Oct 20, 2014
10 ways to add Tiffany Blue-inspired hues to your home
Tiffany Blue bedroom wallSource: Stacey Van Berkel Credits: Style at Home
Living inside a Tiffany box might be the height of Holly Golightly-style glamour for some, but a little too much for others. You can bring this robin’s egg blue shade into the bedroom by painting a headboard wall in this colour. Note that paint manufacturers aren’t likely to have a shade called Tiffany Blue (it’s a trademarked term), but most paint manufacturers can match any shade you bring to them, so be sure to save your gift boxes and bags if you want a close match.
NightstandSource: Land of Nod Credits: Style at Home
A petite bedside table in a smashing colour can give a drab bedroom an injection of cool. This slender version in a Tiffany Blue-inspired hue is perfect for a small space as well. Turned wooden legs lend it a Swedish antique vibe. Jenny Lind Nightstand, Land of Nod, $199 USD.
DIY drapery panelSource: Nina Teixeira Credits: Style at Home
Drapery you already own, or inexpensive ready-made drapery panels can be given an injection of Tiffany-esque blue with the simple addition of blue grosgrain, velvet or satin ribbon of that colour. You need only to sew it on the leading edge of your drapery panels, which you can later unstitch when it’s time for a change. Ribbon, Mokuba, $14 per metre.