So, Pantone announced their colour of 2014 as Radiant Orchid. It would be interesting to see how this colour translates into interiors and home wares for the new year.
I am currently loving the colour Teal, a bluish green, also recently Norway’s Fargerike’s colour for 2014.
Sifting through my photo gallery, I have picked out the Teal images that have inspired me lately.
TheTeal door above was spotted in South London. I’m tempted with this colour for a Spring makeover of my front door, currently in Farrow and Ball’s Plummett Grey.
Teal is a perfect accent colour. I also like how the top of my Design Letter cup (above) compliments the peach and terracotta.
The mug sitting on the Kinfolk magazine, was spotted recently at Heath Ceramics, whilst I was in Los Angeles.
Oh how I wished I bought it, but then again it was probably for the better that I didn’t, since I already have such a huge mug collection.
I really love this display of teapots at Ginger and White, a cosy cafe in North London, with the most delicious brunch menu. I also adore how they serve the milk in those cute little bottles on the shelf.
This next image shows how versatile Teal is. The wall colour looks as at home when combined with pastels as it does with more vibrant colours. The vases are from Chive.
Here’s my most recent acquisition, a print by Natalie Singh. I bought it at the recently opened West Elm store in London, part of a curated collection by fellow blogging friend Will Taylor of Bright Bazaar. I love how the Teal here combine so well with the different shades of blues.
Last but not least, I’m loving this Whitby cushion from the lovely chaps at Mini Moderns, spotted only yesterday at the East London Design fair. I am now eyeing the duvet cover for my son’s bedroom for a Spring refresh.
Hope you have enjoyed the post. Have a lovely start to your week. x