Sunday, November 25, 2012

Getting The Best of Blue

This is truly a one of a kind...inspired by Pantone's, Monaco Blue, color for 2013, I hand mixed the colors myself to get the look I was after for this piece. The turquoise cracked glass knobs from Anthropologie inspired the two toned variation. I think the combination of the blues with the perfect amount of distressing make this piece a show stopper! Don't you agree?

And here, I styled it a bit more organic and less traditional.

This lovely thing is for sale here on my Etsy shop, The Turquoise Iris:) Sorry...this piece is SOLD.

Hope your week is fun and plentiful!

Linking up to Miss Mustard Seed FFF.


  1. so, so beautiful! I love the mix of the darker and lighter blue....and the knobs are amazing.

  2. beautiful!

  3. oooooh baby, now this i realllllly like! va va voom.

    hope you'll have a moment to stop by, and i'm hosting a giveaway as well today:

    peace to you.


  4. Stunning color-stunning execution!

    Small House / Big Sky Donna
    White Oak Studio Designs
    Hand-Painted Vintage Furniture Transformations


  5. Oh my goodness....your pieces are absolutely beautiful! Am so grateful to Miss Mustard Seed for sharing you with me! Kristina (Gatherings Vintage & Found Objects)

  6. Love it! I am especially drawn to the lampshade in the first photo. Did you make it? If so, do you sell lampshades in your etsy shop?

    Thanks so much!

  7. Congrats on being featured by MMS! She is so right everything is so well done from the paint, to the knobs through the styling!You have the vision and the talent! I am your newest follower!

    Small House / Big Sky Donna
    White Oak Studio Designs, Hand-Painted Vintage Furniture Transformations

  8. Can you share the color blue used? I absolutely love this color and would like to make something similar?