Not just for beach houses and boys' rooms, decorating with blue can be original and urbane. Take a look at these beautiful blue rooms by color-savvy designers.
By Susan KleinmanMore in Decorating
Designer Andrew Suvalsky likes to complement blue with one earth tone or neutral color to make the look more modern. Without an earth tone, anything from cream to beige to brown, blue color combinations will feel more traditional. Suvalsky's room, shown here, is an example of making blue modern.
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