When Pantone announced that 2016 would have two official colors, there was no directive that the two had to be used in concert. So, if you’re more of a “blue person” than a “pink person”, consider these items for your serenity blue decor…
This dining chair from Pier1 has a mid century vibe and beautiful (serenity) blue linen upholstery. It’s clean lines would compliment a motley of styles.
Slathered in a serenity blue drip glaze, this mug and saucer by Seva Art is handmade and just beautiful. It’s ok to leave out dirty dishes when they’re this pretty.
Leave it to Williams Sonoma to create a coral sculpture this life-like–and in serenity blue nonetheless!
Reminiscent of tea paper or foxed mirrors, this wallpaper boasts a metallic sheen with a tinge of blue. It would look incredible in a dining room or on any ceiling.
I don’t know about you, but I am far from over the ombre trend–especially when it comes to dip dyed curtains. Hanging a pair like this close to the ceiling and letting them pool on the floor a little would add height and drama to a room–not to mention a pop of serenity.
Globe thistles naturally bloom in a vibrant blue-violet shade. Dried, the color softens to a pale blue with just a hint of lavender. So, not only is the color perfect for serenity blue decor, but these botanical beauties don’t need water and will last for years.
Weathered leather takes on a certain charm in dusty blues. This collection of vintage books–in serenity blue–provides another means for adding serene shades of blue to a room.