Paint the walls or swath a fabric around a room and it can gush as much color as you like. But this isn't about that. This is about choosing a whisper or a breath, an accent to stand apart.
In design, like art and politics, power can come from the margins.
Here, the blue flowers make a brilliant and contained explosion.
A suggestion of a tint from the windows adds a low chorus to the blue of the sky.
Tomorrow, the table could be red. But for today, it's blue.
Beneath the cabinet there's another margin of opportunity.
The quasi-blue of Mexican Blue Palms at LAX, and the Hilton Hotel in Pattaya, Thailand, with intermittent radiating blue cubes.