Peacock in Decorating
Peacock feathers and peacock colors specifically as they apply to home decor. (A particular project.) The rest of the gorgeous peacock pins (some duplicated) are in "Pretty in Peacock."
"Peacock blue living room: Jewel shades add a touch of drama, but also provide a warm, intimate feel to this living space. Velvet upholstery, a thick rug and dark wood add a luxurious element." -- "Chosen by Ideal Home; Photograph by Dominic Blackmore" -- Click through for links to the sources for the individual pieces.
While I like the dining room, this is pinned for the gorgeous upholstered peacock-feather-fabric bench. -- This is by "Reath Design | Los Angeles Interior Design » SANTA MONICA CANYON"
"Fresh Peacock Linen pillow cover," by bestlove2u, via Etsy -- Someone likes the red and peacock blue combo! Have to say, it's growing on me bit by bit. Click www.etsy.com/... for a peacock cushion in an even brighter combination of these colors.
This bedroom from Diane Bergeron Interiors is a bit more coral / rust than the maroon I'm looking to incorporate, but I actually do like this color with the peacock blue.
This bedroom from "Rachel Reider Interiors" has me thinking that the maroon furniture I have might still work with the peacock blue and green. Not my very favorite color combination, but this one at least works.
I'm trying to decide if my maroon-ish furniture could be salvaged and still fit with a peacock decor. This is the first time I've seen a color combination like that that even comes close to something that I like. I'm still not at all sure, as I think this is more "stars and stripes," but click through for more from "Design Star, episode 7 recap. | Emily Henderson"
Previous pinner: "peacock feather wreath | Shabby Creek Cottage" -- Click through for instructional essay and photos.
From "With a Grateful Prayer and a Thankful Heart" comes "Peacocks and Lemon Flower Teacakes for Tablescape." I'm pinning this for the gorgeous peacock serving dish, but if you're interested in the recipe for the Lemon Flower Teacakes, it's at the click-through.
From the Florida Keys Community College 2011 Student Art Show is this "breath-taker of the show," Sarah Bringle's peacock feathered chandelier. For inspiration only, alas.
"art deco meets new age" -- Wouldn't have thought orange and peacock went together, but it looks good.
Peacock colors in a room used to illustrate a setting for the "john peacock blue floor lamp [see pinterest.com/... ] | CB2." -- Several more photos of and information to order the lamp at the click-through.
"CB2 John Peacock Blue powder-coated-steel lamp, $100." [Click-through is a slideshow of 34 "Lights Fantastic" (and mostly, fantastically priced, this being a notable exception...)]
Found this "Peacock Feather design on duck egg" in a Google search; it now goes to a different Etsy peacock egg (www.etsy.com/...), so I'm linking to the original photo instead, as I prefer it. Would love to find this one.
Unfortunately, there is no further information about this fabric (I presume that's what it is) than "Art Nouveau Decor Modern Living Room Decorating Ideas In Art Nouveau."
This summer is getting hot hot hot. So, I am craving some cool colored walls. At the moment I am coveting dark teal walls for my apartment because it will add a chic and very cool mood to the space. How chic are these rooms with the dark jewel toned color? I think it just makes every other color in the rooms pop in such a beautiful way...
"Wallcolor Wednesday: Totally Teal" -- Seven room photos at the click-through for teal wall variations.
"Teal Peacock Tea Towel"