Color Blue Inspired Interior: There’s More Blue than It Meets the Eye

rendered blue living room
Rendered blue living room. Photo courtesy of Adobe Stock.

For years, the color blue has remained as the world’s favorite color. It perfectly portrays an atmosphere of work and meditation as what people currently need. Announced as the color of the year by Pantone, the Classic Blue communicates stability, trustworthiness, and security.

Described as “solid and dependable” and a shade “we can always rely on” by Pantone Color Institute executive director Leatrice Eiseman, Classic Blue will make a strong statement on its own — as a bold feature wall or as an accessory against a neutral backdrop — or layered with other lighter shades of blue, such as denim or sky, for a tonal look.

Making it easy for us to find fresh and exciting alternatives, the color blue is one of the all-time interior classics that is always making buzz. Sitting in a colored blue room is like forgetting all about reality, entering an unreal territory. In Tibetan Buddhism, blue is the color of wisdom, creating a copy for the sky’s infinity.

different hues of blue in a room

As all color has different hues, the color blue offers freshness and elegance. In this Mediterranean themed room, a wide range of hues of blue are placed. The classic combination of blue and white creates a feeling of freshness and lightness. The white color perfectly shades absolutely any blue shades: from cobalt and indigo to azure blue and turquoise. This combination is reflected in the marine theme, suitable for the bathroom, children’s or the interior of a summer country house.

A classic blue counter can add interest to an otherwise neutral room. Photo courtesy of Unsplash

Shaker cabinets are a flexible style that works in both contemporary and traditional homes. The turquoise blue cabinets and copper fixtures did the trick for the area. Together, they have an ageless feel that pays homage to the home’s original interior.

two toned blue kitchen
A classic blue counter can add interest to an otherwise neutral room. Photo courtesy of Unsplash

Blue restaurant designs can also be more colorful than that. You can use blue for the walls as well, although you should consider pastel tones instead of bright tones because you don’t want to create an overwhelming décor. By using vintage designs and textured fabrics, together with a combination of blue and cream, you’ll get a fresh look and serene atmosphere. Also, it will be easy to create a classic balance.


A deep blue shade that’s at once comfortable and relatable, PANTONE 19-4052 Classic Blue.

blue accent cabinet

The most classic pairing is a cool blue accent — being the least aggressive color choice possible. Whether you pick muted pastel shades or pair a saturated lemon with deep navy, mixing a warm yellow with a darker, chillier blue creates balance to keep the space from visually getting too hot or too loud.

rendered blue living room

If you genuinely adore blue and like being surrounded by it, start by painting the walls in your favorite blue shade.

You can also opt for blue-toned wallpapers in any style or design, upholster furniture for an even stronger impact, or give advantage to tufted cushions and their lush textures to make the place homey rather than luxurious.

More than anything else, blue is a nature’s prevalent and most impressive color, famous by its peaceful and confidential qualities, and the wide range of hues it provides including elegant indigos and playful baby blues.

It is because of this that blue never goes out of style, and continues motivating designers to suggest amazing combinations to complement it.

What is even better, blue works perfectly with any other color, and that makes it a smart choice for every home.

Planning to renovate your place this new upcoming decade for a brand new ambiance and a fresh start in life? Perhaps this color will transform your home in a more elegant way.

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