Navy Blue Rooms

I've always loved the color blue, and have found navy blue in particular to be a versatile chameleon. I don't think there is a color that doesn't go with navy! There are times when I've even thought "navy is the new black" but have refrained from making such statements. Navy has been hot for a few years now and it looks classic mixed with white, like all those ginger jars we see in decor magazines today.

Then I read an article from the Wall Street Journal (Top 5 Interior Design Trends for 2015) discussing how moody blues are on trend, and so I thought it would be fun to show a few combinations of navy with other colors for some inspiration. I focused mostly on painted navy rooms, although adding navy accents through furniture and accessories is another great way to infuse a smaller dose of this blue. So without further adieu let's see some pictures!

Navy with Neutrals (moody blues)


Navy & White (classic & crisp)



Navy & Hot Pink (hot hot!)


Navy & Green/Yellow (crisp & clean)


Navy & Purple (artistic / dramatic)


Navy & Deep Red (traditional)


Navy & Bright Red (classic & fun)

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Navy & Pink (cute!)


Navy & Orange (Classic & Masculine)




Navy & Chartreuse (eclectic)


Navy & Citrine Yellow (Electric)



So what do you think of navy and it's versatility? Is it a color you would use, or do use in your home? I would love to know!


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Reader Comments (2)

Amazing combination of colors and good creative ideas. I feel good while reading this post, it's refreshing. . thanks for posting.
March 25, 2015 | Unregistered CommenterVirat
Thank you for reading!
March 26, 2015 | Registered CommenterAndrea Valle

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