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Design Inspo: The color Blue

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My relationship with blue is not complicated. I love it! It’s associated with two of the earth’s most beautiful natural features: the sky and the ocean, which I find both calming and inspiring *deep exhale as you picture yourself standing on the beach*. Also the color blue ranks consistently as “America’s favorite color”, so it’s a commonly used choice for my clients. There are so many shades of blue and fun ways to incorporate it into your home. Check out below for some of my fave ways to incorporate the color blue in YOUR space!

CABINETRY: This is one of my favorites. You can add so much personality by using blue on your cabinets, whether it’s in your kitchen, kids’ bathroom, or your own bathroom. When you don’t want to be boring but you still want to pick a color with style staying power, going blue is a great idea. Want an easy list of some great choices for blue paint, wallpaper, art, accessories + rugs? Grab our design cheat sheet for busy moms to get my go-to list!

From our Waterleaf project, Photo by Jonathan Thrasher. Builder: Epique Homes
From Our Black Creek Project, Photo by Jonathan Thrasher. Builder: Epique Homes
From our Waterleaf project, Photo by Jonathan Thrasher. Builder: Epique Homes

TILE: Add in some blue on your backsplash, floor or shower tile. Blue is a classic/timeless choice for tile color!

From our Burwood Hills project, Photo by John Pottenger. Builder: Epique Homes
From our Waterleaf project, Photo by Jonathan Thrasher. Builder: Epique Homes

PAINT + WALLPAPER: The least expensive place to add in some blue? Paint your walls! Try a little wallpaper if you’re looking for more pattern or texture. Blue is a great choice for bedrooms due it’s calm and relaxing vibes.

From our Burwood Hills project, Photo by John Pottenger. Builder: Epique Homes
Progress Shot from our upcoming Anderson Woods Reno
From our Darby Farms project, Photo by John Pottenger. Builder: Epique Homes

ART + ACCESSORIES: If you prefer a neutral home but want to add a little color, blue is a great choice. You can add blue in with your pillows, artwork, rugs and accessories.

From our 2020 spring parade home, Builder: Epique Homes
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From our Burwood Hills project, Photo by Ashley Avila. Builder: Epique Homes

Want our list of go-to blues for paint, blue wallpaper ideas as well as some inspo for art, accessories and more? Grab it here!

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