SOMETHING IN THIS SHADE…

It’s moody, but not dark. Sophisticated, but not stuffy. It might be my most favorite color in the world right now…
1 Rachel Taylor by Nick Leary styled by Trevor Stones for Vogue AU
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It’s not your typical teal… so what do you call it? I’m especially loving how it looks accented with these warm buttery backgrounds…

*images via fgr and style me pretty

37 responses on “SOMETHING IN THIS SHADE…

  1. amydancingfish

    I would call that Peacock Blue… It’s one of my favorite shades of teal. I painted my home desk that color. Love!

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  2. Marissa

    Seconds on the regal sounding Peacock Blue. I painted my room that color in high school (with a horrible huge poster of Keanu Reeves!).

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  3. Natalie

    Peacock Blue… its one of my favorites, especially for fall with a little pop of burnt orange. LOVE IT!

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  4. null

    The color is mallard blue, like on a mallard duck. It’s a little more green than peacock blue. Love this color!

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  5. Blythe

    I love this color! So regal and gutsy. Looks good on everyone, even pale redheads like me! Never realized how great it looks with golds/yellows.

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  6. Carl

    Regardless of what color it is, it’s great. I love this range of color. I’ve always wanted to do a modernist room around such a color. ~best

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  7. Emily

    I would call it awesome sauce…nothing else. I was watching a home design show and a woman painted her middle island that color. It looked amazing with her white cabinets. Just killer.

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  8. EDYTA and CO. INTERIOR DESIGN

    Yesssss I LOVE this color too and it is also my favorite color. I would love to know where that dress is from- so beautiful!

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  9. Something Old, Something New

    Great color! Perfect for Fall – I’m thinking a sweater in this color with some leggings or jeans and tall brown boots!

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About Cassandra LaValle

Cassandra LaValle is the founder and editor-in-chief of coco+kelley where she explores trends in fashion, decor and entertaining, highlighting pieces that exude classic design and glamour. As a designer, she consults clients across the globe on styling their homes and private events from her offices in Seattle.

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