Navy blue is one of those colors that gets a great deal of admiration — even from those who may not always love the colour or want to utilize it in their homes. Navy blue typically conjures up feelings of dependability, power and authority. This colour also makes quite a statement when used inside your home. Navy is a bold choice, but it’s a timeless colour that may also appear new and fresh, and it always gives an area that wow factor.
The blue walls give this entire room a feeling of depth. Don’t be scared to use a dark colour as a backdrop for photography or artwork. The result is intriguing and eye catching here.
Wall paint: Old Navy, Benjamin Moore
Monticello Custom Homes and Remodeling
Navy blue is almost always a great colour for a boy’s room. That is because boys tend to like darker colors blue is usually among their favorites. Navy blue and gray create a wonderful contemporary color scheme for a boy’s room. A blue attic bed in this area gets high marks to be trendy.
Suggested paint pick: Award Blue, Behr
Jessica Bennett Interiors
The combination of navy blue and white is conventional, but it may also be utilised in a casual way. Mixing dark blue and white patterns is also a fun way to add interest to a room.
Valerie interiors + design, inc
With the Fourth of July right around the corner, using red, white and blue only seems fitting for this season. Although this colour trio is certainly patriotic, it looks good all year long.
Mary Wyar Photography
Navy blue orders attention when employed as an accent. Employing navy to make a focal wall is a wonderful way to utilize this colour, particularly in a smaller area, where four darkened walls can create a closed-in feeling.
Suggested paint pick: Morning Glory, Sherwin-Williams
Navy and gold collectively are regal and refined, but this colour scheme doesn’t have to feel nostalgic. A lively patterned wall covering has been used together with vibrant blue throw pillows in this living area. Both bring a little whimsy.
Leonard Grant Architecture
Most people want their kitchen to feel comfortable and inviting, and that may be a challenge when utilizing blue. However, by using deeper, more warm shades of blue you are still able to achieve a look that is relaxed and comfortable.
Suggested paint pick: Indigo, Sherwin-Williams
Muted shades of navy blue work really well in conventional spaces. These milder blues do create a statement but simply don’t yell as loud.
Suggested paint pick: Van Deusen Blue, Benjamin Moore
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