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Wednesday, March 7, 2012

So vintage!

Maya lee photographer
Ahhh, so serene. Call it sea foam green or turquoise,  it's a color that can feel soooo vintage or totally modern. It reminds me of the color of the water in Eleuthera, one of my favorite beach destinations! We had to take a small island hopper plane to this tiny island from Turks and Caicos and let me tell you, that was anything but calm. But, once we got there we found the gorgeous pink sand and turquoise colored water so amazing that I quickly forgot about that bumpy plane ride....then again, it could be that the cocktail I gulped immediately upon landing that made it a distant memory.  Today I'm featuring the vintage side of this gorgeous color.  Tune in tomorrow for the modern, wild side!
 Via: Ca.bing.com
Via: House of Turqoise
 Picsdecor.com
www.vintage-turquoise-jewelry.com
 Via: Apartment Therapy
 Via: House of Turquoise
 Via: Pinterest
 Via Colorpalletes.com
  Natalie Spencer photographer 
Cakes by Heather via Urban Nest
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3 comments:

Anonymous said...

My new favorite color! Can you recommend a good paint shade in this color?

Stylelinx said...

Mine too! Here are some great paint colors that will give you these similar looks...& Send me photos when you're done!
Palladian Blue by Benjamin Moore
Rainwash by Sherwin Williams
Borrow light 235 by Farrow & Ball
Blue ground 210 by Farrow & Ball (this one is for the darker look, so if you want that pale shade you'd have to cut it with white)
Sea Mist Green by Benjamin Moore (MY fav)
Hope that helps!xo

The Buzz Blog said...

How lovely! I can image a distressed armoire sporting a rubbed version of this color...
xxoo

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