O-YES Properties | 18 Gorgeous ways to add blue walls to your home

18 Gorgeous ways to add blue walls to your home

Blue is an effortlessly cool colour — in a home, it can look punchy, calm, or neutral, depending on which shade you choose. Why is blue so popular? It's not only the colour of the sky and the ocean, it's also a soothing colour that can calm our nerves. When we see blue, we're transported. And incorporating blue as a colour in your home can be a fun way to add a relaxing touch to your interior design. Blue is a classic choice for walls and with good reason — who wouldn't want to feel zen in their home just by gazing at the wall?

So if you're ready to take on shades of baby blue, cerulean, navy, or royal blue in your home, then let's take a look at the best ideas for blue walls.

1. Ocean blue: If you want wow-factor in any room, choose a dark ocean blue. This shade provides the perfect backdrop for the art and unique furniture pieces in this living room.

Bar & Media Room in Family Home Decorbuddi Media room Blue

 

2. Grey-blue: Talk about chic. This grey-blue shade is contemporary and stylish, perfect for urban spaces.

SCHÖNER WOHNEN-FARBE Modern living room Blue

 

3. Light blue: In any room, light blue is a fantastic alternative to white. For a sense of calm and serenity, opt for a lighter blue.

EL Mazen For Finishes and Trims Living room Engineered Wood Blue

 

4. Blue accent: Darker shades of blue-grey can look almost like a neutral against more colourful furniture, and provide a needed break from white walls.

Holiday Rental Louise Misell Interiors Living room Blue

 

5. Deep teal: You really can't go wrong with a deep shade of teal — it's a classic for a reason. Pair this with any furniture and your room will look flawless.

Blue Wall Design GmbH Country style dining room

 

6. Aquamarine accent: For a more vibrant pop of colour, aquamarine is a great choice as an accent wall. Since it's so stark, it might be a shade better suited to beach houses or homes near the sea with seaside-style furniture.

maria inês home style Living room Blue

 

7. Robin's egg blue: While this shade is pretty daring, robin's egg blue looks romantic and dreamy as an accent wall in the bedroom and equally as lovely in a bathroom.

INGAART Nursery/kid’s room Beige

 

8. Peacock blue: Adding a strip of blue to half of the wall is a genius idea to inject colour into your home while maintaining white space. Peacock blue looks good anywhere.

COTA760 Modern living room Wood Blue

 

9. Blueberry blue: Deeper blues like this blueberry shade work really well with white or off-white accents. It's a rich look so if you have the right furniture to pull it off, your living room will look amazing.

DC Design House Lorna Gross Interior Design Living room Multicolored

 

 

 

10. Barely-there blue: Smokey, almost translucent blues or blue-greys are a smart option for the living room. Acting as a neutral, you can pair almost any colour palette with these walls.

COLLAGE.STUDIO Living room Blue

 

11. Powder blue: Opt for powdery blues for living rooms or bedrooms where you want to brighten the space. Powder blue is a fun alternative to white for a unique space.

Living Area Swish Design Works Modern living room Blue

 

12. Ultramarine: These ultramarine blue tiles look fabulous in this bathroom, and the slightly lighter blue walls help to reduce the shock of the vibrant colour.

Cloakroom in Holland Park Apartment Decorbuddi Classic style bathroom Blue

 

13. Blue-green: Shades of blue-green are a fun and appropriate choice for the bathroom. This tile wall seems almost oceanic in appearance.

Rescue + Refurb Solving Spaces Rustic style bathroom

 

14. Blue haze: A blue wall doesn't have to be monotonous. This artsy blue mural is a cool way to add colour that doesn't feel contrived.

Ombre Pixers Living room Turquoise

 

15. Blue tiles: Stormy blues or medium blues are great options for tiles, not only because they're beautiful colours but because they're that sweet spot of enough dark and light.

Equipe Ceramicas Kitchen Tiles Blue

 

16. Cobalt and cerulean blue: For a fun outdoor wall, choose bright shades of blue and mix and match.

Handmade garden chair Earth Designs Mediterranean style garden

 

17. Mid-blue tiles: These mid-blue tiles look like gorgeous fish scales. Adding just enough to cover the wall behind the bathtub looks amazing.

Equipe Ceramicas Mediterranean style bathrooms Ceramic

 

18. Blue-green: For a child's room, blue-greens are a natural choice since they remind us of the sea and the sky.

Hanging Lamps Pixers Living room Multicolored

 

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