Colour Feature Sunday-Blue Paint Ideas

The Colour Trends For 2019 are all about Blue. It is a relaxing, inviting and a hue that can add tranquility and positivity around your home —making it the perfect daily remedy for a bathroom. 

Above colours (Partition): Blue Daisy 2062-40, Aura®  Bath & Spa, Matte. (Wall): Blue Danube 2062-30, Aura®  Bath & Spa, Matte.

Benjamin Moore has a whole page dedicated to blue and showcases their most popular blue paint colours https://bit.ly/2vA3dN0

Colour Feature Sunay-2021-40 Highlighter

Need a colour that highlights your kid’s space? Try Yellow Highlighter 2021-40. Another perk? With its bright charm, it’ll feel like summer during any season. Find more Kid’s Room Ideas her: https://bit.ly/2vA2WJY.

First Image // (Wall): Yellow Highlighter 2021-40, Natura®, Eggshell.

Second Image // (Wall): Yellow Highlighter 2021-40, Natura®, Eggshell. (Back Wall): Downpour Blue 2063-20, Natura®, Eggshell. (Trim): Cotton Balls 2145- 70, Natura®, Semi-Gloss.

Colour Feature Sunday-2081-20 Sultan’s Palace

Create a wall the kids CAN draw on. Chalkboard paint comes in any of our colours allowing for design flow within your home. Have you tried ben® Chalkboard paint yet?

Colors // (Wall): Sultan’s Palace 2081-20, Natura®, Eggshell. (Bunkbed Wall): Space Black 2119-10, Chalkboard Paint. (Trim): Ice Mist OC-67, Natura®, Semi Gloss.

Colour Feature Sunday-Ocean, sea and sky.

Serenity, tranquility and calm. Shades of blue are synonymous with design dependability and classic style.

(Walls): Province Blue 2135-40, Aura Bath and Spa, Matte. (Ceiling): Baby’s Breath OC-62, Waterborne Ceiling Paint, Ultra Flat. (Cabinetry & Paneling): Province Blue 2135-40, Advance, High-Gloss.

Livable and graceful, it’s always a good time to dive into blue.

(Walls, Ceiling and Beams): Yarmouth Blue HC-150, ADVANCE Matte (Trim): Yarmouth Blue HC-150, ADVANCE Satin.

Colour Feature Sunday – Dark Green

Dark green is a colour that has been known to go in and out of style over the years…but this new version of deep greens is timeless. Many people have been obsessing over Benjamin Moore’s colour 686 Crisp Romaine because it can work in traditional, transitional and modern spaces. Dark green stands for balance, nature, spring, and rebirth. It’s the symbol of prosperity, freshness, and progress.

What happens to your body in the presence of green? Your pituitary gland is stimulated. Your muscles are more relaxed. It’s also been shown to improve reading ability and creativity.

The colour green is the colour of nature. It symbolizes growth, harmony, freshness, and fertility. Green has strong emotional correspondence with safety.

Dark green is also commonly associated with money. Traditionally associated with finances, banking, ambition, and wall street. Green is soothing, relaxing, and youthful.

The paint colour featured here is 686 Crisp Romain by Benjamin Moore

Colour Feature Sunday – Tan

The colour tan makes an excellent backdrop and for accompanying bright colours to appear richer and brighter.

Use tan to convey a feeling of warmth, honesty, and wholesomeness. Although found in nature year-round, golden brown is often considered a spring and fall colour. 
It is more casual than black, tan is dependable, conservative, and flexible. The attributes and meanings associated with tan change based on the colours it accompanies. Tan can give off a feeling of understated elegance. 


Additional words for fan would be buff, camel, oatmeal, sand, ecru, mushroom.

This paint colour featured is HC-37 Mystic Gold by Benjamin Moore

Colour Feature Sunday – Peach

Peach is the perfect mix of colours, red is filled with energy and stimulation, and yellow is responsible for happiness and cheerfulness. Peach is happy, it’s stimulating with a big dose of clarity.

When it comes to our interiors, peach has a great impact on our well being. A soft, calm peach room creates a sense of stability and security. Bright shades of peach, do the opposite and improve your mood. Its an optimistic colour and will increase your level of happiness.

Fill a room with positive energy and vitality to create a warm and romantic atmosphere by painting the walls or ceiling in peach. It’s flexible and adopts to many different styles, especially in modern interiors. 
You will often see peach paired with its opposite colour teal for high contrast and pop. Or often as a contrast with black and white.

Peach moonstones support the heart and stimulates the mind, soothing worry and anxiety. They bring out the best out of people and promote the divine in all situations. They are a known emotional supporter for intuitive or sensitive children. Hold one of these stones to deflect negative energy and ease emotional traumas.

The paint colour featured 067 Del Ray Peach by @benjaminmoore

Colour Feature – Seafoam

Sea foam is gentle, soothing and intuitive.

Sea foam is the softest mix of pale green, blue and gray…but looks more green. It’s youthful and innocent and represents renewal.

Seafoam

Seafoam is refreshing like a rolling wave in the ocean, it gets its name from the froth found in ocean water. 
In colour therapy seafoam is a great colour to balance emotions and promote clarity. 


Use this colour to relax in your home, particularly in the bathroom, laundry room or kitchen because of its water element.

Seafoam creates a calming bedroom environment as well. It also makes the perfect gender neutral colour for a baby nursery.

  • The paint colour featured here is 2050-60 Arctic Blue by @benjaminmoore.