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15 Ways to Decorate With Rich Peacock Blue

August 31, 2016

Used in small doses or splashed across an entire room, peacock blue adds major glamour. Browse our best ideas for using this bold hue.

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Peacock Blue Color Palette

Even a small dose of this rich, saturated blue hue can seriously glam up a space. Or, go all in and pair peacock blue walls with white and gray accents for an ultra-chic look.

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A Royal Hue

A symbol of royalty in some cultures, the peacock’s bold, iridescent blue can add a regal touch to any space. In this vintage-inspired living room, a sofa in lush, blue velvet pairs with gold accents for a high-end look.

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Photo: Phillip Ennis (Design by Sawyer | Berson)

A Mix of Styles

Saturated with rich peacock blue and gold hues, this eclectic sitting room allows for a diverse mix of furniture and styles. Where the tumbled marble terrazzo floor calls Italian design to mind, the Sputnik-style light above is reminiscent of midcentury modern details.

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Photo: Laura Hull. From: Jackson Paige Interiors.

Start Small

If painting an entire room in this saturated hue sounds overwhelming, start with an accent wall. A deep, peacock blue wall sets off a petite bar nook in this living room, bringing out the luminosity of the glassware and light fixtures.

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