Light, airy, fresh and calming, duck egg blue is a classic shade and a timeless choice when it comes to our home interiors. Whether you love a bit of country cottage, rustic, traditional or contemporary design, this colour works with just about any style.
Happily, pastels are big news this spring with duck egg blue leading the pack as one of the season’s favourite hues. Could this timeless shade be just the thing to give your home a fresh new look for the season? Our post today may just convince you!
What colours look good with duck egg blue?
One of the most effective ways of using duck egg blue is combining it with similar shades. Spring green and turquoise works particularly well with this shade, creating a tranquil look perfect for a living room or a bedroom.
It also contrasts beautifully with rose pink or warm reds. Our Jasmine accent chair in Linen and Bamboo Spice fabric shown above is perfectly offset against duck egg blue walls for a more contemporary take on this much-loved shade but you can use a softer pink as well if you prefer a more traditional look in your interiors.
For a fresh look, embrace a more coastal style by combining it with white, natural wood tones and other shades of blue. Add clear glass elements and loosely arranged flower arrangements for the finishing touch.
Duck Egg Blue Home Accessories
There are plenty of gorgeous home accessories on the market in duck egg blue if you want to dip your toe into this colour scheme. Take a look at some of our top picks below.
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In the living room, the Pappelina Mono Rug would contrast perfectly with Sophie Allport Garden Birds knitted cushions on the sofa. Create a relaxing setting by finishing it off with a DAB radio in this fantastic colour.
Looking for more tips on using duck egg blue in your home? Check out our post here!