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Decorating With Blue

Decorate with blue via Simply Grove written by Mindy Bucklew

Image: The Design Chaser

Good news for all you blue lovers out there! This color is having a major moment right now. I see it cropping up everywhere these days, from accent walls to cabinetry. And it isn’t just one shade in particular. Turquoise, powder blue, navy, and everything in between seems to be sharing the spotlight. The thing I really love about blue is that it pairs so well with other neutrals. Honestly, it’s one of the first choices I gravitate towards when I’m wanting to add color to any given space. If you, too, are feeling the blues (in a good way), take a peek at some of my favorite ways to incorporate this lovely color into your home…

 

Decorate with blue via Simply Grove written by Mindy Bucklew

Image: Apartment Therapy

I’ll take a set of these powder blue dining chairs, please. Paired against a pale backdrop of white walls and a light wood floor, this one simple color addition makes an instant design statement.

Decorate with blue via Simply Grove written by Mindy Bucklew

Image: Deluxe Catalog

A row of beautiful glass jars in varying shades of blue does wonders for this neutral sideboard. Add in the chevron patterned rug and you’ve got a match made in heaven.

Decorate with blue via Simply Grove written by Mindy Bucklew

Image: Halcyon House

This bathroom is speaking my love language. Nothing makes a white tub pop like a stunning tile floor. Adding in warmer elements, like a rustic stool and brass hardware, keeps the space from feeling too cool and sterile.

Decorate with blue via Simply Grove written by Mindy Bucklew

Image: Style by Emily Henderson

A baby blue Smeg fridge just belongs in an all white kitchen, wouldn’t you agree? It’s retro and modern all at the same time. And also really, really cute.

Decorate with blue via Simply Grove written by Mindy Bucklew

Image: Style Me Pretty

This dreamy print, you guys! I can’t get enough of it. In a neutral frame, set against a minty wall and a dark sideboard…well, I’ll just leave it at that.

Mindy Bucklew/Simply Grove Contributor

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  1. I have always wanted a bathroom with blue tiles. It have never came to my mind to use chevron as a style, but now I am sure it stands just perfect. Thanks for gathering all that information and sharing it with us. Also, a great thank you for being such an inspiration to all of us!