Turquoise, when hear this word we get ideas of shades that inspired by the color of sky and water. The shades that offers by turquoise is playful yet calm, actually it’s ideal to give accentuate any part of your home—your living room. If your living room looks dull and plain, you can sprinkle this blue-to-green color to the palette, change your boring living space into turquoise living room by give it turquoise accent and see what will happen. It might be tricky but worth to do.
Here, we’re present you turquoise living room décor ideas, that we hope can help you revamp your living space with a lovely blue-to-green color. So, have your time and enjoy.
- Revamp your bare and ‘dry’ wall by give it new color using cool turquoise tone and accented it with wall art such as painting, photo framed, or walls sticker in more soft tone. This wall will be your accent walls which bring new air to your dull living room.
- Easy way to revamp a room is add bold or contrast color. Cushion is a good start for you to add more texture in your living space, but armchair? That’s even better. Put turquoise cushions, throw pillows, or throw blankets with pattern or not; on your soft tone sofa, armchair. It helps your seating more appealing. Or arrange your seating in good flow for foot traffic. Set them side by side or face to face, and then put any kind of seating—bean bag chair, ottoman, armchair, sofa—in vibrant turquoise as focal point.
- Use your turquoise curtains to accentuate your living room more, with their ‘from ceiling to floor’ curtain type. This kind curtain is already dramatic; what’s more if the curtain has striking color…the result is dazzling.
Turquoise living room décor can be tricky; if you pick the wrong tone to accompany it, or when you pick furniture that not suite for the entire landscape, or else… And if you begin to wondering what’s exactly turquoise is? Is it green, or blue? Well, turquoise greenish shade of cyan (greenish-blue color), and sometime described as mix of pale blue and green. So, that’s why we use blue-to-green color to mention turquoise. Well, to minimize that happen, for starter, you should know what color that goes well with turquoise is. And they are:
- Navy blue
- Light green
- Shade of brown: dark and light brown
- Tomato red
Well, surprisingly these colors can works well together and creating fresher atmosphere in every space they’re applied.