For many, the thought of teal color scheme is intimidating. Surprisingly, such a bold color can be really versatile when implemented in a home’s decor. From walls, furnishing and accessories teal can be just the color to add some interest in your design scheme. In this article, we’re going to show you how you can pull of this hue in a way that complements your home’s interior.
First, off, teal is a mixture of blue and green. To make it lighter and vivid it’s mixed with white. At its brightest, it’s filled with yellow undertones. Warmer shades of teal have undertones of charcoal which make it darker. At its darkest, it looks similar to slate green.
From traditional to contemporary, teal can be incorporated in any style. Here are some ways you use teal in your interior.
All Teal Couch
Can you imagine a teal couch in your formal living room? A teal sofa makes for a great statement piece. The question is will it blend with your accessories and other pieces of furniture? Although, a bold color in many instances teal acts a neutral. It complements warm colors such as burgundy, black, and gold.
Teal and Navy
Create a soft contrast by combining navy and teal. Such a pairing gives birth to elegance. For instance, you can use navy blue as your wall paint and lots of teal accessories in the space. If you’re feeling especially bold you can incorporate teal furniture to complete the look.
Teal and White Dining Room
Do something different with your dining area by using teal and white in this space. Drench the walls in a muted teal with gray undertones. Leave the trim and crown molding crisp white to really make the teal pop. You can even keep it traditional with your choice of dining table and chairs with this design scheme.
Teal and Gray
You can ease yourself into a teal decor scheme by using teals with charcoal undertones. By pairing muted teal accessories with gray furnishings, you create a look that is easy on the eyes but still charming.
You can also pair teal with different shades of green and blue.