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Design Direction: Turquoise

Author: Carly Scholl
Issue: February, 2018, Page 25
An icon of the Southwest, TURQUOISE, both color and stone, makes an energetic impact on desert living

bright and bold
Project the gem’s fresh hue onto a focal wall with Bijou wallpaper from the Candice Olson Breathless collection. A tiny geometric pattern adds dynamic dimension, while shades of white offset the stunning turquoise tone. $60/single roll. (yorkwall.com)

Mind, Body, Spirit Harness the healing power of Arizona’s signature stone in a luxurious spa treatment at the JW Marriott Phoenix Desert Ridge Resort & Spa. Indulge in the Turquoise Massage package, which includes an exfoliation, massage and energy ritual using sage and turquoise gemstones to soothe the body and strengthen the mind. $160/50 minutes (jwdesertridge.com)

East to West Inspired by classic Chinese antiques, the Ming Buffet is artisan-built from pine and solid brass, hand-painted and artfully distressed to evoke the passing of time. At 33.5"H by 60"W by 16.5"D, its weathered facade and contrasting color scheme fit seamlessly into desert-insprired home decor. $1,499 (arhaus.com)
Posh PendantA modern, locally crafted take on the traditional turquoise necklace, these vibrant oval-cut stones are set in a serrated bezel and decked out with silver fringe. $102 (etsy.com/shop/desertdustjewelry)


Jack of All Trades Measuring 19"H by 14"W by 14"D, the Kell Stool from Made Goods packs a punch as a petite, multifunctional furnishing. Made of treated vellum and lacquered for a high-shine finish, this minimalist piece serves as a chic side table or extra seating in a pinch. $1,600 (shopcandelabra.com)
From the Ground UpFeaturing an abstract swirl of cerulean hues and a splash of vivid coral, the Capri Aqua rug expertly mimics an expressionist painting. Hand-knotted in Nepal and comprising wool and silk, this artistic accent is a striking statement piece. $2,700-$36,000 (davideadler.com)


In Living ColorAn aquamarine beauty,
the Lincoln Tufted Chair from Hancock & Moore features sumptuous upholstering and an exposed wooden frame typical of the bergère style. Bright teal leather pairs perfectly with a cheerful printed fabric, while nailhead trim and carved wood add decorative interest. $4,440. (ladlows.com)

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