Teal is back, with a big dose of fun and creativity.
It is a simple blue/green tone, which can be more blue or more green. Opposite on the colour wheel to a deep orange, no wonder why the two are often used together in a colour scheme. We also love it paired with a crisp creamy white for a more modern feel. How do you like your teal?
A bold ceiling in Adobe Orange (2171-30) from the Colour Preview collection, Benjamin Moore.
Teal, cream and brown…what a great classic colour combination.
Galapagos Turquoise 2057-20
Colour doesn’t need to be permanent, for a temporary solution why not paint panels in teal and mount them on a wall?
A high-gloss finish is becoming more and more popular, the french have been using it for years and it’s such a dramatic effect.
For this look try Benjamin Moore’s 2054-30 Venezuelan Sea in Advance High-Gloss.
If you find teal too strong for the whole space, try a grayer version of teal on only one wall.
( HC-160 Knoxville Gray) against a crisp creamy white (try OC-117 Simply White).
Adore Mag- Benjamin Moore North 2053-40 Sea Green Peacock blue teal walls paint color