Over last year or so, you haven’t been able to turn a corner without seeing something that’s millenial pink. The pretty shade has adorned many an Instagram feed, trendy coffee shop and pair of sneakers. And don’t get us wrong, we’re all for it. But we think it’s about time another on-trend colour came along to give our peepers a break from pastels. It would appear we’re in luck, because of all a sudden, there’s another lush shade that’s taking the interiors, beauty and fashion worlds by storm.
The colour in question is deep teal— a more muted, jewel-toned turquoise. While some would call it a blue and others say it’s green, I think there’s one thing we can all agree on—it’s seriously stunning. In fact, last year, a global survey from the Hull City of Culture found that deep teal is the colour people find the most aesthetically pleasing. But don’t just take our word for it—keep scrolling to see the chic hue in action.
A teal feature wall adds a modern touch to the old world elegance at NYC’s Freehand Hotel.
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This dreamy bedroom proves that teal is the perfect accompaniment to millenial pink.
Beauty blogger Klaudia Badura adds some extra interest to her cat-eye look with this gorgeous metallic teal shade.
Get the look with the Maybelline Master Precise Ink Metallic Liquid Eyeliner in Teal Galaxy.
This lush nail shade is perfect for when you want to rock teal but not be too in your face about it.
We’re obsessed with the retro feel of this teal activewear set from LA brand, Poprageous.
These dark teal leggings from ALO Yoga are subtle enough to go with almost anything.