Don't know if you go over to the "colors" section. I am trying to decide on a blue color (Ben Moore) that will go with gray/silver, white and turquoise accents. Any suggestions?? see link below with photos.
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Well, I for one love the Peacock blue you illustrated. It compliments all the neutrals and dark woods deliciously. Of course, you should view a sample board under the varied lighting conditions and use white as a crisp accent throughout. I am a fan of contrast and drama and the wall color you illustrated fits that bill.
If you disagree, find an inspirational print w/ a blue that works in your room and evokes the feel you seek. The blue inspirational print should unite your palette and set the tone for the entire room. It can come via a pillow, an upholstered chair or stool, art, a rug for examples. It will take the guess work out of finding your wall color.
I like the peacock color too, just find the paint chip and go a shade or two lighter if you want. Or pale gray/blue would be nice too.
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