A Little Bit About the Color Blue
Did you know that blue is the overwhelming favorite color? Well it is! Blue is seen as trustworthy, dependable and committed. The color blue is considered the least “gender specific” color and has an equal appeal to both men and women. It is the color of the ocean and the sky and it is perceived as a constant in our lives. It is the color of the spirit and it invokes rest and can also cause the body to produce chemicals that are calming. Here are 16 beautiful ways that blue has been used in these interior spaces…..inspiring ways, for sure…..
Interior Designer: Martyn Lawrence Bullard. Photographer: Roger Davies
Contemporary Porch by Juan Montoya Design. Photography: Björn Wallender.
Contemporary Living Room. Architect: Robert A.M. Stern. Interior Designer: S.R. Gambrel, Inc. Photographer: Eric Piasecki.
Contemporary Kitchen. Architect: Robert A.M. Stern. Interior Designer: S.R. Gambrel, Inc. Photographer: Eric Piasecki.
Traditional Kitchen. Designer: Mark Gillette. Photography: Luke White.
Beach Living Room, Harbor Island, Bahamas. Designer: Alessandra Branca. Photography: William Waldron.
Modern Dining Room. Designer: D’Apostrophe Design, Inc. Photography: Thomas Loof.
Traditional Kitchen in the Home of Dave DeMattei and Patrick Wade’s California home. Photography: William Waldron.
Traditional Dining Room in Dave DeMattei and Patrick Wade’s home.
Traditional Office/Library in home of Dave DeMattei and Patrick Wade.
Traditional Living Room in the home of Dave DeMattei and Patrick Wade.
A traditional dining room from Designer CarolEgan Interiors. Photography: Scott Frances.
Contemporary Bathroom by Designer: Cesare Rovatti. Photographer: Oberto Gili.
Traditional Master Bedroom of Brooke Sheilds. Designer: David Flint Wood. Photography: William Waldron.
Traditional Bedroom in Beverly Hills, California. Designer: Michael S. Smith. Photography: Scott Frances.
Traditional Dining Room in South Africa. Designer: David Kleinberg Design Associates. Photography: Eric Piasecki.