20 of the Best Colors to Pair with Blue

Blue is one of those colors that makes everyone feel good. It can be relaxing, enveloping, subtle, clean and even refreshing depending the shade you decide on. And the even more important benefit of using this tone in your home in its versatility! No matter the theme or color your decide to accent it with, blue will always work. But that doesn’t mean you can’t go with the best options. Take a peek at 20 of the best colors to pair with blue and see if one strikes a fancy with you!

1. Silver.

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For a bit of modern sparkle and shine, cover your room into a sultry blue and top it off with a glistening silver. This pair may be contemporary and futuristic in feel but it’s also quite pretty!

2. Cranberry.

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Paired with a hazy blue, a cranberry accent can add a bit of life and traditionalism into your kitchen, bedroom or even in the living room. We love this easy contrast.{found on sarahgreenman}.

3. Bronze.

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If you’re looking for a funkier finish, try adding some bronze to your blue-hued room. These light fixtures offset the silky blue foundation with a trendy, fun flair.

4. White.

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Whether you accent your bright white kitchen or bathroom with a powder blue or cobalt finish, this color duo works magic. Modern and crisp, it’s a classic pairing that will make any area fresher, cleaner and more inviting.

5. Peach.

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A soft, peach-covered room will always need a little bit of punch and pizzazz to create a more design-worthy look. And with just a little bit of blue, that peach room can turned into something quite refreshing and special.

6. Canary.

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Add a bit of sunshiney spirit into your room by adding some bright, canary yellow accents in and around your blue areas. The two colors offset each other quite nicely and enhanced the lightness and sultriness of both.

7. Mint.

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Create a delicate and cottage-styled room by combining cool blues and mint greens. With these dainty shades you can easily transform your living or dining room into something with a vintage, feminine spirit.

8. Wheat.

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If you want something cozy, but still very stylish, try adding a sleek blue shade to a traditional wheat color. Both are smooth tones that can dress any room of the house.

9. Lavender.

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Add some girlish charm to you blue-hued space by accented the room with a bit of lavender. It’s another cooling shade so your room will look bigger and even more relaxing.

10. Blush.

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Similar to lavender, blush is another feminine shade that can be added to blue colors and create a girly and freeing retreat. It’ll never be too harsh of a combination either, which makes it very versatile.

11. Midnight.

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For an edgier and more masculine vibe try pairing a smooth midnight black with any shade of blue that you love. It’s perfect for the bedroom or even in a powerful and bold home office.

12. Champagne.

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Champagne isn’t as dramatic as gold but still gives off a feminine and sparkling finish. And when paired with blue, the contrast between the two worlds can do something magical in any nook or cranny.

13. Teal.

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Blue and teal may be similar but they’re quite different in style and presence. When the duo comes together they can enhance a room’s overall fashion-forward energy and provide a more youthful look.{found on swad}.

14. Bubblegum.

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Create a feminine and masculine contrast by pairing these two shades together. There’s a lot of fun interest that comes with this combination and we are gushing over this finished product.{found on pbteen}.

15. Chocolate.

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For another traditional and cozy look try adding a chocolatey brown to your blues. It’s an easy way to dress up or dress down a room that’s needs a sprucing in the family home.{found on georgettewestermaninteriors}.

16. Scarlet.

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Scarlet red and blue can be a really fun contrasting color duo. It’s bright, bold and dramatic, making for a beautiful way to accent a more neutral palette.

17. Grass.

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We love the organic, natural feel of pairing a great blue shade with a grass green hue. It’s a unique way to decorate but it also have a very vacation-like appeal to it as well.

18. Mustard.

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This is the most trendy of color pairs and colors: blue and mustard yellow. Mustard is making a big splash in the interior design world and combines with a Favorited blue, you cannot go wrong.

19. Coral.

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A fresh and girly coral can easily compliment a blue bathroom, breakfast nook or back porch with classy and ease. We love the sophisticated of this pair.

20. Ash.

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A personal favorite of the list, blue and ashy grays can transform a room into something with an inviting spirit and relaxing energy. It’s so smooth and peaceful, you’ll never want to leave.