8.03.2009

Bright & Blue







I know, I'm so predictable. I love these turquoise-accented spaces! The striped stairwell is particularly fantastic... so happy and fun.

(Images from top: 1. John Patrick Shanley's home via New York Times; 2. and 3. Margot Austin; 4. and 5. Designer Bunny Williams via House Beautiful

17 comments:

Fabulous Finds Gal said...

Yahoo... that staircase is fantastic!
Christina

TheDecoDetective said...

I love the third photo! I don't mind predictable as long as it gives us photos like these (which aren't at all predictable, I think some of the details are very surprising, like the heart on the floor)

Kristen Sara said...

That staircase is amazing!! Love it!

Erin said...

I agree, that stairwell is fantastic!! But I LOVE them all!!!

meohmyoh said...

I LOVE the little teal nightstand with the pink flowers tré chic

Lovely Little Nest said...

I love turquoise too! So bright and cheerful :) The bedside table is my fav!

pretty*pink*rat said...

Love the turquoise nightstand!!

lucy@fourwallsandaroof said...

I'm with everyone else on the nightstand - it's just perfect!

maustin said...

Thanks a mil for including my stuff (2&3) and for the kind comments here. so very kind! happy happy

cerelina Jewelry said...

Pretty photos! the heart print on the floor is so cute !
xx

Lisa said...

I'm thinking my stairs might need a heart on the landing!

Peacock Feathers said...

Thanks to everyone for your great comments! I think we are all on the same wavelength when it comes to this stuff. Let's all paint our bedside tables turquoise!

And to the talented Ms. Austin, thank you for styling such lovely spaces. They are very inspiring!

bananas. said...

the nightstand is just lovely. i have a can of blue/turquoise paint that color and i have no idea what to paint. these images give me ideas though...thanks!

Petulia said...

Love the Lilac sheets against the Turquoise backdrop...pulls the whole room together..

I need a guide said...

love the colors!!

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maustin said...

Hey, FYI forgot to mention that the actual paint colour used on the bedside tables is, appropriately enough called Peacock Blue by Benjamin Moore 2049-40

Peacock Feathers said...

Wow, thanks Margot for filling us in on the paint color of those gorgeous bedside tables! I have a feeling a lot of people will be running out for some Benjamin Moore paint in Peacock Blue...