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
While blue rooms often have a beach-house feeling, this bedroom in a New York City loft is 100 percent citified. Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz, whose firm designed the space for a London-based theater producer and restaurant owner, says that velvet is always urban. In addition to the velvet, the room is swathed in layers of other blue fabrics — the same deep, gorgeous shade in subtly different textures. White lamps and night tables make the blue look even more intense.
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