Relaxed Unique Look Gray and Teal Living Room

Mar 20th

Gray and teal living room are versatile colors. From the light, pastel colors for their deep and jewel-toned colleagues, blue and green can be used together in a living room to create a unique look. Consider the room’s decor, wall accents and decor to determine if you want a relax or opulent style living room. A traditional or Victorian living room design style uses subdued and lighter colors of teal and gray.

Gray And Teal Living Room

In land areas of the Victorian era, paints were mixed with pigments and available local produce. Teal color wash for wood walls was made with egg and buttermilk, says the Victorian Station. Blue and green living room wall colors can vary from light to dark. Depending on the location of the home (darker in cities) and the importance of space, as “deep, rich colors enhance the meaning of a room”.

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For a Victorian look, paint walls blue or teal shades if the room tends to darken and has less light. Dark shades if the room has plenty of light. So Victorian houses dark due to lack of light and heavy window treatments. Add gold item and heavy fabrics for curtains and heavyset furniture with decorations to mimic Victorian abundance.

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