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Trendy Turquoise

As close as Amarillo is to New Mexico and the rest of the Southwest, turquoise has never really gone out of style. But in recent years, the blue-green color seems to have undergone a renaissance unrelated to the silver jewelry trends of Santa Fe. Drive through the Wolflin and Olsen neighborhoods and count how many front doors are painted a turquoise hue, with matching planters on the porch. The serene color can be found inside the home as well, from kitchen islands and cabinetry to pieces of individual decor. Whether going for a rustic Southwest look or calling to mind seaside tranquility, this color is everywhere. Here are a few of our favorite turquoise-toned home accessories.



Wooden bowl $45, Urban Giraffe



Kada Frames large wooden frame $165, Two Loons Warehouse



Lazo Pacific pillow $72, Pete’s Greenhouse



Galassi clock $49, Pete’s Greenhouse



Tizo Design decorative box $65, Kem’s Bed & Bath

by Jason Boyett

Jason has written more than a dozen books and is the host and creator of “Hey Amarillo”, a local interview podcast. Visit heyamarillo.com and jasonboyett.com.
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