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As I found turquoise coffee maker after turquoise kitchen towels after turquoise colander, she said, “You should make this into a post. I would’ve loved this.” So here we are, my friends.


Wow! What a portfolio of turquoise! That was quite comprehensive. The photos that included other pops of color (besides white and turquoise) are much more interesting visually. Bright yellow, in small doses, would enliven a mono color palette. Better yet, bright yellow and a pastel like green or pink or even coral, would be visually more interesting, have more depth and bring more richness to the space. I think that might be true for most mono color palettes. That one extra color, or two, makes a surprisingly beautiful difference without compromising the core color vibe. I really enjoy reading your blog and the details you provide in both photography and content. You are so very talented and I applaud and commend your creativity! I hope to purchase something from your vintage shop soon! Thank you!


SouthsideshellyPOctober 18, 2016 at 2:44 PMWow! What a portfolio of turquoise! That was quite comprehensive. The photos that included other pops of color (besides white and turquoise) are much more interesting visually. Bright yellow, in small doses, would enliven a mono color palette. Better yet, bright yellow and a pastel like green or pink or even coral, would be visually more interesting, have more depth and bring more richness to the space. I think that might be true for most mono color palettes. That one extra color, or two, makes a surprisingly beautiful difference without compromising the core color vibe. I really enjoy reading your blog and the details you provide in both photography and content. You are so very talented and I applaud and commend your creativity! I hope to purchase something from your vintage shop soon! Thank you!ReplyDelete


This past weekend I was helping a friend put together her wedding registry. Her future husband is loving soul who told her to register for whatever she wanted, as long as she included a few tools and beer-related items. Since he bowed out of tackling their registry, she asked if I could help her find some turquoise kitchen decor and appliances because she knows I’m an awesome Internet searcher. (I’ve been called a “wizard” and that the FBI should have me on retainer.)


Thanks for your kind words! So nice to hear you enjoyed this round up. I kept saving/pinning all of these turquoise goodies for myself, haha, and thought I'd share for anyone else who wants a little dose of aqua in the kitchen. I agree: aqua and orange or bright yellow look sooooo good together. I've been adding warm wood tones and pastel jadeite greens to my kitchen but still keeping the monochromatic vibe. There's colorful art above the stove and to the right of the window that do the rest of the work for me, lol.


When we got married in 2011 the Martha Stewart line at Macy’s had a bunch of turquoise accessories – collander, spatula, etc. We received many as gifts and still use them frequently! I’m drooling over those SMEG small appliances. I <3 their fridges but let's face it, they may never be in our budget, so I can get my SMEG fix with the kettle instead! Great roundup!


Left Arrow Right Arrow 19 of 20 Grid View See All Touch of Turquoise Cheery details can give a spare, modern room a more lived-in feel. Choose strategic spots for working in bright bursts of color: overhead lighting, bar stools, countertop accessories.


Touch of Turquoise Cheery details can give a spare, modern room a more lived-in feel. Choose strategic spots for working in bright bursts of color: overhead lighting, bar stools, countertop accessories.


Retro Kitchen We've made shopping for your kitchen easy by grouping the best of our kitchen and tableware items in one place. Here you'll find classic diner dispensers, wall clocks, glass and tin canisters, and vintage inspired tin signs and removable wall decals. We also have wall phones, made to look like 50s pay phones, as well as flour sack dishtowels and cutting boards that are perfect for protecting the countertop. The well-dressed vintage kitchen begins with a cool 1950s style wall clock. It sets the mood for the room, and serves as a great accent color. Our diner style dispensers and coffee mugs capture a vintage feel and they're plenty durable. For everyday dinner service, we offer melamine sets in truly retro styles and patterns. Add vintage style glassware, and your dining table is complete. Dressing kitchen walls is a snap with tin signs with food themes and old-time advertising. Wall decals add color and flair, and they're easy to remove when the mood strikes. Table linens help create a charming everyday or holiday look. Try a pairing a vintage design tablecloth with matching napkins, all in machine washable cotton. These are just some of the ways you can have fun while personalizing your kitchen with retro accents!


Awww it's so lovely that you still have him! You're so creative, I'm sure you'll find a way to use him in your decor. It would be such a pity to send him away in his old age when he needs you the most. (I'm not helping, am I? :) )


Welcome to the Lakehouse! I'm so thrilled you stopped by! I'm Tanya, a writer and maker enjoying slow living on the shores of Lake Superior. Dans le Lakehouse is where I share colorful home decor ideas, modern DIY projects, delicious (mostly) healthy recipes, snippets of lake life and so much more!Click on my photo to read more about Dans le Lakehouse.tanya@danslelakehouse.com


I'm so thrilled you stopped by! I'm Tanya, a writer and maker enjoying slow living on the shores of Lake Superior. Dans le Lakehouse is where I share colorful home decor ideas, modern DIY projects, delicious (mostly) healthy recipes, snippets of lake life and so much more!Click on my photo to read more about Dans le Lakehouse.tanya@danslelakehouse.com