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Seafoam Is The Warmest Color

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image sources: pinterest, elle decor, domaine home, deuce cities henhouse, mechant design, tumblr

2 Comments

  1. LOVE that colour. I personally have always called it turquoise. Painted a dresser with it once and it was gorgeous if I do say so myself! 🙂

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