Would you like to break out of the monotony and venture into your home decor? That is why we invite you to know and appreciate the use of oil blue in decoration. This closed tone, somewhat greenish, is one of the colours of the hour and is very popular with architects and interior designers.
And all this popularity is not in vain. Petroleum blue has the rare ability to make environments classy and sophisticated while infusing them with modernity and style.
But don’t be afraid of this versatility of petroleum blue. The colour is not difficult to combine and can be used in any room of the house, from the bedroom to the living room to the kitchen and bathroom.
For example, to create a more modern environment, bet on the combination of petroleum blue and its complementary tones such as orange or yellow. For more minimalist and clearer atmospheres, choose the combination with neutral colours such as white, black, grey and off-white tones. Colours similar to blue are also a good option, in this case, look for the palette of greens and pinks.
Now if the idea is a classic, elegant and charming environment, bet on the use of petroleum blue with variations of brown, which can come from the wood of the furniture or tones such as caramel, for example.
When it comes to adding petroleum blue to the decoration, you have two options: apply it to large areas, such as walls, floors and furniture, or use it in balanced doses on smaller items, such as pillowcases, blankets, vases, and paintings, among others.
Petroleum blue looks good on fine fabrics like silk or velvet, as the texture of these fabrics enhances the colour’s sense of elegance and comfort.
Were you curious to see how this teal thing looks in the decoration? We have already told you in advance that you will be surprised and will love the proposal. Look at the pictures and draw your own conclusions: