From home decor to jewelry, hydrangea blue imbues Flower Style Editor Amanda Smith Fowler’s spring market picks.

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Round chandelier featuring strings of hydrangea blue beads that create a bowl shape and soft gold accents
Malibu chandelier by Ro Sham Beaux, $4,330,
Hydrangea pattern wallpaper
Floriana by Nina Campbell for Osborne & Little, to the trade,
Armless chair with a white wood frame and light blue leather upholstery
Madeline chair by Highland House, $3,255,
hydrangea blue decorative tassel hanging from a key in a natural-finish wood door
Chevallerie key tassel by Timothy Corrigan for Samuel & Sons, to the trade,
Photo of blue-and-white patterned screen with 4 hinged panels
Octavian screen panels by William Yeoward for Jonathan Charles, $3,040,
Photo of intricately adorned fabric necklace in hydrangea blue
Haley scarf necklace by Mignonne Gavigan, $425, from A’mano, or 205.871.9093
Six metal picks topped with a white bead with a blue chinoiserie pattern
Chinoiserie cocktail picks by Joanna Buchanan, $64/set of 6,
Four throw pillows in various airy patterns featuring shades of blue
From left to right: Bahama, Highland, Blue Ridge, and Cove indoor/outdoor 20-inch decorative pillows by Laura Park for Annie Selke, $84 each,
Mirror frame featuring a hydrangea blue edging and sisal insets
Lyford II mirror by Oomph, $1,850,
Off-white linen featuring a delicate embroidery in shades of blue
Kos hand-embroidered linen by Vaughan, to the trade,
Upholstered bed frame
Art Deco bed in Scalamandré Blue Aviary through The Inside, $1,099,
Photo of brooch featuring a large gray-blue oval center stone in a gold setting, ringed in 8 small diamonds and 8 stones alternating chalcedony and topaz
Chalcedony, blue topaz, and diamond brooch by Singhvi Jewels, $2,800, 888.783.4872
three chairs, each a different color - blue, white and gray
Market Trend Blend: Here’s a trend that embraces a loose interpretation of cane (the hot pattern featured in our May/June 2019 issue) and a bevy of pretty spring colors, including a hydrangea-like blue C1715 indoor/outdoor powder-coated metal chairs, by 2222 Edition Design, to the trade,

Message in a bouquet: In Victorian England, to send someone hydrangeas was to suggest that he or she had been boasting.

Produced by Amanda Smith Fowler

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