There are no colors more than the soothing colors of the ocean – Aegean Sea, turquoise, Aqua and cobalt. I myself put on those colors in my own House and realize that I feel great when I see these colors or wear them. Maybe it’s because my astrological water signs I feel just like at home, when I’m surrounded by these soothing hues.
To refresh a room with these colors, it must include not a large, expensive remodeling. It can be as simple as a pad change, fresh paint or a few new chairs. Actually there are some of my favorite applications of these colors splashes here and there. Of course larger colour look also fabulous! Let immerse ourselves and enjoy the cool shades of the sea.
The Interior Ocean Blue this summer
Kitchen chairs are available, like this Aqua set of Eames molded Plastic Side Chair in many fun shade of blue.
There are no colors more than the soothing colors of the ocean – Aegean Sea, turquoise, Aqua and cobalt
Join Dutch and turquoise in the same time. A Dutch door is a good way to bring casual relaxation in a House. Lead the Caribbean in sunny, lazy days with a light shade of Ocean on the inside as well as outside through the paint on both sides of the door and keep it open.
To refresh a room with these colors, it must include not a large, expensive remodeling
Paint an old chest of drawers in a new shade of blue. I think a small wave pool when I see this bedroom. Even the smallest amounts of blue in a bedroom are soothing.
Let us consider a fresh shade of Turquoise on a kitchen wall
We will consider a fresh shade of Turquoise on a kitchen wall. Turquoise is a great color for rustic styles as Spanish and Mediterranean. This ocean colour blends well with other blue and white or noble classes cabinets.
Go light with great ocean in color. Just like a wave, this chandelier drenched the area in turquoise. I love it, there’s no other blue in the room, apart from a small vase, which further emphasizes the chandelier.
Turquoise is a great color for rustic styles as Spanish and Mediterranean
Cobalt is a fun and sophisticated color. Just like the great blue hole off the coast of Belize, creates cobalt instant mystery and drama. I love it here on the island and the open shelves with the wooden countertop.
What a great idea: a surprise explosion of Turquoise on stairs. I would not mind going turquoise up deep to walk the stairs with this cool hue.
This ocean colour blends well with other blue and white or noble classes cabinets
Aqua mixed with soft grey creates a wonderful feeling of wellness. The light cabinets are the perfect choice with this shade. Paint bamboo or white oak with clear coat to get this Lichtholz look, try Maple.
Aqua with soft grey mixed creates a wonderful feeling of wellness
Try a monochromatic palette. This light shadow Turquoise is soft enough to use everywhere in this retro-inspired cuisine. My guess is that this kitchen is older and has been refreshed with this great shade.
Turquoise looks good with citrus colors such as Chartreuse and yellow
Tip: Turquoise looks good with citrus colors such as Chartreuse and yellow. For a similar colour turquoise to what is shown here, try turquoise mist 695 by Benjamin Moore.
It can be as simple as a pad change, fresh paint or a few new chairs
Aegean, consisting of blue, schimmertem green, is one of my favorite Ocean colors. It looks good with all shades of blue, and surprisingly crunchy with red.
A great dining room
Don’t forget about curtains and fabrics for waves of blue in your dining space. Ocean colors prove their versatility, in which you search them in addition to the traditional furniture as well as modern pieces.
Patterned cushions and curtains
For a natural pairing, try different colors of the ocean with a sandy beige walls. My favorite color is sandy Manchester Tan HC 168 by Benjamin Moore.
Like to have also Ocean Blue
Also Ocean Blue do you like? Please tell us your favorite version in the comments below!
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