12 Ways to Make a Statement With Teal
Teal is a showstopper of a color. Fresher than the '80s version, this new teal hue looks chic in any palette but especially when paired with sister shades of blue.
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A bright blue bedroom is dominated by a dramatic teal upholstered headboard. Pillows in assorted shades of blue add a cozy layer to the bedding.
The home's entry doubles as a floor-to-ceiling art gallery packed with one-of-kind creations appealing to the entire family. A foyer table in matching teal provides an excellent surface for displaying family photos, intimate lighting and accessories.
An aqua-patterned throw pillow provides contrast and ties into the wall art in this family-friendly living room.
For this luxurious shade of blue, designers used the color palette, texture and sheet of a geode to inspire them.
Sometimes a small space can be the perfect spot to make bold decor choices. In this vestibule, a blue-and-white patterned wallpaper makes a strong visual statement leading into a teal bedroom.
The teal wall in this room is the perfect backdrop for the yellow-orange, red and green hues in the jumbo map.
Dressed in Teal
This colorful kid's bedroom was dressed in a DIY chevron wall treatment and bedskirt made from duct tape.
Designer Stacy Garcia created this chic poppy design as the perfect backdrop for any contemporary living space. The bold teal pattern allows the furnishings to remain modest while it takes center stage.
Midcentury in Mind
The ceiling in this comfy lounge space serves as an accent wall, which is painted in a deep teal tone that complements the velvet chairs.
A Touch of Color
Custom blown-glass pendants balance the raw character of the live-edge dining table. Two-toned teal dining chairs add a splash of color to the otherwise neutral dining room.
This contemporary teal powder room features a round basin sink set atop a wood countertop and a white tile-patterned accent wall that breaks up the bold wall color.
This striking home office commands authority with its unruffled gray palette and strong architectural lines. A teal upholstered ottoman and red leather desk chair add just enough color to the mix.