Look around and you'll see variations of Indigo in many shapes and forms. From clothing to accessories to home decor, this color has been taking the world by storm, and deservedly so. This deep bluish-almost-purplish hue is reminiscent of the ocean, mussels, sea glass and the summer sky at night is at once powerful and calming. These deep blues make us think of cool, deep ocean waters, instantly cooling, calming on a sultry summer day. As indigo bridges the color palette between blue and black with undertones of purple, it is neither, but as versatile as both. In fashion it lends itself equally well to bohemian, casual, classic and more formal lifestyles. In the home it embraces all personalities and styles. Indigo is powerful on its own and pairs well with so many other colors from whites and stones to wheats and yellows and for those who embrace a colorful palette, even oranges and corals. Whether you're looking to add to, freshen up or renovate your home, this color should be on your radar.