Good morning everyone, I'm thrilled to be here today and talk about the vast rainbow of beautiful blues known as Turquoise. Like a boxful of crayons that were melted together in all sorts of hues, from light sky blue to deep teal. Even if you can't name them all off the top your head - don't worry. As your color expert
Green is the color of nature. It comes in so many different hues… from deep emerald jewel tones, to blue-green teals, to leafy tones, to olive drab, to sage, mint, and on and on. It’s restful and retentive. Green is definitely one of my favorite colors.
I can’t kick the feeling that the new white walls against the dark wood trim remind me of every apartment that I’ve ever rented. Yes, I have enjoyed the light and bright airiness of the white during the days, and it looks especially pretty with with all my other white accents, but I’m still not 100% feeling it. After the daylight disappears and our lamps are turned on it looks very bland and unexciting. Before I ever even painted the room white I had already ordered dark teal samples from…
There's no denying the calming, rejuvenating effect that turquoise has on our senses. But do you ever wonder how to heighten this impact? Or how to balance it with contrasting colors for that wow effect? Whether you're an interior design enthusiast aiming to transform your living space, a fashion-forward individual loo