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Teal Takeover


by IMAGE
22nd Jan 2014

1. Horseshoe Arch teal cushion, around €60, Sian Elin

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Dulux recently announced teal as their Colour of the Year for 2014, though we’ve spotted it popping up in spring collections and design blogs for a while now. A mellow, yet rich hue, it plays nicely with pastels, a trend that’s still going strong and will continue through the year. Teal also scales well, so whether it’s a pop of colour on a cushion or vase, or you’re going big with teal tiles, it’s an easy trend to work into the home.

1. Horseshoe Arch teal cushion, around €60, Sian Elin

2. Wave wall shelf in teal, €157, Urban Outfitters

3. Dot wall vase in teal, €25.10, Not On The High Street

4. Teal footstool, €689, BoConcept

5. Giant Glass vase, €52, Littlewoods Ireland

6. Folk Flower napkin, around €8, Donna Wilson

7. Orbit wall clock in teal, €39.99, Edition Design Shop

8. Zoe Darlington Harold pendant light, ?218, Anthropologie

9. Le Creuset teal stoneware range, from €12, Debenhams

10. Patinated lamps by Lola Lely, €595 each, Clippings