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I really like the colors on the right - Stratton Blue and Frank Blue
I like the fresh greens of the tiles but not the citrus/yellow greens of the vanity.
Suggested True Blue Paint Picks
Glaze or layer color on walls. If your interior paint color is almost but not quite right, you could try painting a glaze over the paint to tone down the color, or go back to the store and ask for a tint, mixed using your color plus white. Designers often use this trick to get a custom look, because a blend of several shades results in a richer, more natural-looking color.
Blue. One of my favorite choices for a bedroom is a soft sky blue with a subtle sage undertone. Blue is calming and a logical choice for slumber-inducing relaxation. This bedroom is painted in Benjamin Moore's Quiet Moments 1563, which is best paired with a crisp white.
Green. I have long admired the shade of green in this kitchen. I think it's perfectly paired with the white cabinets and does a good job of adding warmth. This mellow shade of green is Farrow & Ball's Ball Green 25.
Greige. A made-up color, but important enough to mention because I use it so much. A soft gray with beige undertones that is a perfect complement to most white marbles, such as Calacatta. It's a great solution for those who feel gray is too cold. This elegant bathroom is painted in my favorite greige, Benjamin Moore's Revere Pewter HC-172.
Gray. A popular color for modern and transitional interiors, gray is a unique neutral. I love a soft charcoal gray paired with creamy whites and beige. Try gray with a punch of chartreuse for a surprising combination that really works. This dramatic great room is painted in Dunn-Edwards' Baby Seal DE 6361.
White. White is really one of the most asked-about colors. The perfect white is sought after for cabinets and trim. Undertones in white paint are important and can really shift a palette. My favorite pure white is White Dove OC-17, by Benjamin Moore. This white, shown here in this gorgeous kitchen, is crisp with no undertones. It looks great against any color.