i spy: shades of teal.
by victoria comment


wall paint and art in shades of green / sfgirlbybay

doug atkins home, via t magazine.

much like its cool cousin green, deeper darker shades of teal and turquoise are popping up all over the place. it’s a real colorfest out there, people, so you may want to add a dash of your own if you care much about being on trend. i’m not sure i can do it but i know that i certainly admire it from afar. there’s nothing quite like a splash of teal to remind you of far off places — like mexico, morocco or spain. there’s definitely an exotic feel to these rooms, and they’re beckoning me to take a trip.

exotic teal hallway / sfgirlbybay

Cloister Hotel in arles, via milk decoration.

teal home decor / sfgirlbybay

clockwise, l to r: vintage chandelier in jewel tone florals + greens by rebekahmadisyn; jose david; homesthetics; design*sponge; royal design studio wall stencil; turquoise tile via hus & hem.

rustic interior with two shades of green paint / sfgirlbybay

elle decoration.

bedroom decor using different shades of green / sfgirlbybay


teal artwork on white wall / sfgirlbybay

Simon Watson for T Magazine.

tea wall in moroccan hotel / sfgirlbybay

moroccan hotel riad el fenn, via lonny.

dramatic teal walls via elle decor / sfgirlbybay

elle decor.

teal clawfoot bathtub / sfgirlbybay


teal striped sofa / sfgirlbybay

min hogg.

teal wall mural / sfgirlbybay

sarah klassen.

6 responses to “i spy: shades of teal.”

  1. I have been gravitating towards adding teal and turquoise into my wardrobe and home recently. Those colors really do remind me of far off places that I have visited or plan to visit!

  2. Got rustic turquoise painted on two walls at home…can’t get enough of staring at them. as soothing as watching the aquamarine waters…

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