Teal was the one color that transcended all the looks at High Point Market. It is a natural addition to the Belgian look, adding color to rugs and depth to antique finishes on mirrors and casegoods. Teal pairs beautifully with the brights, grounding them in a way that keeps them from becoming too Disney-like. Teal has been a strong trend for some time, replacing the chocolate and soft blues of the last decade. While the color works well with the new greys and taupes, you can also incorporate it with your existing walnuts and chocolates to create a new look.
In this photo, Alexandre Fleuren Interiors uses teal accents to give the room a strong focal point. You get the sense that it is a “teal” room, although there is very little used. Placement and selecting the right objects is key. What do you think? Do you incorporate any teal in your home?
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