TEAL with a twist of LIME
Today I’m excited to share a giveaway with my blog readers! I’ll give you the details further down this post, but here’s a hint: the giveaway is related to teal and lime decor.
Last year Shades of Light cover page featured a vignette of teal and lime.
I’ve kept that picture as an inspiration, knowing I wanted to incorporate the look into my decor one day. Recently that day came and I painted an accent wall in our piano room teal.
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The color is Benjamin Moore’s Beau Green, # 2054-20. . At nightime, the piano room has a glam sparkle to the wall because of the paint finish. The finish I used was BM’s Regal Select Paint in Semi-Gloss. I really wanted the high gloss sheen but each gallon is very expensive when you add more gloss to an interior wall paint. The semi-gloss turned out to have plenty of gloss and still has the lacquer look I was going for.
Please note that this type of gloss looks best on flat , non-textured walls. If your walls have any type of orange peel texture, then the gloss won’t look right. Gloss shows imperfections in texture or lumps.
Here’s a few more shots of the piano room with teal, lime & turquoise accents.
Turquoise is the sister to teal and these colors just make me feel good! Adding a citrus touch of lime to the palette is a great accent.
Kravet’s Windsor Smith’s Archipelagos fabric in lime, is a great accent color to use in a teal room:
Would you like to incorporate lime into your decor? Here’s your chance with our giveaway today!!
We’re giving away your choice of a beautiful 12″ x 16″ linen pillow cover in either your choice of :
Kravet Windsor Smith’s lime Archipelagos
Maine Cottage’s Mod Rosie pattern