A Standout Accent Wall

Depending on the type or size of the room, Classic Blue will look excellent as the main colour. For the faint-hearted, however, you can still get a rich look by using it as an accent shade only. Great for bedrooms, the colour blue is also said to promote better quality sleep. It might be cool but it’s still very warm and will look just as good in any room.

Classic Blue Furniture

If committing to a wall feels too much, consider Classic Blue pieces instead. For the living room choose a plush velvet sofa in this irresistible shade for a look that you’ll love. Blue dining chairs will additionally add a modern twist to a family kitchen. Pair with warm-toned pendant lighting such as copper to pull the overall scheme together.

Statement Bathroom and Kitchen Cabinetry

Any space can benefit from a pop of this hue because Classic Blue is so versatile. Whether a bathroom vanity or an entire kitchen, 2020 still sees many exciting options. For a kitchen space pair blue cabinets with striking Carrara marble worktops. A neutral bathroom will additionally be thankful for lashings of this tempting colour.

Use Complementary Colours with Classic Blue

When it comes to Classic Blue, ‘’it’s go hard or go home’’ in terms of complementary colours. If you’re a bold person, orange tones work well for a contrasting, eclectic vibe. For a more paired-back take on the colour of the year, tone down Classic Blue with soft pastels. Crisp, bright white is also a classic pairing especially if you prefer a moodier blue.

Classic Blue Interior Doors

When you’re inspired by one single colour, it’s good to experiment with other similar shades. Doorsan’s RAL Colour range will help you do just that, in either an Open-pore or Smooth finish. Elements of Classic Blue in your living space will create a designer atmosphere that’s contemporary. In fact, the use of blue in an interior is also said to improve performance on cognitive tasks. If this sounds fitting and you’d like to discover Classic Blue custom-made doors, please get in touch with our Design team or click here to request a brochure. Thank you for reading.

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