10 Ways to Decorate With Powder Blue

This calming color adds tranquility to any space and allows bold design elements to really stand out.

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May 08, 2017
By: Ryan Reed
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Powder Blue Color Palette

Cool and chic, this light shade of blue works with practically any color palette. Combine with slightly darker shades of blue, tan and white to create a fresh living room.

Blue Ceiling

This kitchen is a study in elegant dark and light tones accented with shiny metal that adds a sophisticated touch.

Green + Blue

Light blue walls contrast perfectly against the wood elements and green countertop in this mid-century modern kitchen.

Blue Kitchen

Soft blue cabinetry add depth to this bright, light kitchen and over-scale pendant lights balance the scale of the large island.

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Serene Living Room

Light blue walls evoke an airy atmosphere in this transitional living room.

Blue Bedroom

This children’s bedroom features an iron bed with a lively color scheme of blues, greens and white.

Stylish Sideboard

A light blue painted sideboard contains Italian lamps and a gilded frame in the dining room.

Modern Living + Dining Room

White wash wood support beams add architectural detail to this midcentury modern living and dining room featuring light blue walls and colorful accessories.

Calming Color Palette

A calming neutral color palette helps to push back the walls in this small bedroom and adds a collection of small mirrors to bounce light around the room.

Cool Blue Room

Cool blue tones flow from the piece above the mantle, inspiring this laid-back palette.

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