Benjamin Moore “Dark Harbor” CSP-720
4. Benjamin Moore Varsity Blue #756
Benjamin Moore “Varsity Blue” #756
5. Benjamin Moore “Venezuelan Seas” 2054-30
“It’s beautiful in small spaces,
|“I prefer Farrow & Ball’s Lulworth Blue, as their recipes have a much higher pigment content than other brands which creates a visibly greater depth. In choosing colors, we always follow natures lead. A peacock offers so much vibrant inspiration for a room. Beautiful hues of blue that create the mood, depth and contrast.” ~Peggy Platner & Co.|
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fall into the range of peacock blue?
This post reveals how differently everyone views color or thinks of a
specific color. Yet another reason why it is vitally important to work with
a professional when it comes to picking paint colors. Clear
communication is key and vital to achieving proper results!
Collect pictures out of magazines, start a Pinterest
Paint Board, Find a Fabric or shopping bag the color you want to use.
Small paint chips can be so deceiving. The designers know how it will
look on the wall given the light in the room or the reflections from other
Tip: I always recommend painting large poster board samples
to pin around the room, you plan to paint so you can look at the color at
various times of day in various degree of light.