Decoration, Design trends

Classic Blue – The Color

Simple but bold, Classic Blue is a color pick for 2020. This beautiful blue color will infuse our interiors (and our minds!) with a relaxed confidence we’ve been craving, with unlimited design possibilities.

What is Pantone ?

In case you didn’t know, Pantone Color Institute is the go-to source when it comes to colors. Pantone experts study global culture and societal trends looking for color influences that will affect home design, fashion, textures and more.

Take a moment to really look at the color. You might picture a vast and infinite night sky … or maybe it’s dusk and the sun’s setting. Or perhaps a sense of peace and calmness is washing over you?

We are living in a time that requires trust and faith. It is this kind of constancy and confidence that is expressed by Classic Blue.

This particular shade of blue is reflective, anchoring and self-assured. It’s relaxed and restful — meant to offer us all a sense of needed tranquility. Humans are drawn towards colors that offer the promise of protection, this is exactly what Classic Blue offers.

Here is Phenomena Paints Sapphire Palette, which offers different variations of Classic Blue.

Classic Blue is a rich, dreamy, dark, beautiful shade of azure — and it’s wonderful simplicity offers so many home decor, possibilities, that it is hard to express here in this short article. But I will try to express the universality of this color, by sharing some pictures.

Here are some more “Decorating ideas from our chief interior decorator
The color combination of Blue and White is a timeless and classic look seen in traditional and modern home decor. Using color inside our homes is not just an easy way to try out new trends, it’s also a way to creatively connect.What may initially strike us as an ordinary color, has been described as a timeless hue that, “highlights our desire for a dependable and stable foundation”.A blue color in home-decor can be easily applied across so many different materials, textures and finishes.Classic Blue furnishings create a traditional yet bold foundation, whether it’s woven into an unexpected art piece, upholstered on an elegant tufted coach, or patch-worked into a calming velvet pillow.

As for home design, this stable shade injects calmness into a space, making it the perfect protective refuge. We suggest using Classic Blue on the walls of your living room or bedroom for a bold statement, which radiates calmness. Or try incorporating it with accessories — couches, chairs or lamps — for a more elegant feel. Want a monochromatic look? Muted blues may work best.

The good news is, blue is timeless; pair it with white and you truly can’t go wrong. Experts say, Classic Blue encourages us to look beyond the obvious to expand our thinking; challenging us to think more deeply, increase our perspective and open the flow of communication.

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Color Therapy

Perhaps because it’s the color of both the sky and the sea – In color therapy, blue tones are said to evoke clarity, pureness, and increased intuition.

In the home, the shade is immediately calming and welcoming, whether used in a deep navy for a touch of drama, or in a lighters shades for more subtle space. Whatever shade of blue is for you—and whatever decorating style, from nautical to regal Blue works for all.

Blue has been a most used color in Moroccan Decor. And you can’t go wrong with Moroccan ceramic accessories in bright blue color to introduce blur in your home.  Here are 5 Elements that will let you nail down the Moroccan boho decor: jewel tones, bright blue pillows, low-rise wooden tables, some greenery, and a mix of textures and fabrics.

Moroccan Nights, Noosh and Jeans, some of the few beautiful hues of Classic Blue, by Phenomena Paints.

Nina Lia Design Home Furnishingsis furniture decorative and painting company based in Niagara Falls, Ontario and can take painted furniture to the next level with a deft artistic touch.

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