Color of the Month: Peek a Blue

A collage of images representing the color: Peek a Blue
April is a month of showers and sunshine -sometimes even both at once. The weather begins to warm up as the sky turns from its dreary, wintry grays into a soft, subtle blue, which makes Peek a Blue T17-04 the perfect Behr Color of the Month.
Paint Swatch - Open paint can with paint brush that was dipped showing paint color for: Peek a Blue
On living room walls, Peek a Blue adds a warm, inviting vibe that’s ideal for a retro-inspired space. Pair Peek a Blue with white door and window trim to enhance the subtle nuances of this peaceful shade. Add a few natural accents such as a potted plant or a lamp topped with a timeless burlap lampshade. Enhance the space even more with hints of golden yellow, blue or light gray. Finish things off with a touch of texture, such as a white faux-fur or a gold corduroy throw pillow.
A siting area with walls painted in Peek a Blue
Peek a Blue on the kitchen walls makes the room feel spacious, airy and inviting at the same time. This humble hue works really well with cabinets in white or light wood tones such as oak. It’s also right at home with brushed stainless cabinet hardware and dark granite countertops.
A kitchen with walls painted in Peek a Blue
Peek a Blue also works well as an accent color. In a living room or seating area decked out in muted neutral tones, Peek a Blue throw pillows add just enough color. Pair them with a couple of mismatched, patterned throw pillows in neutrals and blue tones to add some zip to a room full of solid colors. A pale blue hydrangea bouquet makes the perfect matching centerpiece for the coffee table.
A living room with walls painted in Peek a Blue

Trim and ceiling: White Veil OR-W14

Give a dining room a fresh new outlook by coating the walls in Peek a Blue. Like a pale blue sky, this color serves as an excellent backdrop to highlight the beauty emanating from other colors in the room. A gold chandelier really stands out in the space, coupled with golden table accents and fabrics. Peek a Blue is also the perfect pairing for a painted floor inspired by blue, green and white mid-century linoleum tile. Retro never looked so modern and fresh.
A dining area with walls painted in Peek a Blue
Peek a Blue works wonders on bathroom walls, whether the room’s style is spa-inspired or more of a beach house chic. Outfit the room with white or light wood hues such as driftwood to keep the space feeling fresh, peaceful and light. Peek a Blue also goes well with dark oil-rubbed bronze or black fixtures. In addition, it can be a pleasing color for guest-bath furnishings such as a bookcase used to store spare towels and toiletries.
A bathroom cabinet painted in Peek a Blue

Walls: Shoelace OR-W13, Trim: Sleek White OR-W15

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For more ideas and inspiration visit the Behr Color Studio at behr.com.
Colorfully yours,
-Quinn

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  • lisa says...

    would peak blue look good as a accent wall in a living room that’s painted a cream
    color with white ceilings

    • Deanna Torrez says...

      Hello Lisa, Thank you for visiting our blog! 🙂
      Yes Peak a Blue will coordinate nicely with a cream tone.
      Colorfully Yours,
      Deanna

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