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Blue is Royal: 18 Ways to Get Your Blue On



There’s a depth and calm that comes with blue in its royal and navy forms. It can lend some Kate Middleton chic or add grounded soulfulness like the sound of Jennifer Warnes singing “Famous Blue Raincoat.” Wide ranging, never inappropriate, ages well. Go blue.

CLIO SOFA (above), in Midnight Blue velvet, Graham and Green available in multiple sizes, from $3,500

 


THE STRIPE REVERSIBLE SHOWER CURTAIN,
 Garnet Hill, $88

 


BLUE BARS RUG
, The Land of Nod, available in 4' x 6', 5' x 8', 8' x 10', $299-$799; Crate & Barrel, Lone Tree

“The deeper the blue becomes, the more strongly it calls man towards the infinite...” —Wassily Kandinsky


ERROL LAMP
, Arteriors, $300; 23.5"H, 10"D, clear glass layered over cobalt blue core

 


​NIGHTLIGHTS
by Ramey Caulkins of Griffin Design Source, $35 each; Shops at 9th Avenue

 


STAR & CROSS AZUL TILES 
by Fireclay, $35/square foot; Decorative Materials, Denver

 


​OUIGI PILLOWS
, $140 each; Bloom by Anuschka, Denver

 


LARGE PALOMA VASE,
handmade and handpainted by Talavera Vázquez in Dolores Hidalgo, Mexico, $110; Emilia Ceramics, Boulder

 

“Beauty is the harmony of purpose and form.” —Alvar Aalto

 


JASMINE CHANDELIER
in Yves Klein Blue, Thomas & Vines,  multiple sizes starting at $600

 


(Clockwise from top left:) TARRAGON, HALIE EMBROIDERY, GOA, and BIRDING WALLPAPERS by Thibaut, $48-$143 per roll; MODA Antica, Denver

 


​MINI-UNIKKO TRAY
, Marimekko, made of birch plywood, $35

 


TURNER CREDENZA
in Navy, also available in White, Black, Orange and Ebonized Oak, $4,100 as pictured; Jonathan Adler, Denver

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