What a great accent color! I wouldn’t necessarily use it as the main color because it is quite dark but this slate blue is a great starting point. What other colors go with slate blue? Let’s chat about them!
The primary color in this palette is that darker slate blue. It is a rich color depending on where and how you use it. I’d avoid a north-facing room unless you are trying to achieve the look of a darker cooler room, then go for it.
Moving over to the light blue, which is the wall color, this color goes well with the accent slate blue. They both have a cool undertone with a slight hint of gray, which coordinates well. This light blue would also work well in a bedroom, bathroom, or even a toddler’s bedroom.
As I mentioned many times, I am not a fan of gray, but every now and then, it does fall nicely into a color palette. This gray would be a unique application for trim in the room.
Now I just love that light peachy pink for a ceiling color! As I also mentioned many times in this blog, I do not care for white ceilings or white trim. It is more exciting to have color in the spaces than just a safe white. This ceiling color works well with the trim color. Gray and peach are classic colors together. Throw in the two blues that I mentioned here, and you have a beautiful, unique color palette for your home.
If you are interested in this color palette for your home, please send Donna an email at email@example.com, and we can work together to bring these colors into your home. They are available in Sherwin Williams, Benjamin Moore, and Valspar. This color palette sells for $55.