02 . 23 . 10
Many years ago, I bought a fabulous pair of Anya Hindmarch shoes in London and the color was called Petrol. The color is a blue/green/turquoise and the name comes from the word for gasoline in the UK. It seems rather fitting then that the British couple, Christopher and Suzanne Sharp, who own The Rug Company should have petrol coloured walls in their London home. To see more, pick up the March 2010 issue of Vogue or check it out online at Vogue.com. Cheers!
Photo by François Halard
I loved that article in Vogue!
Whatever you call it, I love this color!
i am going to call anything greenish/blueish
‘petrol’ now. my husband is even in the
petrol business. 🙂
I have never heard of that color before, I like this photo very much, the rug however I love, with so much going on in the room it still steals the show for me!
It’s funny because I could picture the color of the shoe as soon as you revealed the name. Very creative and PERFECT for that shade. Enjoy your new kicks!
Love the color, it’s the color of my kitchen counters….
What a beautiful color. And love the balance in the space of the bookcase on left with graphic art on right.
love. way love.
Oh, I could spend hours in their bathroom. Gorgeous design. And here’s to petrol..what a gorgeous color. Great find, thanks for sharing! Vogue is now on my shopping list for the weekend 🙂
I seriously had to do an intake of breath when I saw this room. gorgeous. fabulous. perfect. my dream space…
Petrol, I love it. The room is fabulous, love all of the unique details.
I have a handbag (Coach) that I immediately purchased when I saw it an ad – same great color! I really love that deep shade. Now painting an upstairs sitting room/office in that color with the fireplace and trim staying white. I will now call the room the “petrol-painted room!”
I loved the blog, beautiful post. a sweet kiss and zucchini to the Brazilian
I love this room–so many books and energy. Needless to say, “Petrol” makes the room over-the-top.
every element in this room is brilliant!!!
I had “petrol” colored walls in my first apartment and they didn’t look NEARLY this chic. Probably because of the futon and other college themed decor.
Love its similarity to teal, one of my all time favorite colors. This is cool too.