One look at this room, and you know why blue is America’s favorite color, and blue-and-white is a classic all around the world. Photo: Sam Moore Furniture.
For a truly new start this season, go beyond spring cleaning and refresh with some new furniture in cool, pale tints. Weathered light denim blue is a big color this season, along with aqua, primrose yellow, seafoam and blush.
Sleek, curvy furniture shapes in the crisp blue and white combination above on the Carson sofa evoke the cool grace of a sailboat on a lake.
This Sanctuary dining room looks freshly sprung from a fairytale castle in the woods. Graceful curves, ornamental swirls and a perfect mix of blue, white and wood tones create an eclectic bohemian look. Photo: Hooker Furniture.
Refresh with taupe-brown, grey, cream and oyster white, and you have a look that’s tranquil, youthful and chic. These hues are versatile, so you can change up the look later with some warmer, darker accents and still keep the lighthearted air.
Grays and pastel tints are always sophisticated, but a little extra something can make them youthful and fun. This credenza’s bas-relief surface treatment adds extra dash to a chic, cool scheme. Photo: Hooker Furniture.
These perfect pales, such as this pale green on the Riley Sectional below, are already a bit weathered, so they’re easy to live with. Because the modern definition of luxurious definitely includes kids, dogs and informal entertaining!
At home with virtually any color, this weathered pale green is as versatile as a neutral but more interesting and organic. Lilac tints shown here blend well. Photo: Sam Moore Furniture.
The timing for infusing springtime tints into your home could not be better, because now through May 2, 2016, all Hooker Furniture and Sam Moore Furniture and Bradington-Young Furniture is on sale nationwide during a Spring Savings Event.. You can find participating retailers here.
How do you keep a lived-in room looking fresh and clean? Start with artful pieces in weathered white wood for a light effect that doesn’t mind a little wear. Add inviting upholstery in more white with some subtle tints of color. Add punch with a great springtime color like vivid yellow-green, blush or sky blue. Photo: Hooker Furniture.
It’s so much easier to get up in the morning when you’re greeted by this sunny springtime tint. Photo: Yvonne-estelles.com
Tints of blue and white are the essence of fresh; paired with crocus purples and yellow-greens, they say “spring garden” most eloquently. Photo: Yvonne-estelles.com
Brilliant aqua blue, edgy chartreuse and lots of fresh whites make a beautiful springtime scheme. The large-scale ikat pattern is another fun modern classic we’ll enjoy forever. Photo: Sam Moore Furniture.
Leather furniture, prized for timeless comfort, gets a youthful update with a contemporary design. A mix of mineral-hued neutrals and lots of fresh white create a decorating scheme that’s easy, urbane and chic. Photo: Bradington-Young Furniture.
Blush, also known as rose quartz, is a versatile tint men and women alike can enjoy for its calm, flattering glow. One of today’s top fashion tints, blush has staying power in a stressful world. In a super-modern design like this swing-arm reading lamp, blush is as cool as you like. Photo: Bed, Bath & Beyond.
Pastel tints can be utterly sophisticated. A mix of candy pastels is chic when the pattern is a striking inspired geometric. Photo: onekingslane.com
Clever modern design rules in every detail of this energetic scheme. Beautiful aqua and other cool pastels are edged in dark wood accents and flooded with white. Photo: Sam Moore
What keeps modern style fresh and friendly is abundant here with the slim-lined Archer Recliners.
Open the windows, warm weather is here!