|Image of Pacific Palisades house by interior designer Madeline Stuart.|
A good way to test your level of color tolerance is to simply do what I did and incorporate a few blue accent pieces. Artwork, lamps and decorative pillows are subtle entrees into blissful blue hues, and they can be changed with ease and at little expense.
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When it's time to really jump into those blue waters, I think I would gravitate to a blue sofa. I've never met a blue sofa that didn't appeal to me.
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While blue is a very mellow fellow, I think it's also a bold and memorable design choice. A blue sofa will dominate a room - becoming an unforgettable piece no matter what else the room holds.
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Even in a room full of character, blue can command attention. It's a friendly color that loves to keep company with just about any other shade.
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I really like the way blue seating is often paired with wall art. Maybe every gallery should consider a few blue blazes of color.
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When I'm feeling blue, it's not a bad thing. Around my home loving eyes and endless clear skies are awash in blue hues, so it's really a color that speaks to my heart. It's the color of love!