Teal can be a challenging color to use in interior design. It's becoming more popular though since it can be a cool and soothing color as well as rich. Use these design tips to discover the best colors to pair with teal. You'll have no issue using it in your home design by following these ideas.
Teal is a showstopper of a color. Fresher than the '80s version, this new teal hue looks chic in any palette but especially when paired with sister shades of blue. Keep in mind: Price and stock could change after publish date, and we may make money from these links.
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The Combo Library contains pages of teal color combinations (a.k.a, color schemes and color palettes) for you to choose from. Each color scheme contains the html color codes you will need when coding your website template. The hex codes can be found underneath each of the color swatches.
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Teal pops with bright white, and its color wheel match is coral. But it also works with cream, navy, pinks and especially gold and brown tones. Nothing looks quite so good as a gold-framed mirror against a teal wall.
Tantalizing Teal paint color SW 6937 by Sherwin-Williams. View interior and exterior paint colors and color palettes. Get design inspiration for painting projects.
If you love the color teal, you will not be disappointed with SW Riverway. This teal paint color gets the teal point across, without being to bright and bold. I cannot say enough good about it and I highly recommend it if you are in the market for a beautiful teal paint color!
Place a color-coordinating throw carpet on the floor to create warmth and depth in the space. Neutral Wood Tones Opt for neutral wood tones to complement your teal and burgundy living room colors.