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Content: 2.5 Litre (€27.60* / 1 Litre)
Content: 2.5 Litre (€27.60* / 1 Litre)
What shades of blue are there?
But blue can also create a warm effect as soon as it contains parts of red. Therefore, different colour nuances with their respective effects are suitable for different rooms
Different shades of blue
- with a black component, for example Blue with Black or Blueprint from Mylands
- with a strong grey component of reduced colour intensity, such as Blue Grey by Painting The Past, Blue with Fog by MissPompadour and Long Acre by Mylands
- pure blues of medium intensity like Blue with Jeans and Boathouse
- blue mixed with red, for example Blue with Violet and Maritime
- light, pastel tones commonly known as sky blue - these include Morning Blue and Hawkesmoor from Mylands
The effect of blue as wall paint
A maritime, pure blue, on the other hand, gives freshness and expansiveness, creating the impression of cleanliness and an endless horizon. Light blue visually enlarges rooms and, due to its coolness, has a relaxing effect at the same time. With this colour you can concentrate effortlessly. You see, different shades of blue have different effects on your rooms and your mind.
Which rooms is blue best suited to?
- Bedroom: A deep blue wall in the bedroom, for example behind the bed or in the living room behind the sofa, is an eye-catcher. In combination with soft earth and white tones, you can create a cosy atmosphere in which you can recharge your batteries
- Bathroom: In the bathroom, you can use maritime and particularly fresh blue tones to give you an extra kick of freshness in the morning and get the day off to a good start. Porcelain and Swedish Blue by Painting the Past or the subtle Eaton Square by Mylands are perfect for this. Other ideas for your bathroom would be to paint the ceiling an almost white blue, such as Something Blue and Walpole, extending the paint to the middle of the wall. The lower part of the walls can be embellished with a warm dark blue.
- Children's room: As an idea for the design of the children's room, you can combine light blue with earth tones to create a cosy and comfortable atmosphere.
Of course, there are also spectacular blues with which you can set exciting accents. Used sparingly, it can have an extraordinary effect. These include Blue with Violet by MissPompadour and Indigo by Painting the Past.
Which colours can I order from MissPompadour Paint?
Wall paints in blue
Varnish in blue
Varnishes in different qualities
- Matt varnishes have a restrained and natural effect. Choose between MissPompadour Matt Varnish, Painting the Past matt varnish and Mylands Wood & Metal matt.
- Silk matt varnish looks good on all surfaces. It is robust yet subtle. You can choose between MissPompadour Eggshell Varnish, Painting the Past varnish Eggshell and Mylands Wood & Metal Eggshell
- If you want your furniture to be eye-catching, paint it glossy with the Wood & Metal Gloss Varnish from Mylands.
Tips for the relaxing trend colour
Living styles and trends in blue tones
If you prefer strong blue tones and a natural effect, we recommend the maritime living style, which is often used in bathrooms and guest toilets. But it can also show its character in living rooms and entrance areas.
Which colours harmonise well with blue?
Ifyou want to be particularly bold, you can paint an accent wallin orange wall paint and the furniture in front of it in a strong or dark blue.
In the end, you can paint almost all your rooms with the different shades of blue, because it supports your ideas through and through.