Two facts about blue paint: one, you can never be stressed out in a blue room; two, you can never go wrong with a touch of blue in any of your interior spaces. Fan of blue? Here’s a quick read on blue and some tips on working the paint color into your design plan.
The Blue Hue
Calming and thought-stimulating—these are the usually associated moods and qualities to using blue paint for interiors. But what most don’t know is that blue can also be bright, full of life, bold and a whole lot of other vibes that can be easily unlocked with the right shade, the right color combination, playing with patterns, as well as placement.
Para Sure Design Tips for Working with Blue Paint
Working with colors does not end with picking one specific hue. Add more to your blue with these para sure tips.
Although relaxing by default, blue can be bold and striking too. If you opt for the edgy route, just make sure to balance the intensity by breaking your blue with black, white and other neutrals.
Customize Your Color Scheme
Pair up your blue with other colors that should help you achieve the ambiance you’re going for. A crisp blue and white is a classic and, with the right decor items, can be angled to themes such as nautical or dreamy.
You can go all-out creative with your color choices too, of course. In the office photo above, the basic palette of blue, red and yellow gives off a certain vibe of freedom.
Blue can be perfect on your fixtures too! Go all out with a mod vibe and consider using paint on wooden chairs or end tables. A side project of DIY painting or staining wooden furniture with Colorquick should be fun!
Plan and accomplish your home improvement projects with para sure tips from Island Premium Paints