moving away from the home decor status quo. This fall we’re going to see a spike in cool saturated colors making its way into homes, specifically the striking cobalt blue. This gorgeous shade works perfectly in almost any room. It’s relaxing in your bedroom, enticing in a living room and clean in your kitchen. It’s a beautiful color to use on your walls, or, if you’re just trying it out, as an accent color. Pair it with yellows for a high contrast look, or with different shades of blues and grays for a more muted approach.
Peacock blue is quite an entrancing shade, it’s a little bit blue and a little bit green. Mysterious and alluring, this shade is popular everywhere from bridal parties to home decor. If you’re drawn to this mysterious shade, here are some ways to add it to YOUR life!
The peacock is a beautiful bird, whose iridescent feathers have always had a place in the heart of daring DIYers.
These peacock blue living rooms looks great with contrasting yellow accents that pick up the green in this dynamic shade.
These reptilian heels have adopted the scaly skin of a snake while harnessing the color of a peacock feather.
Peacock blue is a common color in weddings since it looks so beautiful against the stark white dress. It also easily fulfills the “something blue” category.
Peacock blue is one of our favorite hues to experiment with because it’s such a unique mix of colors, and brings a jeweled elegance to any piece