Got the winter blues? Hopefully not the emotional blues, but we’ve got the design blues here.
The trend of the color blue and all its many shades of emotional bliss is still in full swing when it comes to decorating homes and apartments. This wonderful blue living room idea we found at See the Spark opens one’s eyes to the possibilities of using blue to enhance your apartment.
Blue of course is unlimited in shade value, as we see in this powder blue retro kitchen and breakfast suite designed by Brandon Barre. Shades of blue can be too numerous to name, but here are a few: azure, beryl, cerulean, cobalt, cornflower, cyan, indigo, midnight, navy, Prussian, Robin’s egg, royal, sapphire, sky, slate, or steel blue.
And the meaning of blue: Blue is calming. It was named the color of the year in 2008. Blue has qualities of stability, spiritual and mystical when combined with purple, and mysteriousness. Dark blues are associated with intelligence, unity, integrity, stability, and being conservative.
Though, this wonderful bed design is far from conservative. Found this lovely idea at Home Decoration Collection.
Ah, a piece of perfection in a blue designed home. Clear glass chandelier with blue silk shades and blue Murano glass crystals. Murano Imports.com.
To adorn your walls with blue beauty, consider a painting in blue tones to enhance a blank space. This painting is by Megan Sax.
Feeling blue can lead to endless decorating ideas in your apartment. Consider the color blue to enhance you space and create a calming, stable, and inviting environment to live in and share.
If you are looking to rent a new apartment, moving can be a hassle. Check out the Renters Corner at the top of this blog for useful links to help your move be easy and stress-free. Apartments i Like has useful info for renters and landlords.