In the 1950’s, paint was all about unity and uniformity and there was nothing else to focus on. That has been true for color as well as all sorts of other things. The 1950’s allowed everyone to play with vibrant colors and the designers were free to redecorate the house however they wanted. We have selected some of the most interesting colorful walls.

For example, the wall behind the bed is a very interesting space. It features a unique mix of alternating tones of blue, green, yellow and turquoise. The pattern is simple, subtle and very chic. The colors seem to be similar to those used for the decors of the 50’s.

A bold-colored wall is a great idea for the living room. It can be the wall that separates the lounge area from the kitchen or dining room and it can be the wall that hosts the TV in case the room is open to the outside.

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If you prefer a more neutral design, perhaps something similar to this vibrant wall would be more to your liking. It’s part of an apartment designed by Daniele Domenicali. The living room features turquoise walls that are almost entirely white with a few exceptions, including the carpet that is turquoise and several other smaller elements.

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Turquoise is a beautiful color and it can be adapted to all sorts of colors. It’s an aggressive but rare color that’s difficult to match with anything else. It pairs beautifully with gray and it looks best when combined with white.

This vintage bedroom has turquoise walls that have been painted white and a white ceiling. The rest of the walls have a dark turquoise nuance, very faint and background, tend to suggest a vintage décor.

There’s also a third color, navy, also used extensively. It was used to make the shades of turquoise, gray and white and it’s a dark color that can be easily combined with other tones.

This kitchen has turquoise walls with white ceilings. The ceiling may be pale but this only makes it more interesting and eye-catching. In addition, the turquoise cabinetry is lending the room an upscale look.

As we’ve already mentioned, other colors can be successfully combined with turquoise. For example, this bedroom features orange, turquoise and white walls. It’s still a mostly neutral and cold décor but it’s the standout piece.

Here’s another great example of how turquoise can be used to create a simple, modern and elegant interior design. It’s simple but it’s also very charming and relaxing.

Turquoise is a beautiful and strong color but it’s also chic and stylish. It’s a color that looks good when combined with grey and brown and it goes really well with natural wood as well.

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