My Moody Blues
I want to go back to there! One of my favorite stops on our Mediterranean cruise was Mykonos. The blue and white landscape reminded me why I have always loved blue and white in home decor. It is fresh, clean and cheerful. Stroll through the moody blues of Mykonos throughout homes across the world.
Blue and White Photos
Everywhere you look, there is blue and white with the majestic sky as a backdrop. It was truly a rhapsody in blue.
This vintage sign advertising their daily cruises caught my attention as we walked the shore. The deep blue sea stretched before us.
A white chapel against a blue sky with natural stone walls along the driveway. Blue heaven.
Blue water, white boat and houses had me searching for my suede shoes.
The wild blue yonder.
We may visit Mykonos only once in a blue moon, but the colors inspire us all around the house. Enjoy these gorgeous designs from across the world.
Design Chic from North Carolina offer this beautiful blue and white dining room.
A Blissful Nest shares 15 different kitchens with shades of blue.
Emily Henderson Bedrooms… need I say more?
Welcome to our home! Foyers say it best with Freshome.
Boys Bedrooms are easy. Just ask DecorPad.
Priority Window Valances highlight the moody blues of 5 different designers. This sweet girls room makes me wish I was a little girl again.
For a calm and spa-like bathroom, visit Houspire, This bathtub is on my list!
And finally feast your baby blues on this lovely porch, ready for spring!
Lavin Label helps us bring a touch of moody blues outside to our front porch.
My moody blues are softened with accents of green, gray and of course, white. From the front porch to the bath, blue and white are colors that Mother Nature herself approves. What do you think of blue and white in decor?
But, these accents unfortunately have not softened my desire to go back to there! I want to watch the flags wave against a blue sky and white boats rock on the deep blue sea, or green or both. Better yet, I want to ride the blue waves while waving goodbye to the shore onto our next adventure.