Keep walls neutral when painting floors an unexpected shade, like this sea-inspired blue.
To make up for limited space, a generous kitchen island in bright blue multitasks as storage, a table and an extra countertop.
When painted icy blue, floor-to-ceiling cabinetry becomes a beautiful focal point.
A bright turquoise backsplash livens up an otherwise neutral kitchen.
Natural wood surfaces complement soothing blue pastels on the upper and lower cabinets.
Sweet details, like stripes painted on railing spindles and a bright blue floor, give this porch a distinct look.
A collection of mismatched chairs feels festive when paired with a sky blue table and a tiered chandelier.
Pastel blues, scenic toile wallpaper and a delicately carved mirror make for a dainty, feminine bathroom.
Aquamarine tufted chairs and a coordinating rug give a luxurious pop of color to a room decorated in soft grays, silvers and whites.
A deep shade of blue-green paint shows off decorative molding and pairs well with midcentury-style seating.
Intricate mosaic tiling combined with carved wood furniture and silk upholstery create a sophisticated living room. The sky blue walls keep the room from feeling too over-the-top glam.
The design of the geometric blue rug echoes the strong angles of the armchairs and sofa in this chic living room.
A classic country palette of blue and yellow in oversized gingham and dainty floral chintz is just right for a cozy bungalow.
Blue table accents, like the glassware and the patterned tablecloth, transform this casual eating space.
A Guiding Light
The pretty blue and white panels pick up on the ceramic ceiling light’s delicate pattern.
You'll feel like you’re on vacation every morning when you wake up under this striped fabric.
An ornate wooden headboard fits in with cottage decor when it’s painted white and upholstered with a softly patterned fabric.
Exaggerated elements—like the oversized lighting and the bold bed upholstery—pop against modern geometric wallpaper.
Return the Compliment
Complementary colors always play well together: Orange accents pop against ocean-blue walls.
A blue-and-white paint job gives hardwood floors rustic character while concealing imperfections in the wood.