Slide 1: Blue Living Room

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"I tend to use blues a lot in my designs as they're very soothing and pleasing to the eye," says Kati Curtis, principal of Kati Curtis Designs, in New York City. "The key to working with something like a bright turquoise is mixing in similarly toned colors along with complementary accents," she says.


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