Indigo

Indigo is the most mysterious of colors, and it comes from shades of blue dye derived from indigoferea plants. Contemporarily, we are most familiar with indigo in blue jeans, but Indigo is a wonderful color choice for rooms of contemplation, study, and dining. Romantic and intimate, it lends itself to candlelight and moonlight. However, in rooms with lots of daylight windows, it will also show up well against beautiful natural foliage.

-"azure seraphim blue"....moves easily from reality to dream, from the present to the past, from the color of daytime into the blue amorphous tone of deeper night and darkness."... Alexander Theroux- Photo: courtesy Beacon Hill Fabrics

-"azure seraphim blue"....moves easily from reality to dream, from the present to the past, from the color of daytime into the blue amorphous tone of deeper night and darkness."... Alexander Theroux-

Photo: courtesy Beacon Hill Fabrics

Beacon Hill Fabric::available from marieminnichdesign.com

Beacon Hill Fabric::available from marieminnichdesign.com