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Just as the name would suggest, the palette for this trend consists largely of royal blue complemented by bright white…it’s all about re-creating relaxing ocean vibes by working within a clean, crisp and simple colour scheme. Given the type of plants and trees you’ve got in your garden, you could play it more New England coastal chic with lots of nautical stripes and playful sea details, or more Mediterranean by opting for glazed ceramics, mosaic patterns and terracotta accents. If you want to throw in some pale blues, pair them with light grey furniture, but it’s hard to beat the combo of deep blue and dark solid wood, especially when you get a bit of sunlight shining on it.

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