Colorways: Peacock Blue

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Harlequin’s Oriana damask wallpaper pairs peacock blue with rich brown in a lovely stylizedfloral design, from the Lucido collection ($110/roll; ).
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Made in Spain from 100 percent recycled glass, the Aster dinner plate and charger from La Mediterranea have an organic ribbed texture ($28, dinner plate; $35, charger; ).
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A pattern of tiny peacock feathers adorns Pollack’s Folklorica cotton, polyester and acrylic jacquard (53½?w ; to the trade, ).
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Poseidon highball glasses from the Czech Republic are mouth-blown, hand-engraved crystal ($230 each; ).

Who Knew: With a wingspan and feather train nearly 60 percent of its total, 8-foot, length, the peacock is one of the world’s largest flying birds.

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A handblown glass vase from BoConcept (61?2?h, $57; ).
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A teal-painted bamboo candleholder from Z Gallerie (19?h, $15; ).
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Roche Bobois’s Volutes console has a solid cherry frame and bronze drawer handles (160?l x 85½?h x 43?d, $7,605; ).

Who Knew: NBC adopted the peacock as its logo in 1956 to reflect the network’s increase in color programming.

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Billiani’s Numbers chair is crafted in Italy of solid beech lacquered in blue and comes in digits 0 through 9 ($545; ).

“For drama, include one vibrant peacock-blue piece, such as an oversize chair, in a neutral room.” -- Stephanie Hoppen, author, Choosing Blue (Watson-Guptill)

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The cashmere Diamond throw designed by Kelly Wearstler for Sferra makes a graphic backdrop ($495; ).
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The hand-tufted, 100 percent linen yarn Fogg rug designed by Gunilla Lagerhem Ullberg has a subtle shimmer ($95/sq. ft.; ).

Who Knew: Now in Washington D.C.’s Freer Gallery, the Peacock Room, by artist James McNeill Whistler, was originally the London dining room of a wealthy shipowner.

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Colorways: Peacock Blue

New York interior designer Jamie Drake covered a wall in a Manhattan dining room/office in high-gloss Oasis Blue paint from Benjamin Moore.

“I would pair peacock blue with a poison green and a linen white.” -- Allan Reyes, interior designer

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This article was featured in the April 2009 issue.

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