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Indigo

Tips for using the bold colour Indigo in your home.

Getting Started

Getting Started

Although it may seem a daunting colour to begin with, when layered with other shades and a combination of patterns, it is a very versatile colour. For south facing rooms that are warmed with natural sunlight it looks beautiful when teamed with contrasting bright whites, reminiscent of the Greek islands. For colder, north facing schemes, indigos combined with beachy beiges create a softer, warmer mood. 

Living Room

Layering of patterns really brings the colour to life. For the living room use the striking floral or a softer floral fabric as the curtain fabric for an instant focal point then work around this combining a deep upholstery fabric with a light check on the furniture.

Children's Room

Children's Room

These colours can work great in a children’s bedroom too. Try a quirky print such as Elephants  on the curtains and team with a sandy coloured carpet and simple walls. A pinboard covered in one of our ginghams makes a great functional addition.

Bathroom

For bathrooms, keep it simple with a roman blind in a bold indigo striped fabric and team with striking indigo tiles and white flooring. Bathroom accessories in intricate patterns will keep the scheme alive.

Master Bedroom

Master Bedroom

Indigo is especially perfect for bedrooms, creating a calming atmosphere. Teaming the luxury of our Polo faux silk used on an interlined roman blind and decorative cushions, with Leonardo Milano as a headboard creates a beautifully elegant and relaxing mood. For maximum impact add a bold floral print for full length curtains that pool on the floor. Bringing in other hues will balance the scheme, so try an upholstered chair in a plain fabric with a more more delicate print as a cushion and team with accessories in all shades of blue to create a monochromatic colour scheme. 

Kitchen

Kitchen

Using indigo fabric in a kitchen may seem an unusual choice, but when combined with the complementary shade of orange that terracotta tiles provide, a wonderful scheme is created. For a country kitchen use a bold indigo check for curtains and blinds teamed with a smaller gingham check fabric for seat cushions. For a modern city kitchen, a statement print in this shade of blue will really make your room stand out from the crowd. Combine with white units for a striking finish.

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