Tiffany Blue

January 25, 2017

By Tab Byrum

Last week during the inauguration of the new President Melania Trump showed up at the White House with a gift for the Obamas wrapped in an iconic blue Tiffany’s box, seeing that box got me to thinking about that beautiful soft shade of blue. We’ve all seen it on gift boxes and bags but how about using it in our homes? First, a little history of the color. Tiffany Blue is considered a medium shade of Robin’s Egg Blue and it was first used by Tiffany and Co. in 1845 on the cover of the Tiffany Blue Book, since then the company has continued to use that blue and it has grown to be synonymous with the luxury jewelry brand. Tiffany Blue is produced by Pantone and is known as color #1845, the same number as the year it was first used. Can you really use such a well-known color in your home? The answer is, of course, it’s all up to you in how large or small of a dose you want to use it. Today I’m going to share some beautiful uses of Tiffany Blue in everything from furniture to wall colors and artwork. Enjoy!!! (above image via)

I think Tiffany Blue makes a great backdrop color for an entire room. In this child’s room, it really makes all the pinks and reds pop. (via)

One big statement piece in a color such as Tiffany Blue is a real showstopper. (via)

Love this room, especially the striped ceiling. (via)

Another great statement piece. (via)

Again, Tiffany Blue make a wonderful backdrop, in this case, it’s for a feminine themed wall of art. (via)

You’re starting to see colors make it into countertops, especially those that are man-made. This one almost looks like it has large pieces of sea glass in it. (via)

Bathrooms are a great room to use a color like Tiffany Blue. (via)

Of course, who do we associate more with Tiffanys than Audrey Hepburn, love this fun piece of art featuring her Holly Golightly character. (via)

Tiffany Blue is a beautiful color to use for a party, whether it’s a birthday, anniversary or a wedding reception, Tiffany Blue is magic. (via)

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