15 Ways to Decorate with Seaglass Blue
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Add coastal charm with accessories in sea glass hues. Pillows, vases, and hooked rugs stand out against crisp white walls or polished wood floors.
Soft, refreshing sea glass shades look as alluring indoors as they do on the shore. Dress your home in these cool hues for a look that’s shimmering and calming at the same time. Transform everyday objects into accessories―it’s a classic decorator’s trick. Coastal icons such as oars, paddles, and even surf rods become instant works of art when painted deep, rich shades. Remember, eye-catching accents in sea glass colors look best against bright white walls.
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Paint walls and trim with colors inspired by a keepsake, and choose a mat in an analogous color. It draws attention to the framed piece and blends seamlessly with surroundings.
Use sea glass colors in unconventional applications to give your home coastal flair. A coat of turquoise paint takes a column from utilitarian to eye-catching.
Paint walls a muted hue. Then use a darker shade of the same color on furniture or accessories. It will emphasize the wall color and prevent the room from looking washed out.
Don’t stick to just one shade. Layer a variety of blues and greens on painted furniture to provide depth and visual interest. Distressing the surface with sandpaper or even judicious taps from a hammer allows multiple colors to shine through
Spice up a grouping of furniture by covering each piece in a different sea glass color. Because blues and greens are neighbors on the color wheel, they complement each other in an infinite number of combinations
Draw inspiration from a favorite fabric when selecting wall paint. Color reigns in small spaces, making a bath an ideal place to experiment with sea glass shades.
Paint an ornate mirror or table a surprising sea shade to lend informality. Use high-gloss paint for extra shine, or to highlight intricate carvings.
Start with a bright area rug and draw from its palette to decorate an entire room. Use darker shades on upholstery (to anchor the space) and punchier colors on window treatments.
No-Fail Seaglass #1
Spring Light by Martin Senour Paints
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Surfer by Behr
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Sea Mist Green by Benjamin Moore
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Baywater by Valspar
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Narobi by Rodda Paint