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This office takes on a fun yet sophisticated feel incorporating the cool grays and shades of teal.  This is how I  got this look:

seafoam, aqua + white office
{ Image via Martha Stewart }

Wallpaper:  This tonal stripe from Graham & Brown evokes the same feel as the inspiration room.
Shelf: The now classic Expedit Shelf feels more sophisticated thanks to a few coats of teal paint. 
Baskets: Adding a wash of color over these inexpensive baskets would recreate this look.
Memo Board: Constructing a simple frame using big box store moulding would be a simple DIY.  Simply line the inside of the frame in a coordinating teal linen fabric.
Chair: Similar chairs can be found at antique stores or Craigslist if you keep an open eye...
Garden Stool: Any shape Garden stool would work in a space like this.  The cutouts provide more interest.
Desk: Simple, Clean lines allow the room to have a visual rest.
Lamp: Adding a fun pop of color on the desk adds a reinforcement of the color pallet.

Add some books & some pottery & you too could be living in this Teal Office.

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  1. Hey! I just discovered your blog and i LOVE it!! I wanted to know if you know the color of teal paint is on your design board??

    Thank you!!


    1. I believe it was Key Largo Green by Benjamin Moore. Thanks Allie!


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