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Best guess for this paint color?

Posted by bluemoon28 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 9, 12 at 18:35

It's the little boy's bedroom from the movie Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close. It comes across as a very rich aqua or turquoise but not a loud color, grayed down a little maybe. This is the best screencap I could find of it. I'd appreciate any guesses as to what the color might be.

Here is a link that might be useful: bedroom


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RE: Best guess for this paint color?

Maybe this will be helpful


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RE: Best guess for this paint color?

You may want to try looking around this blog....

Here is a link that might be useful: Erin's House of Turquoise


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RE: Best guess for this paint color?

I'm not looking in the daylight, but BM buxton blue?

I'd have to look in the a.m.


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RE: Best guess for this paint color?

Buxton Blue is a real possibility. It was funny googling it- talk about a wide range of colors all purporting to be the same color- everything from pale blue to sky blue to turquoise. But one or two images looked similar to the bedroom color in the movie, so maybe it's all about lighting. After all, the color in the image posted by Annie looks pale blue, different than the image I posted. So maybe it's just one of those changeable colors. Anyway, thanks for the suggestion. I'll have to grab a sample and check it out. Thanks!


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RE: Best guess for this paint color?

I always like going to this site for a jumping-off
point because ALL the colors are named~

Here is a link that might be useful: http://www.favoritepaintcolorsblog.com/search/label/blue


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RE: Best guess for this paint color?

Looks like BM Wedgewood Gray


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