A GUIDE TO THE PERFECT BLUES
Blue is a perfect color to incorporate into your home! And we are sharing the A Guide to the Perfect Blues today. Why? Blue is serene and in today’s world a calm home environment is a priority for many people. An intention for many of our clients is to have their home be a serene respite from the day to day world. Blue is found in nature in many shades! When a color is found in nature, it can function as a neutral in your home. These blue palettes not only feature some of the blues we here at LiLu love but neutrals and accents you can pair them with to create a beautiful color palette.
The Perfect Navy Blue
Navy blue is a classic. It is timeless and gives a sense of stability and reliability. This is why a power suit is often navy blue. Having navy as part of your home color scheme will impart that same meaning to your home. When you think of the desirable traits of home, stability is often top of mind. It’s the reason Dorothy says “There’s no place like home”, she knew home meant the safety of love and reliability.
Navy is a great color to ground a color palette. It appeals to almost all men and mixing it with liberal doses of the neutrals and accents we’ve provided can give it a new sense of liveliness.
See a kitchen featuring navy in this new remodel project .
French blues remind me of the sea and the sky. Natural and cool, these blues associated with water can feel warm for a cool color. Helping one recall days on the beach gazing at a lake or sea and the clear blue sky. Relaxing and easy they can be used to create a casual or elegant space depending on how you use them. Paired with a sunny yellow they are all about the sunny, happy vibe. When you use them with liberal amounts of white, a classic and elegant look can be achieved.
We wrote a post a bit back about Hawaiian inspired color palettes. Many of them featuring sea blues.
Teals are a gutsier choice for a blue. Deep and bold in the darker values we are sharing here. Both calming and energizing it is a balanced blue choice for your interior. Ever want a room, like an office or sitting room that is calm but you still feel a bit lifted? Teal is the color that can get the job done. Pair it with the deeper neutrals and accents for a serious vibe or use a touch of white, light gray or melon to have a active feeling.
Light blue has recently been called “spa blue” It’s connection to an airy sky and a softness it brings to any space makes it an ideal color to use for the ultimate in a relaxing, serene space. If you are wanting to create the ultimate relaxing vibe a monochromatic space in light blue could be the answer for you.