What Color is Indigo and How You Should Use It

Today we’re shining a spotlight on indigo. But what color exactly is indigo? Well, take away all the fuss and fancy and you’ve got yourself a silky shade of navy blue, rich in color and bold in dramatics. It’s just another way of saying navy but adding a bit of fashion-forward energy and trendy appeal to the mix. So now, let’s take a look at 10 rooms that use indigo in its funky nature and, hopefully, we’ll spark some great ideas and inspiration from the compilation.

1. Textural Bedroom.

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We are loving all the prints and textural elements that go into this bedroom. And the addition of the “indigo” shade makes it a very welcoming yet on-trend escape.

2. Living Room Foundation.

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Sometimes a sharp accent wall is all you need to make a statement. And this living room is the best example of how a bold, silky shade can create focus and contemporary charm.

3. Mixed Dining Room.

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The traditional and youthful mixes in this dining room are such a pleasure to the eye. Between the homey wood furniture and the funky indigo compliments, it makes quite the interesting blend.

4. Cottage Spaces.

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This living room is full of cottage-esque charm but with a more hipster and trendier vibe when dressed in this indigo shade. We love the contrast between the two styles.{found on }.

5. Sleek Home Office.

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This shiny home office is decked out in a pure shade of indigo while creating a very powerful and bold statement. It’s the perfect way to decorate your office while making yourself feel secure and confident.

6. Rustic Bedroom.

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Even your bedroom can have a contemporary twist and rustic charm when you used indigo as the main component. And it really shines off natural lighting.{found on }.

7. Accessorized Living Room.

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Indigo can also be a great accessorizing color. It can compliment and make a room and style pop without having to be the main foundation or focus.{found on }.

8. Chic Kitchen.

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Blue is one of the best shades to use in the kitchen as it suppresses the urge to munch but also creates a very relaxing and welcoming vibe. The same goes for darker shades like indigo, especially when deciding on something super chic and modern.

9. Hipster Areas.

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Even in open spaces indigo can create magic. This living room and dining combination has a dark blue foundation with hipster and rustic elements surrounding.

10. Welcoming Sitting Space.

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Calm, cool and relaxed, indigo works so well with a gray counterpart. This welcoming space calls for afternoon teas and the best afternoon reading sessions around.{found on }.

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