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Posted by beantownrenovator
Sat, Jun 28, 08 at 8:23
|Hi All - I'm looking for a great blue paint that is muted to match with grey. I plan to do the opposite of this room (blue walls, grey fabrics) and would love some ideas. thanks so much as always.|
Here is a link that might be useful: bedroom I like
|this tech saavy 27 year old just figured out how to get the picture in here - sorry! |
|What about Ellen Kennon, Gaustavian Grey? |
|I'd second that. Or F&B Light Blue.|
|I really like Valspar Silverware (it's what I painted our boys rm.) so peaceful & serene w/o being cold. Their colors in the rm. are red, white & blue but when I originally painted it a yr. or so ago the only other accent color was crisp white & I thought that I'd move into the rm it was so lovely. Very grown up & sophisticated color. |
Another favorite of mine is MS Mercury Glass a warm grey/ blue w/ lavander tones underneath. It is very close to Silverware. Unfortunately these are old colors & while they can still be mixed & chips viewed at Lowes (Valspar) or Sears (MS).
Maybe check out BM Nightmist. I've seen that color used w/ grown up blues & greys very successfully.
The rm. you are planning sounds lovely.
|I used SW "Breezy" in my bedroom and master bath and love it. I had it tweaked at the shop to bring out more of the blue/gray than greenish tones.|
|SW's Misty. It's a silver blue. I used it because I wanted to use silver and white accents in the room. If you want a silver blue you'll love this. Here is a photo. I'll try to get better ones now that all the door casings, etc. are going up. |
|Here is the Valspar Silverware: |
I think that the MS Mercury Glass is slightly less blue.
I don't have a pic yet of Mercury Glass as it is in swatches all over my house.
|I have BM Sterling in my lakehouse bathrooms. It's grey with undertones of blue. I have white beadboard wainscotting and this shade offers nice contrast while still maintaining a neutral quality - neither too grey or blue. |
Sorry, no camera here today or I would send pictures -
|these are all wonderful ideas - thank you so much as always. i'm going to be busy testing them. i'll let you know what i decide.|
|Silver Mist 1619 from Sherwin Williams. Love, love this color. Send me email and I will send you pics. I just did my mbr and bath with it, with slate-like (charcoal colored) floors and crisp white trim. It is very much the ambience and tone of your inspiration pic.|
|bestyears - Can you post your pictures here. I'd love to see also. |
|I like BM Nantucket fog AC-22 and Yarmouth blue HC-150. Both gray blue.|
|I've used a blue/gray by Porter Paints called "Birch Tint" in two bedrooms with two different color schemes. It's a versatile color that will read more blue or more gray depending on what colors you pair it with. I had it with grays in one room and greens in another, and I was happy with how it came out both times.|
|Here's the tweaked SW Breezy: |
|marita40, that is a gorgeous shade of blue!!!|
|Here are a few pics from our master bed and bath using SW Silver Mist 1619 |
|Brutuses, I love the SW Misty silver blue so much! Thanks for sharing. Marita40, I love the SW Breezy blue color walls. Ttodd, I love the Valspar Silverware on your walls. Bestyears, I love your Master Bathroom so much with the SW Silver Mist looking perfect in that room.|
|Ellen Kennon's new 'Christine's Cloud' is alot like Gustavian Grey but more blue-gray with no green undertones.|
Here is a link that might be useful: Ellen Kennon's webiste
|oooo thanks debbie -- one more sample to order from ellen!|
|I haven't decided on my color yet, but a great blog I read just did a feature on light blue paints. thought it would be helpful for anyone thinking about these colors.|
Here is a link that might be useful: remodelista pale blue paints
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