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New Ways to Decorate With Shades of Blue

By: Liz Gray
June 24, 2019

From pale ice blue to deep indigo, blue decor is having a moment. Here's how some of our favorite designers decorate with a whole range of watery hues.

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Blue-Gray: Wall Mural

Designer Meg Caswell brings contemporary flair to a turn-of-the-century dining room while still honoring the past. She keeps the original tin ceiling and adds classic elements, like wainscoting. The true showpiece of the space is a breathtaking monochromatic, blue-gray landscape mural.

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Photo: Patty Malone. From: Patty Malone.

Blue-Gray: Spa-Style Bathroom

Designer Patty Malone used a Caesarstone tub surround, custom laminate tub facing by Terri Robison Design and a custom area rug to create a spa-like bathroom with a blue-gray backdrop.

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Blue-Gray: Cool Cabinetry

Designer Meg Caswell continues the blue-gray cabinetry fronts on the refrigerator for a seamless look, while beautiful trim work and molding finish off the updated farmhouse look.

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Photo: Courtney Blanton. From: Courtney Blanton.

Blue-Gray: Bedroom Walls

Natural fibers on the footstools and butterflies by an Etsy artist bring nature into this calm, transitional bedroom. The blue walls add a cohesive element by echoing the blue tones in the John Robshaw bedding and Pottery Barn lamps. Design by Courtney Blanton

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