Just thought I'd quickly update you on a successful colour crush I've found here.
You all know how much I love turquoise anything by now right?
But picking the perfect paint tone for this was like nailing Jell-O to a wall. I'd stare for ages at the colour decks where I work (Benjamin Moore) and continually waffle between: "too blue" "too green" "too bright" "too gray".
Honestly, I'd be my own worst customer for making a choice of paint colour!
Sometimes the real trick is to find something else you love that's already in the colour you crave (a scarf, a painting, a piece of pottery) then find the paint chip to match it.
Voila ~ the perfect turquoise for me!
I got slap-happy with my paintbrush and brought this old wooden high-chair back to life.
Scuffing it up after ward for that yummy distressed look.
Now that I've finally settled on a paint colour, it actually was the perfect pick. It already goes with a lot of the turquoise pops of colour in our home... even the kid's room curtains. So I'll be splashing more of it in there.
It even matches the tone of my turquoise/wood earrings I have for sale.
So.. that's something.
For anyone wanting that perfect bold pop of colour... here's my top pick:
I wouldn't paint an entire room in it.. just highlight pieces.
A more subdued antique tone that I would love on our walls would be HC-144 Palladian Blue.
Gosh, I am such a colour geek.
What's your perfect palette?