Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette is described as “A touch of gray softens this sweet pale blue. Not too masculine or feminine, this shade works beautifully in a baby’s nursery.”
This light blue can seem more baby blue or a cooler grayish blue depending on this amount of light that enters the room. Combine with different blue tones to create a coastal style or with orange and brass/ gold metallic tones for a more elegant, grown up traditional style.
A master bedroom of a coastal styled home with a monochromatic palette of soft blues including walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette which creates a soothing mood. The walls are pale aqua, while the fabrics, from the upholstered benches to the bedding to the trim on the window shades, feature soft periwinkle. Image via Coastal Living.
Soothing blue coastal styled bedroom with walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette.
Orange and light blue Traditional dining room by Hughes Design Associates. White wainscoting with walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette. Brass accents used in the mirror, lamps and chandelier, orange upholstered chairs.
Orange and blue dining room walls painted Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette
Another view of this amazing orange and blue Traditional dining room.
Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette is given a more sophisticated edge when combined with gold and brass accents.
Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette with white wainscot.
A welcoming bedroom with Traditional antique furniture & light blue walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette. From Cathy Green Interiors.
Traditional antique bedroom with walls painted in Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette.
Bedroom painted in a light blue with distressed mirrored bedside table, light blue and white bedding. If you are looking for an alternate brand of paints that creates a similar color then, the bedroom below is painted in Farrow & Ball Skylight which is a similar blue to Benjamin Moore’s Sweet Bluette.