Colour Focus: Turquoise

This quintessential coastal colour can easily bring a homey and inviting vibe to your home.

Updated on July 17, 2018 8:07 am

Luisa Wong

Colour Focus: Turquoise

Cool, charming, and energetic. Turquoise is a colour that you’d definitely want to use to perk up your space. In colour psychology, turquoise has the ability to control and heal emotions—thus, it can create emotional stability and balance. With its dominantly blue hue with a subtle yellow shade, this colour that belongs to the blue-green family can definitely uplift your mood and stabilise it if you are going through a roller coaster of emotions.

Give your home a recharged look by using turquoise in your interiors. Here's how:

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1. Like other vibrant and bright colours, you can use turquoise in your accent wall as it brings dynamic energy to any space. If you pair it with crisp white trimmings and furnishings, you can even get a tropical vibe in your home.

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2. A pop of turquoise on any neutral space can add a focal interest as well as elegance. No matter where you put this colour, it naturally stands out and gives a visual landing spot to the space.

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3. Neutrals are the common colour choice when creating a colour palette with turquoise. However, turquoise can also be paired with other bold colours. Its subtlety will add depth to the sea of loud, vibrant colours.

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4. The stillness and calmness of this colour is perfect for snoozing. So where else to use it best than in your nursery. It’s relaxing, it’s refreshing—plus, it's gender-neutral!

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5. Turquoise gives a playful touch to any space. Tickle your senses by using this colour as room accent. Adding turquoise-hued drapes to your living room will perfectly frame your windows and create a nice contrast to your white walls.


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