Teal color is a beautiful blend between robin’s egg blue and foliage green – it’s a very unique color that lies on the cool end of the spectrum and adds an understated beauty and grace to every space it is used in. Even though it’s a single color, it does have various hues and tints that vary in lightness and darkness depending on the space and context it is being used in. So further, we’ll take a look at how you can make your interior emulate 50 shades of teal:
1. With whites, wood and greens
This interior design features a basic teal colored accent wall that has been decorated with lots of artwork and photo frames on one half, while the other half features a stylistic pattern that combines different hues of this color. The wood and white accents provide a nice contrast which is complemented by the grey hued furniture and area rug!
2. Leafy greens in the mix
This part of the interior design features a stylish indoor vertical garden that looks absolutely gorgeous against the backdrop of the suspended shelf and its artistic accessories. It plays a nice contrast against the white exposed brick wall and its accompanying aluminum framed window. The overall aesthetic of this nook plays a nice contrast against the largely teal color scheme used in the rest of the interior design.
3. Getting darker
This bedroom interior design features a huge expanse of a wall that boasts a stylish variation of different shades of teal. The accompanying furniture is just as trendy, and the overall design looks absolutely gorgeous. The bed and the bay-window style shelf provides some great wooden accents that are complemented by the floor design.
4. A simple streak
Teal is a color that you can simply use in small amounts to provide a huge visual impact. Just take a look at this bedroom – the slanted design of teal paint is all you need to provide some light, beautiful contrast against the largely wood, white and gray surroundings of the rest of the interior design.
5. Complementary undertones
Every shade of teal makes for some amazing undertones in an interior design. This bedroom features a niche-like wall that provides a plain, teal colored backdrop against the largely neutral material scheme. The effect is truly stunning – especially with the help of the trendy trimming around the window sill.