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Long live the blues!

Long live the blues!


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Ice blue


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Soft and subtle, ice blue is a pale blue but very bright that immediately lights up a room. Subtle and delicate, it can perfectly find its place in all rooms of the house, but works particularly well in a kitchen or a water room.

Duck blue


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At the crossroads between blue and green, duck blue takes its name from the characteristic color of the mallard feathers. It is a fairly dark shade of blue but remains bright, especially if you decide to paint a room in duck blue with a satin finish.

Sky blue


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Do you want freshness and radiance in your living room? Bet on the sky blue, a shade of blue full of dynamism and pep's that will instantly illuminate your living room or your dining room. If you want to add it sparingly to your home, no problem: bet on some decorative elements or furniture (chairs, sofa, etc.) that will brighten up the room in which they are located.

Turquoise blue


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Coming straight from the Mediterranean coast, the turquoise color transports us to a warm and holiday atmosphere that does not fail to brighten up the house and our morale! Vibrant and mysterious, this color is easier to marry than you think, and for example works wonders with other shades of blue for a sumptuous monochrome.

The blue "sailor"


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Want to feel on a sailboat or just by the beach, feet in the water, gazing at the ocean? It couldn't be simpler by choosing the sailor blue + white combo for your room! A duo which obviously works wonderfully in a body of water, to give it a cargo cabin side.

The blue "Greece"


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Straight from Santorini, the Greek blue color sublimates any decor by bringing it radiance, freshness and liveliness. To be used without moderation to feel out of place in a living room, an office, but especially a child's room and / or teenager or a bathroom (where we will not hesitate to associate the Greek blue to white).

Petroleum blue


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Very trendy for some time now, petrol blue is a shade of dark blue that first appeared in the fashion field before invading the decorative world… for our greatest pleasure. Intense, deep and mysterious, petrol blue is as pretty on the walls as on the furniture; in particular the velvet armchairs and sofas which it softly sublimates.

Royal blue


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You want a very pronounced blue at home but you are not a fan of too flashy colors? Opt for royal blue, a blue full of character, but slightly more muted than electric blue, which automatically has its small effect in a room.


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A great classic among the classics, navy blue is a very dark shade of blue that is very well known ... but that works all the time in interior design, especially if you associate it with gray with which it goes perfectly. For a dynamic but not too flashy interior, this is perfect.

Midnight blue


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To visually push the walls of a room, nothing like midnight blue, darker than navy blue but softer than black. Obviously, this shade of blue is ideal in a room (for children or adults) ... but it is quite possible to think outside the box and play with this color elsewhere than in the sleeping area: in the living room for example, where midnight blue will go perfectly with soft colors and pastel shades.