COLOUR SPOTLIGHT – Benjamin Moore Yarmouth Blue HC-150

Benjamin Moore Yarmouth Blue

Blue is one of my favourite colours.  In it’s clean bright form it’s perfect for opening small spaces into airy rooms.  With a hint of grey, it will creating a quiet atmosphere perfect for relaxing.

Generally, colours out of any company’s historical collection will be softer and more muted than the rest of the deck.  One of my favourite blues is Benjamin Moore Yarmouth Blue HC-150.  It has enough depth not to look washed out and is toned down enough for adult spaces.

Yarmouth Blue will pair beautifully with almost any colour.  Use it with crisp white woodwork/trim for crisp contrast or with a just-off-white like Benjamin Moore Cloud White for a softer look.  In the bedroom, warm up this cool shade by adding a cozy blanket in a creamy shade and fabrics in linen and beige.  In the bathroom, create a clean space by combining Yarmouth Blue with cool marble and stainless fixtures.

For more ideas click on my favourite finds below.

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4 Responses to “COLOUR SPOTLIGHT – Benjamin Moore Yarmouth Blue HC-150”

  1. mamalisa4

    Blue is one of my favorite colors!! We are in the middle of house hunting. When we finally settle into a new home, I want use blue. I love the photos and ideas!! Thank you!!!! Love this!!!!! 🙂

  2. Nancy ustaszewski

    Why does the last photo look so much more blue. I love the color in the first bedroom however, the last photo looks like 2 blue colors?

    • Rowe Spurling Paint Company

      Good afternoon. Thank you for visiting. Often the colours in images may be distorted by computer/device screens. They are also often edited by the designers which can also effect the colour. We always encourage our customers to took at the actual colour swatch before making a decision or even better – picking up a pint tested to put on the walls. Have a great week!


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