Duck egg living rooms? Yes, that’s exactly what’s written here. For you who don’t know. We’re not talking about living rooms with duck egg decors, but rather the colors of duck eggs. This light blue, green, greyish pastel color is the perfect tone to give your living a soft almost dollish look. For those who love the pastels as much as we do. Take a look these living rooms that would even make duck eggs jealous.
This gorgeous living room shows you exactly how you can use duck egg blue in your interior. This living room designed by Russian interior designer Varvara Shabelnikova uses this pastel color for the couch and as accents throughout the whole room. Next, to that, she uses hints of a golden brown to add more warmth and life to this room. It safe to say, anyone would be happy to call this their home.
Wood in the fireplace, light touches of duck egg blue throughout the room and a lot of natural light. Many words are not needed to convey the tranquillity of this living exudes.
This next living room was just too cute to leave out of this list. It has a beautiful duck egg blue couch and carpet go perfectly together. And we simply adore the duck egg blue wallpaper with the flowers that also makes its appearance in the pillows and little boxes under the table. The mirror that makes the room feel twice as big and the abundance of natural light. All that combined ties the whole room together.
Here we have a Scandinavian living room that shows us happens when you’re not afraid to play with colors. The way the bright yellow armchair and the dark curtain interact with the pastels is just amazing. This room just makes us smile. It’s the perfect balance between hard and soft, and color and print.
Lastly, this next living room is just a treat, nice beige couches with a stunning duck egg blue wallpaper that’s also repeated in the pillows are truly striking. What makes this living room so special is that it’s clear to see what inspired this room. The feminine tables and side tables, color scheme, prints, mirrors, and chandeliers this is a modern-day living room from the Renaissance.
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