Check Omni Home Ideas for more blue paint ideas can add spritely energy to bedrooms, classic nautical feelings to living spaces and brighten up bathrooms. Some shades of blue are bold enough to grab attention, while others can mellowly blend into the background.
When choosing the right shade of blue to accent your space, you can’t forget to take into account your existing color palette and light levels. It’s also important to test out the shade in different areas of your room and at different times of day to make sure it works for you.
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Designer Ashley Izsak chose Clare Paint’s Good Jeans for this entryway because it worked well with the frothy ocean wallpaper (Endless Summer by York Wallcoverings). “This airy blue shade has so many whites in it that it almost feels like a neutral,” she explains.
If you’re looking for a dark blue that isn’t quite black, consider Benjamin Moore’s Gibraltar. This moody navy-blue is incredibly versatile and pairs nicely with brass fixtures, gorgeous wood floors and naturalistic foliage plants.