Color Roundup: Soft Blues and Blue Greens

Soft blues, blue greens, and gray blues on walls, fabrics, cabinetry and furniture never fail to please. These colors can instantly put you at ease.  Here’s a roundup of some of my own designs…plus selected images from the web that feature these hues.

A zinc finish on wood

This blue gray zinc finish is one that I am planning for my own Master Bath

 

Soft creamy white stried glaze over blue in a Designer Showhouse

A soft cream glaze over blue, with French script and floral stencils from Royal Design Studio, that we did in a Designer Showhouse

Benjamin Moore's Buxton Blue

Benjamin Moore’s Buxton Blue in a beautiful living room

Soft blue green metallic plaster in a guest bath

We used a soft blue green metallic plaster for this guest bathroom. Besides being beautiful – it doesn’t get affected by water and humidity

A guest room with Benjamin Moore Staffordshire Blue with a pearl strie

Benjamin Moore Staffordshire Blue with a pearl glaze stried over it helps create a restful guest room

Blue cabinet shelf styled by Pippa Jamison

Soft blue shelf with collage of wallpaper

Image Credits: First pic, third pic, last pic. All others…The Colorful Bee

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2 Responses to Color Roundup: Soft Blues and Blue Greens

  1. Janet W. says:

    Wonderful ways to use blue, so hard to choose from so many variations of this color…beautiful work on your part! Janet W.

  2. Linda says:

    Thanks Janet. I know – there are so many different shades of these colors…but I love almost all of them! Thanks for commenting!

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