Everybody knows that the color blue represents masculinity. We apply that to our everyday lives and one solid example is clothing your newly born baby boy in blue. However, did you also know that back in the 16th to the 17th century, the color blue is considered to represent femininity?
Blue living room design is one of the latest crazy nowadays when it comes to interior designing. However, there are some who are a little skeptic about the color blue. If you are one of the skeptic bunch, always remember that the colors soft gray, white, and apple green can always soften the color blue. Throw in some wooden furniture and you can never go wrong in making the room look and feel cozy.
You can start with the shade tiffany blue just like the color of the box of Tiffany jewelries, match it with a little white or gray and you’ll be surprised at how soft, tranquil, and feminine your living room will look.
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You can also use pastel or powder blue for a more feminine look. If you are going for the masculine look, go with navy or royal blue matched with darker gray. Remember, the lighter you go, the more feminine it becomes. If you want to add some more touch of elegance, a deep green or emerald green will do the trick.