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Around 1845, the world famous jeweler, Charles Lewis Tiffany, chose a mixture of bright green with a hint of blue as the official color for his jewelry line and packaging. With time and Tiffany & Co.’s ever growing popularity, these little blue boxes became an icon, getting the name Tiffany blue.

Tiffany blue is best used with white for a sophisticated look. As an accent, the color can also do wonders for a design—corals, deep blues, and yellows are all great choices.

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