Updated: Nov 23, 2020
Following on from my blog post last week where we discussed how you could work this stunning shade into your home, I wanted to create a Pinterest board with some more inspiration if like me, you can't resist a little more navy!
I just love this quote from LivingEtc, which I have to share with you because it really does sum up why it's such a wonderful colour to consider:
Navy shades are adaptable, with a useful ability to offset other colours, as well as straddling many seemingly contradictory moods: timeless or contemporary, glamorous or relaxing. It’s ultimately usable and versatile.
But without further ado, you can find your ready made Pinterest board here, and be sure to head over to my Instagram @happybeams where I'll be running a poll on my stories, to find out which image you'd like me to recreate in my blog post a little later this month, with links to everything you need!
Here are some of my favourites from the Pinterest board... but I'd love to know which you like best. You can give the board a follow or just pin individual images to your own home boards, whichever works best for you!
Dark blue doesn't seem to be going anywhere in the way of kitchen cabinets. It's such a classic shade, that instantly adds a warmth & sophistication to your space.
Navy velvets are stunning whether they're paired with rustic wooden accents or metallic brass finishes, or both as La Grange Interiors shows so well here.
Have you considered using navy in a children's bedroom? This transformation by Sarah-Jane from Just A Little Build is just gorgeous, and will grow with the proud little owner of this room, for many years to come!
And let's not forget how well navy can handle touches of glam mixed in with boho, shown brilliantly by 11 Magnolia Lane.
Last but by no means least, I had to end on a bathroom. Look at these stunning tiles - if you're thinking of using a subway tile, consider looking for a beautiful colour like these, and bonus points for laying them in a more unusual pattern too! This bathroom is what dreams are made of, am I right?
Thanks so much for reading. I hope you enjoy the Pinterest board, and get some more inspiration for how you could bring in some more navy to your home.
Look out for the third post in this mini series coming later this month where I'll be sharing how you can recreate one of these looks, and some of my other favourite navy decor as well! Have a great evening,
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