The popularity of teal in interior design is still going strong and I’m totally okay with that. It’s a fun color with a retro vibe, yet it still feels modern. I really like what Decor Aid has done with teal in this mid century modern vacation home in Connecticut. The mix of teal and pink is a great blend of masculine and feminine colors and the tiny bit of chartreuse just makes the combination even better. We’ll take a closer look at this project later on. But for now, let’s focus on the fantastic color palette they used in the living room.
These particular shades of teal and pink are quite bold so, I like how the designer uses these colors in small amounts with neutrals being the majority of the color palette. A lovely taupe tone is used for the wood ceiling planks and a cool grey can be seen in the upholstery of the modern sectional and also in the rug pattern.
Now, I can’t quite tell from the photos. But, I picture a charcoal black flooring in this space. But, something more in the taupe family or a gray-brown would also be nice. I have to say, my favorite part of this room is the teal chair (I’ve always been a sucker for a retro chair). What’s your favorite part of this look?
If you like this color palette, you might also like my Shaded Spruce color trend post and my Charcoal Black, Stone Gray, Harbor Mist and Charming Taupe product roundups. My Taking a Bland Summer Home to a Mid Century Modern Haven post also coordinates with this palette.
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