Teal is a unique color that mixes all of the benefits of blue and green. So, it has the fresh and natural feel as any greens, while at the same time had some elegance and airy vibe of the blue.
And that’s why this color becomes more and more popular. Especially in these recent years where people tend to choose any unique, not-mainstream colors to personalize and distinguish their style from others.
There are a lot of different ways that you can use to add teal to your home. For a bit of teal splash, you can use some teal decor and accessories, while for a bigger influence, you can use teal furnishings or paint your walls using teal.
Whether you use teal just for an accent wall or for the entire walls, it can produce similar amazing results.
However, one most common problem with any room that had a major teal element like the wall is that the difficulty to find the right colors to fit in. Yes, besides all of its benefits, teal is one of the trickiest colors to combine with the others.
Thus, if you decide to paint your wall with teal, then you should carefully be planning and choosing the right furnishings colors to achieve the best results.
In this post, we will show you some of our favorite furniture colors that based on our experience can be a perfect match with teal walls.
Best Furniture Colors for Teal Walls
When it comes to tricky colors like teal, then the simplest, easiest, and most importantly, risk-free choices obviously go with white. As its nature, white can blend with literally all kinds of colors, thus it will never go wrong even with unique colors such as teal.
But that’s not the only reason we put white on the first of this list, as there are still many others benefits when combining white furnishings with teal walls.
As you can see in the image above, all of the white furniture looks beautiful against the teal walls, producing clear and crisp contrast that can enhance both the furnishings and the walls.
If pure white looks too mainstream for you, then you can go with gray. It will produce similar effects with white but in a bit deeper tone.
Gray surely won’t produce a lot of contrast such as white, but still looks nicely against the teal walls.
Moreover, gray can also add some elegance to the spaces that blend perfectly with the royal and luxuriousness of the teal.
For you who prefer a more seamless visual appearance, then you can try lime.
Lime furnishings will keep the green-hue stay consistent throughout the room, but still bring some visual differences to avoid the monotony, thank’s to its yellow hue.
Furthermore, the yellowish hue of the lime will spread a bit of joy and a fun ambiance to lift the entire space.
Another great alternative to achieve a flawless look is this gorgeous royal blue. This vibrant and deep shade of blue looks amazing alongside teal elements and brings some sense of tranquility throughout the entire room.
Additionally, as any typical blue shade, royal blue furnishings will create an airy and serene look to make any room feels cozy in stylish ways.
Brown may not the most popular option for any room with teal walls, but still a good option in case you want to soften the vibrant and strong teal with a more natural and earthy choice.
Furthermore, using brown furniture with teal walls can help create a more balanced vibe – thank’s to its warmth, and make the room feel more comfy, welcoming, and inviting.
Gray and Yellow
Yellow is obviously one of the best opposite colors for teal. However, in most cases, using dominant yellow furnishings is surely not a good idea.
But don’t worry, you can still use yellow as an accent to create a vibrant, contrasting pop against the teal. This can be achieved by using the combination of gray and yellow furnishings, with gray as the main colors and yellow as the additional accents or accessories.
To get a strong presence of the yellow, spread it to many different places such as pillows, wall arts, end tables, or curtains.
White and Gold
Teal is popular for its luxurious and glam looks. And you can enhance and bring those kinds of vibe to another level by incorporating some gold or brass elements around them.
Actually, any kind of gold or brass furnishings can works nicely, but for the best results, go with white and gold items.
The white elements can help the gold stand out and wrap up the gold and teal to visually consolidate and integrate them all together.