It is hard to believe tomorrow is the 1st of September. It is the month where summer fades into fall, wardrobes transition for cooler weather, and seasonal preparations for the home begin. I find Navy to be an ideal transitional color. It is the perfect pair to a white stripe in the summer, and sultry in high gloss and velvet in the winter. While navy is it’s own shade, it also embodies many shades of it’s own. From a navy shade of ocean to the almost black shade of Russian navy, all hues of the classic color seem to work for interiors. Weather the color of a front door, a wall, or an accent chair, navy adds a rich warmth and refreshing ambience to all rooms.
A petite and beautifully navy kitchen. An ideal backdrop for blue and white pieces. Via Elle Decor
A navy blue staircase (hard to tell in this picture). I love the contrast against the white underbelly. What a fantastic focal point. Via Pinterest
A phenomenal blue and white showroom designed by Michael S. Smith for Brunschwig & Fils. Via AD
One of my favorite gallery wall images. The navy provides a rather neutral glossy background.
A power couple of color in the black and navy kitchen. Incredibly sophisticated and a touch dramatic.
A sharp navy dining room. I love the nailhead trim detail in the wall. Incredibly glam. Via decorpad
From the instagram of designer Alex Papchristidis. His enchanting home with navy blue awnings.
Navy curtains with a white patterned trim falls elegantly against the striking blue carpet. Via AD
A splash of zebra, plush leather chairs, and a jewel box den of navy. Via Elle Decor
A dark and rich navy dining room. Via House Beautiful
A European charm on this navy blue door against an ivy covered home. Via Pinterest
A navy nook offset with freshly white prints. Via Elle Decor
A deep cushioned, tufted navy sofa. Via Houzz