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Turquoise Door This effect could be done to any doorway really. Just make your own wall paper and past it onto matching faux painting!

“Tomorrow will be better.” “But what if it’s not?” I asked. “Then you say it again tomorrow. Because it might be. You never know, right? At some point, tomorrow will be better.” ― Morgan Matson, Amy and Roger's Epic Detour

I adore the turquoise colors found so commonly in Morocco, will need to find a necklace to bring home to remind me of it #Marrakech #holtspintowin

Asilah, Morocco by toyaguerrero, via Flickr | I'm obsessed with this culture's architecture and use of color.

This is a picture of the beautiful mountain village of Chefchaouen Morocco. The entire village has painted their doors blue.

Chefchaouen, this stunning blue Moroccan city in the Rif Mountains was originally built as a fortress in the 15th century. One of the many interesting places we will visit during our trips in Morocco. Like to join us? www.asilahventure...

Heavy metal doors to the Bou Inania complex in the Medina of Fes. Photographer: Christopher Rose

Art Nouveau doorway...whimsical, sensuous, erotic, magical...too bad the style had such a brief time of glory. The horrors of World War I killed it and the Machine Age ushered in Art Deco with its streamlined surfaces and exploitation of geometric forms.

Para um look muito fresco e cool, não há que enganar: cinza e azul. Sofisticado e envolvente, o espaço não deixa de ser convidativo, muito pelo contrário, o que deve ter alguma coisa a ver com o facto de ambas as cores despertarem sensações de calma e tranquilidade.