Duck Egg Blue

This gorgeous colour of duck egg blue, is a watery dreamy grey-blue with a slight green tinge – perfect for those who love a different take on blue. Combine with browns from milk chocolate to dark chocolate and cream. With ivory, dark chocolate and a pop of cherry red. With charcoal grey and dark plummy red. With deep apricot, pale creamy apricot and pearl grey. With dark navy blue, white. With dark greyed green and terracotta. With cream and a pop of orange. With cream, mid pink and touches of milk chocolate With the cooler metals such as pewter, stainless steel and silver, zinc. White orchids, white or apricot roses, echeveria – particularly nice when in flower, grey leafed plants such as dusty miller, frangipani, cherry blossom, Japanese quince, peppercorn berries, tamarisk, poppies, tulips, orange banksia, anthuriums, sweet peas Zinc troughs filled to the brim with grey leaves, cream and pink flowers along a table covered with a duck egg blue cloth, add chocolate touches such as napkin ties, duck egg blue place cards with a chocolate script, sparkling glassware, a mix of cream and duck egg blue French Provincial style crockery. Read more..
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