Monday, November 22, 2010

Guest Blogger: Kellie from Ada & Darcy



I just find myself always drawn to turquoise, and when I see a bit of pink in there as well, my heart always skips a beat. With a white background and splashes of colour, it makes for a vibrant, happy and beautiful space!



When starting my shop, I found myself naturally drawn to this palette and fortunately my customers love it too. Some of most popular products are my turquoise and pink Moroccan pouffes and customers have selected this beautiful combination for their homes as well.



With Christmas approaching, I'm planning for a turquoise and pink table setting and wrapping to match. My love for this combination continues ... xx

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Thanks for sharing, Kellie!! These are some of my all-time favorite images too. I have the same never-ending love affair with turquoise and pink. You guys have to visit the Ada & Darcy boutique. I know you will love everything you see...and she ships internationally! Definitely check out her blog too, it's filled to the brim with eye candy!

21 comments:

Monica said...

That first room is stunning! I'm saving that to my inspiration files, without a doubt!

Heather said...

You are right Turquoise is a wonderful color! always happy. love the first pic! thanks for sharing. xx

Cara said...

I just bought all turquoise hangers for my closet this weekend!
<3 Cara
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Tonia of Chic Modern Vintage said...

Turquoise & pink table setting would very festive!

Stephanie @ La Dolce Vita said...

Love it! Especially the second photo - that went straight to my saved file!

Sherri Cassara said...

Beautiful! VERY inspiring - fresh and happy and makes me smile. ALSO it makes me want to change from my turquoise and orange wrapping / decor for Christmas! Ha Ha! ; )
http://sherricassaradesigns.blogspot.com/2010/11/turquoise-and-orange.html

Jennifer said...

oooooh pretty! all my bathrooms are different shades of blue -- i love the pink accent idea for a table setting... i may have to move some pink into our half bath to punch it up a little!

xoXOxo
Jenn L @ Peas & Crayons

christine {bijouandboheme} said...

Love Kellie and her shop- such pretty things. Great post and loving pink and turquoise together-one of my favourite combos!!

Alexandra Rae said...

Thanks for the lovely post Kellie. It's all so you!! I love the way you always add a bit of pink to your blues. Everyone, Check out her lovely blog.

Kassi said...

Just lovely!!! Pink and turquoise are my wedding colors!!!

http://myroadtomrs.blogspot.com/

Bog-Bog said...

I love both inetriors!

mydesignchic said...

Love, love these images...the first one is one of my all time favorites!!

Sarah B said...

Kellie has lovely taste, such a sweet blogger too :)

La Dolfina said...

I adore the table setting. It's outside the box with mixing in the sea inspired tablecloth, shells and coral candlestick with the pink and turquoise! Lovely!!

Lisa's Creative Home said...

That bed is to die for!
I love mixing red with aqua in my home. Its just sooo cheerful!

Jesse {GoodGirlGoneGlad} said...

Love that table setting!
xx

India said...

is it a dream? because I am in love! Perfect

Double Glazing Oxford said...

Awesome! Turquoise is really one of great colors you could choose when decorating or designing of something. It matches well with different colors. It feels more refreshing and relaxing seeing those kinds of color around your house. It's very attractive.

Bluebirdy said...

In the second picture from the bottom, those awesome pillows, I saw those in "The Bay", a huge high end store in Canada. The colors were amethyst, turquoise and white, but I didn't see the green colored one. Maybe other stores have those. Google "The Bay" or "Hudsons Bay" to see their stock and to see if they will ship outside of Canada.

R.A. said...

Love those ruffled plates - any word on a resource for them?

Double Glazing Coventry said...

No one could resist the color of turquoise. The room is so girlish and I like it so much. The bedroom is really great. That's the best part for me.

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