Trend Color Spotlight: Soul Search

A modern dining room painted in a deep blue color called Soul Search T18-14. Decorative elements include a white ceramic plates and metallic gold-ware, a modern lighting fixture and an abstract painting.
When selecting color for a dining room, the first thing that might come to one’s mind is the thought that warm hues such as yellow, orange and red stimulate the appetite and are the ideal colors to use. Though this is true, to some extent, it isn’t a constraint on what colors can be used in a dining room. Don’t be afraid to break away and run with a bold blue like Soul Search T18-14 -a deep, soothing, aquatic blue inspired by the ocean depths.
A top view of an open paint can showcasing blue wet paint.
Dining rooms should be convivial, welcoming and comfortable, a place to converge, dine, entertain and bond with your family.  Soul Search can bring all this and more.  The warm undertone of this blue, makes it a perfect pairing for gold metallic accents and blonde woods, creating a dining room with a beautiful and contemporary yet–eclectic feel.
Colorfully yours,
Diana

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  • Stacey says...

    Would this color work well with a jewel tone theme for a bedroom and would this be a paint and primer mixed?

    • Deanna Torrez says...

      Hello Stacey, thank you for visiting our blog!
      This color will definitely work for a jewel tone theme. Yes it will be paint and primer in one!

      Hope this helps!

      Colorfully Yours,
      Deanna

  • C says...

    Why does “soul search” look much lighter on your website? Do you no longer carry this darker blue?

    • Deanna Torrez says...

      Hello C,
      thank you for visiting our blog! Soul Search is still the same color.
      Due to differences in monitors and technical factors, the colors here cannot be represented with their true qualities. These color samples should only be considered a guide. Please refer to actual swatches for true color. We strongly recommend beginning with an 8 oz. sample container of the color you choose and apply it to a small area on your wall to ensure your satisfaction with the color choice. It is always a good idea to see how the light and ambient conditions affect the color at different points in the day.

      Hope this helps!

      Colorfully Yours,
      Deanna

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