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One of our favourite colours for 2021 has to be the sophisticated and cool teal. This striking shade that combines both blue and green hues is definitely one to watch over the next number of months as it gains in popularity.

Let’s take a look at how you can introduce this super-cool shade into your home with ease.

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Striking teal tiles add some depth and drama to the kitchen, especially in a funky geometric print like this one.

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Mixing colour palettes. We love how easily teal can be mixed with other hues. A deep, majestic colour, when teamed with mustard and darker shades like black and navy, it instantly catches peoples attention.

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Teal wallpaper, especially printed options like this one are a great way to add the trend to your home. Use it to cover smaller, discreet spaces or go the whole way and decorate your bedroom, living room or kitchen with the funkiest prints you can find.

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Teal feature walls. Not sure you want to decorate the house from top to bottom in teal just yet? Well, then a simple, classic teal feature wall is for you.

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Adding texture to teal. These high-gloss finished tiles a wonderful example about how to give your teal features some depth. We particularly love the addition of furniture with a natural wooden aesthetic and the introduction of some greenery with this opulent shade too.
This inspires me to think outside the box for a feature wall or section of tiles. This is pretty out there and not a great example as we don't want round pink sinks and the shiny tiles are probably a bit much like that. But I want to think about something that brightens it up so it's not all boring grey.
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Shop the Michael Murphy Edit:

The Cloudy Bedframe
Velvety upholstery covers this fabric bed frame from the base to its super tall headboard. An indulgent design, it gives any bedroom an air of luxury and sophistication, with the rich teal tone contributing an effortless touch of modernity.

The Greta Armchair 

Taking a softer approach to the wingback chair – with less angular features – the Greta Armchair is dressed in striking teal velvet, the rich colouring allowed to shine through minimalist décor. The two projecting corners of the backrest are gently rounded, mirroring the shape of the two armrests which sit below. A rounded seat and base provide ample cushioning below; all supported by long tapered wooden legs – a nod to the retro-inspiration behind this design.

The Avoca 2 Seater 
Covered in luxurious, teal coloured velvet and supported by tall, tapered, naturally finished legs, the Avoca collection is a beautiful, transitional piece. Deep, foam-filled seats prioritize your comfort, while delicate stitching creates both interest and style.


The Bellini Cushion in Teal
The simple style of the Bellini cushion is evident at first glance. Soft, sumptuous velvet envelops this classic cushion, available in a selection of striking colours.