True Blue

Everyone says the sky in Colorado seems bluer than anywhere else. We did a little research and found out that it’s true – sort of. In honor of the sky that is so blue and one of our favorite seasons, we are going to share some of our favorite blue finds.

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Usually this time of year, people start using more deep reds, golden yellows and rich browns throughout their homes. Blue gets overlooked – but we’re loving blue for everything from throws to pillows, clutches to linens. It feels a little unexpected but adds a touch of elegance to a room.

Obviously switching out furniture for our seasonal adjustments isn’t feasible for most. We are lucky, though, because we have a 25,000-square-foot warehouse stocked with furnishings and accessories in any color. We get to change out showroom vignettes every week. Talk about feeling like a kid in a candy store!

We are loving multi-colored pillows in different patterns. The coordinate with most any sofa and create a new look for your room. Right in line with pillows, of course, are throws. From deep, rich blue throws to patterned blankets that exude coziness, throws add a nice bit of color – with functionality.

One of our favorite decorating tips is to use objects in unexpected ways. We love stacking a few coffee table books together, showcasing not only the titles but the various hues. Use mismatched bowls as a centerpiece.

The best part of blue is the sheer number of shades. Chambray to a deep, rich blue, navy to royal, there is a blue for you. Try bright hydrangeas in a crystal vase. Or use deep, bold vases by themselves for accent and color.

Oh – and the sky really is more blue in Colorado: “The absorbed blue light is scattered around the sky so everywhere you look you see blue. Because Colorado has such a high altitude and less water vapor in the air, the sky appears bluer.”

 

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