Regan Baker knows how to illuminate a neutral-looking kitchen: with a touch of bright and optimistic aqua green. The wardrobes bring this space to life. It is intense and captivating, it stands out from the wooden floor and the structured false ceiling. Real estate property
Although you may think at first that light and white colors are the way to go in a small space, let this temperate water-green bathroom, designed by Zoe Feldman, prove you’re wrong. The deep bluish-green hue makes the alcove warm, inviting and home-like. Golden accents are also rich and sophisticated.
Children’s rooms are the perfect place to play with colors. Whether bold or modeled, it is an experimentation space. This space is a fantastic ad for mixing paint colors. The rich, deep aqua green in the closets is offset by the blue hue just existing on the adjacent wall. The pink pops on the carpet add a nice contrast, while the chair and bed linen are simple and without distractions.
Since the teal is a blue and green hybrid, it is not surprising that the paint color works so well in this living room with bright green chairs and a slate blue sofa. The refreshing shade has a hint of pale blue in its mint green hue. The space, designed by Regan Baker, is relaxed and comfortable.
Sometimes a touch of targeted color has more impact on a room than bold paint everywhere. Case in point? This dining room designed by Leanne Ford. The aqua green arch creates a clear transition to the room without disturbing the flow of the house or getting too expensive in the face. In fact, the notes of aqua green and magenta add a level of surprise that we love.