The ‘Katara Medallion’ palette revolves around a gorgeous turquoise blue. The full color palette is a dark navy, turquoise blue, sage gray, More
One glimpse of this color and my stress levels instantly drop. It’s a soothing shade of blue-green that Pantone calls ‘Shaded Spruce’. It’s part of their More
The ‘Free Spirit’ color palette is an unexpected mix of colors that work beautifully together. This palette mixed with layers of different More
Mint blue is such a refreshing color. Just perfect for coastal style interiors. This pale blue color fits well in many different combinations. I especially like the More
The copper brown and teal blue combo is really catching my eye lately. Take these Parisian doors, for instance. The depth of the copper and peacock blue More
Teal blue and copper brown are the primary colors in this Moroccan inspired palette. The rest of the line up is powder blue, silver gray, light tan and More
Today’s color trend is a hard one to pin down. It’s sort of a cross between a robin’s egg blue and a duck egg blue. Some might even call it a More
Would you like to ‘Get This Look‘? Add a touch of ‘Naples Blue’ to your space with this Teal Blue Leather Accent Chair on Houzz.
Are you looking for ideas on how to work ‘Naples Blue’ into a project? Here are some great spaces that might inspire you:
Here’s a unique way to incorporate this color into your room. Use ‘Naples Blue’ accents on your ceiling design. I love the effect…
This teal blue shade makes a great exterior door color if you want to add a ‘pop’ of color to your entrance…
Or, go bold and use ‘Naples Blue’ as the primary color in your room. Add a touch of other accents for variety to get a look something like this…
Today’s color was selected from the Benjamin Moore Color Preview Palette.
Would you like to see more of ‘Naples Blue’? Here are some more posts featuring this chic color…
Here are more colors similar to ‘Naples Blue’ that you might like…
Always get samples! Here’s why: The ‘Color of the Day’ posts are intended to provide design inspiration. I select projects and products for each ‘Color of the Day’ post based on the color my eye sees in the photographs. It can be extremely difficult to render color with 100% accuracy when taking photographs, especially of interior spaces. The same color can also appear entirely different in different lighting conditions. For these reasons, the actual color of the projects or products may not be an actual match to the ‘Color of the Day’. Always review actual samples from the product manufacturer before making final purchases.
Would you like to Get This Look? Here are the paint colors and art to get you started:
If you use this paint palette in one of your design projects, let me know. I would love to see how it turned out!