Blue and Gold are always a great match. This year this match of colors has been an amazing trend and we have been loving the results. That’s why today Home Decor Ideas blog will show some examples of this brilliant home decor tip. We will show you amazing examples of luxury homes for you to get inspired by. From a London mansion to a Balinese villa, shades of blue complement gold accents. Enjoy!
Boca do Lobo makes interior spaces come alive. That’s why we have recreated the elegant Eden Table, made with superior craftsmanship. The present version is made from melted aluminum that can be finished in copper leaf, gold leaf or silver leaf. Inspired by current trends and made with the finest materials, our exclusive furniture creates an atmosphere of irresistible comfort, gracious hospitality, and impeccable taste. We provide a set of two center tables with different sizes. If you decide to use them together, they are ideal for a big sofa (3 to 4 people). If you prefer it, you can use it separately and in this case, you can place it between two elegant armchairs. Eden is perfect for modern living rooms and spacious home offices.
The mystic behind the name inspires Eden. This center table represents a part of the tree of knowledge and the tale of the birth of desire. Boca do Lobo uses the highest quality materials and textures, giving them shapes through objects that create a cosmopolitan luxury environment, finding the finest example in this table. Fully made of polished casted brass, with a delicately engraved top exposing the heart of a golden tree to the very heart of a home. Available a set of two center tables and also an elegant and highly decorative side table.
The bedroom of a Manhattan apartment in the Pierre Hotel decorated by Alexa Hampton is painted in a Farrow & Ball blue, with curtains of a Brunschwig & Fils fabric.
This one is a special room design, where there’s a special game with the lights. Both the blue colour and the gold are the statement colours giving light in the room, even though both of them are only found in the details.
In a living room sitting area of Jamie Drake’s New York City apartment, a Drake-designed cocktail table and sectional sofa in a Sahco fabric are joined by a Pedro Friedeberg Hand chair, a 1950s lacquer low chair, and gold-leafed floor lamps by the Alpha Workshops. The ceiling fixture is by Artemide, the faux-antelope head sculpture is by Michael Combs, and the tabletop sculpture is by Fabio Viale.
Gold makes an impact in any room but looks especially regal when paired with blue, whether navy, cerulean, or powder-blue. In the sitting room of this 1850s London mansion, which was renovated by the interior design firm Haynes-Roberts in collaboration with Stanhope Gate Architecture, the walls are sheathed in a rich blue Rubelli satin. Custom-made Lobmeyr chandeliers sparkle, and the 1932 Picasso above the mantel is flanked by vintage Murano-glass sconces from John Salibello.
In the living room of a Minneapolis home decorated by Michael S. Smith, a piece by Katy Moran hangs above a Franz Kline work on the wall at left, overlooking a sofa in a Lee Jofa fabric, an antique armchair from O’Sullivan Antiques in a blue Scalamandré silk velvet, and a Sultanabad carpet.