Turquoise living room ideas
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I’m excited that you are exploring turquoise living room ideas. It means that you are just as captured by this color of nature. Turquoise living room ideas communicate relaxation, the feminine, calming and sophistication. These are just a few things that are associated with the turquoise color.
The color is derived from a gemstone of the same name.
I noticed this shade of teal when I was blogging about beach themed home decor. It fits very well with it, because the bluish-green hue does indeed remind one of the sky, green grass and the sea.
The color is exhilarating, and I felt the same when digging up the various turquoise living room decorating ideas, as well as shopping for the accents!
Turquoise living room ideas to inspire us both
Add a backsplash as your focal point
I love everything about this living room. It is nicely compact and space saving. I love how the wall has been utilized to its fullest potential, including the turquoise leather backsplash that has been made the focal point of the room. That is actually a leather look-alike peel and stick backsplash.
The darker hue of turquoise is often associated with sophistication, while the lighter side of the scale communicates friendship and openness.
It is the easiest and cheapest of the turquoise living room ideas. Anything that gets rid of awkward walls is aces in my book!
Turquoise goes very well with light green
The turquoise color blends very well with green. If you have been hanging around this blog, you will know that I have a thing for lime green decor.
Both colors bring about a friendly and soft atmosphere about them. I love the neutral backdrop. It leaves room to chop and change the decor theme as one pleases.
This is my favorite among the turquoise living room ideas – the simplicity has me sold.
Add a dash of purple!
I would have never dreamed of mixing turquoise and purple together, yet the two colors look dashing together. Although this is not a living room (in the pure sense of the word), it is still a sitting area. For this reason, I included it in my turquoise living room ideas.
The basics are the same, for example; the designer used a few Turquoise decorative throw pillows, a purple mat, and vase.
Turquoise decorative throw pillows
SET OF 2 Euphoria Cushion Covers Pillows Shells Light Weight Dyed Stripes Teal Color 18Howarmer® Canvas Cotton Aqua Blue Decorative Throw Pillows Cover Set of 4 Geometric Pattern Cushion Cover for Couch 18Pack 2, CaliTime Throw Pillow Covers 18 X 18 Inches, Flocking Cute Leaves, Grey Turquoise
Turquoise decorative throw pillows are my favorite shortcut to introducing the hue to one’s home. They are affordable, and in most cases only take budget purchases of the pillow cases or covers. It’s the simplicity and convenience of it all, that makes me recommend them often.
The type of turquoise decorative throw pillows you use will depend on your style and tastes. For something more sophisticated, the linen and satin pillows would work just fine.
The pillows would be perfect on a neutral setting, alternatively mixed with lime green pillows.
Turquoise living room chairs
Homepop Swoop Arm Mid-tone Brown Finished Teal (Turquoise) in Rich Soft Touch Velvet Fabric Accent ChairTransitional Turquoise Velvet Accent Chair Will Look Beautiful in Your Living Room.A Bonded Leather Teal Turquoise Arm Tub ChairPortfolio Nate Turquoise Blue Damask Armless Chairs (Set of 2)
The turquoise living room chairs are the best if you want to do a major redecorating of the space. You are spoiled choice, from leather chairs to velvet ones. One or two of these will bring a noticeable difference to the lounge area. That is the beauty of decorating with color! You do not need to buy the whole store to create an impression.
These chairs come mainly in the dark teal hue, and will fit in if you are aiming for the sophisticated look.
I’ll definitely dig up more turquoise living room ideas, as well as accessories that you can use in your space. In the meantime, feel free to pin, share or like this post for future reference.