Photo Gallery: Tiffany Blue Inspired Rooms
We’ve got a case of the Tiffany blues.
Greet your guests with a hint of Tiffany Blue.
A large-scale-patterned wallpaper covers the wall in this small condo entrance. Undaunted by the closet, the homeowner continued the pattern across the door and painted the frame the same pale blue found in the print. She also chose a matching doorknob for a lovely coordinated look.
A standout sideboard in a bright hue takes centre stage.
Tiffany & Co.’s distinctive blue offers a feminine pop of colour that’s a bit bright for walls but brings new life to furniture and accents. Elegantly retro, it suits the vintage lines of this Regency-style sideboard found at a thrift store for $70. Simple white pulls and bleached oak flooring keep the look modern. Floral wallpaper featuring the hue highlights the panelling here; recreate the effect with inexpensive moulding.
Highlight floor-to-ceiling windows with bright drapery.
Master colourist Jamie Drake dresses his rooms like a fashion designer: with equal parts drama, restraint and style. Here, turquoise blue is the star accessory. Drake carries it through the room in the drapes, ottoman and candleholders. Combined with pops of yellow, the room has a tropical feel despite mostly traditional elements.
A 19th-century London home with vintage charm.
A reclaimed teak dining table, purchased at a London furniture shop, is paired with an antique French sideboard. The Chinese dining chairs, circa 1900, are from a shop in Notting Hill. High mouldings and shuttered windows are enviable period features.
A coastal Sarah Richardson design filled with breezy elegance.
This space bears all the hallmarks of Sarah Richardson’s signature style and richly detailed, decorative aesthetic. The formality of the traditional dining room is tempered by whimsical patterned wallpaper in Tiffany-box blue. The chandelier, a Murano glass design, is a pared-down version of a more traditional lighting fixture. A mirrored sideboard adds an element of sparkle.
Glam meets modern in this posh pad.
This Los Angeles bedroom by Canadian–born design darling Tamara Kaye–Honey is brimming with understated glamour. By pairing white with bold and subtle blues, the designer achieves a serene, monochromoatic effect. A large-scale photo by iconic photographer Slim Aarons acts as a focal point and echoes the room’s subdued colour palette. The Asian Foo Dog lamps and silver-tasseled Moroccan wedding blanket lend the room an exotic allure.
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A vintage ceiling fixture adds a retro feel to a feminine bedroom.
Blue and acid green colours set a soothing tone in the principal bedroom. A flashy ceiling fixture and headboard upholstered in an iconic David Hicks hexagon pattern blend effortlessly with a pair of low-hung ornate sconces — the resulting mix is the epitome of Sasha Seymour’s ’70s Parisian-apartment vision.
See before & after photos of Sasha Seymour’s Townhouse Reno in our photo gallery. Also, watch a tour of her retro-inspired home in this online TV segment. See more pretty, Tiffany-inspired interiors in our photo gallery.
Choose muted aqua walls for a calming effect.
Mad Men actor and interior designer Bryan Batt featured this serene bedroom in his recent design book Big, Easy Style. The Benjamin Moore wall colour is appropriately named Sweet Dreams. The toile drapery and headboard add a touch of pattern, while white side tables, Jonathan Adler ceramic lamps and a white duvet offer crisp contrast.
For a fresh style, keep the look casual but composed.
A Louis bed, snapped up for $200 at a garage sale, sits in the bedroom of designer Sharon Mimran’s daughter. Drapery, linens and chandelier crystals in pale blue tones brighten the dark wood furniture.
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Contrasting colours brighten up this kid-friendly room.
The twins’ room in the 2010 Princess Margaret Showhome was designed for two girls. Dark and light play against each other with ebony wood beds and a pastel colour palette. The textured, round rug provides softness underfoot in the centre of the room, while layers of patterned fabric keep the space classic and feminine.
One overarching colour theme gives the varied ceiling heights a cohesive look.
Designer Tom Scheerer opened up the attic in this small late nineteenth-century home and turned it into a beachy bedroom complete with a bathroom in the back. Aqua blue paint sets a serene backdrop for the white bedding and canopy. Vintage fixtures and dormer windows add character to the design.
White and aqua add punch to an eclectic bathroom.
Homeowner Heather Cameron wanted to give the principal ensuite bathroom in her South Surrey, B.C., home a fresh update. She started with clean white and aqua walls and replaced the existing jacuzzi tub with a gorgeous fibreglass clawfoot style painted to complement the walls. East meets West with vintage café curtains, a sparkly chandelier and a decorative Buddha statue.
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