If there is a colour that does wonders in decoration, it’s blue. And as it lightens to a sky blue tone, it will give a true breath of fresh air to your interiors. Long considered outdated, sky blue is back in force in interior decoration today. Both bright and soft, it trumps white as a base wall colour and creates a soothing atmosphere. In a rental, sky blue is welcomed for the touch of lightness it brings, but also for its colour, less likely to get dirty than white. Another advantage of sky blue is that it combines easily with all styles: industrial, bohemian, shabby, Scandinavian, countryside, vintage ..., the important thing is to pair it with the right colour to create the desired ambiance. So bring character to your interiors and discover the trending colours to combine with sky blue…
Sky blue and black
Sky blue works very well with black as it creates high contrast. One of today’s favourite combinations will create an industrial spirit in the room or give it that oh-so-retro look.
Sky blue and gold
As a cold colour, sky blue marries well with warmer golden tones. You can play with gold coloured accessories that will create a sophisticated atmosphere.
Sky blue and bright colours
Bright orange and pink fuchsia are colours that contrast dynamically with the softness of sky blue, the combination is therefore most successful. However, avoid combining yellow and blue as this duo is outdated.
Sky blue and vintage colours
Together with mustard yellow, coral red and olive green, sky blue is discreet and highlights the furniture to create a vintage interior, close at times to a bohemian style.
Sky blue and the spectrum
When combined with Pigeon blue or Navy blue, sky blue is very elegant and brings a touch of masculinity to the room.
Sky blue and neutral tones
Beige, taupe and light grey diffuse a certain softness when associated with sky blue. With distressed furniture, the atmosphere becomes shabby and playing on wraparound textiles, the room takes on chic country tone.
Sky blue and white
Let us not forget the inseparability of sky blue and white. Featuring lacquered materials, this efficient duo creates a modern interior and, combined with wood, reveals a Scandinavian style.