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Accent pillows
jylmorrison
February 18, 2013 in Design Dilemma
Teal pillows or lime green to best accent chair? Any other suggestions?
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rockbrookway
well both are very trendy colors right now. i guess it matters what else is in the room.
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jylmorrison
Nothing really... Starting from scratch on accent colors
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Darzy
Hi jylmorrison. I like both of your teal or lime green color choices. I propose you go shopping. :) Like HomeGoods, Pier 1, etc and find accessories you love for inspiration and that may help you decide which color(s) to use. You could use both...one in a much smaller dose tho.
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Darzy
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gielliott
Teal and lime would make it bright and contemporary. Plum or pumpkin would make it warm and cozy. Rose would make it girly. Go grab some paint swatches at the paint store and see what you like with the color of the chair, then decide what kind of texture you want. Shiny would be more formal, nubby more casual, etc. Think about the kind of person you are, fun, serious, traditional, etc. and go with your heart.
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