Capturing the Timeless Beauty of Blue and White Design
Leslie Joan Interiors
For decades or more, the ultimate sign of elegant beauty in home design has been a blue and white colour palette.
Left: Cintrine Living, Right: The Rinfret Group
That’s something that we love so much about Hamptons-inspired design—while it always feels fresh, it also leans on a traditional foundation.
Tidbits and Twine
Some of our most popular furnishings and décor items are available in blue and white.
Left: Lavender Hill Interiors Louis Armchair and Right: Bobbin Armchair
Lavender Hill Interiors Dynasty ceramic stool
Left: Lavender Hill Interiors White Bemaliki Chair and Right Duck Egg Blue Wingback Armchair
Blue and white interior design doesn’t just capture classic and timelessness, but it also reflects the sky and sea and natural beauty in general. Nature is a pivotal point of inspiration for Hamptons design.
PSD Architects: photo - Brian Van Brink
There are so many ways to use a blue and white colour palette, and you can choose the shades that speak to you the most.
That might be deep, dark navy blue for drama and a nautical feel.
Lavender Hill Interiors Navy Linen Roll Arm 3 seater sofa with White Piping
Lavender Hill Interiors Olio Blue Woollen Rug
Via the Cottage Journal - photo Cynthia Lynnkim. styling Charlotte Safavi. Design North Shore Nest
Joy Design Build
There are also lighter shades of blue, like our favourite duck egg blue that feel like a newer take on blue and white.
Lavender Hill Interiors Duck Egg Blue Linen Living room package
Lauren De Loch Interiors
Duck egg blue still takes its cues from nature, but in a soft, serene way. This calming and appeasing colour scheme is often used in the bedroom.
Lavender Hil Interiors Duck Egg Blue Buttoned Bedhead
Mark D. Sikes
Nicola Bathie McLaughlin
Even with a simple blue and white colour palette, you can utilise texture and pattern in visually exciting ways. It may be a classic colour combination, but it never feels tired.
Jeff Herr Photography
Luxe Magazine Wallpaper by @zoffanfw
Not only does blue and white work beautifully in patterns, it makes a striking combination for a buffalo gingham that utilizes these contrasting colours to an amazing effect.
Left: A Simply Styled Nest, Right: Photo Luciana Hanley for @barkleysbag
Patrick Ahearn Architect, Brooke Wagner design
Left: Interior Design - Lee Ann Thornton, Image via House Beautiful, Right: Chrissie Home and design