Looking for the perfect blue shade for your next home project? Here you’ll find the Dulux Blue Colour Chart in one place so you can find, compare and pick your perfect blue!
Blue paint colours are a hugely popular choice in an interior, they can bring a calming and restorative feel for an interior, loved in coastal styled interiors and beyond.
There is a huge scope for how blue can feel in your interior from pastel, very pale blue shades all the way through to defining navy blue shades.
Whether you’re looking to incorporate blue into your hallway, bedroom, living room or beyond, join me as I explore all of the Dulux blue colours in their offering.
Dulux Blue Colour Chart – Let’s Meet The Blue Colours
Kicking off with the light blues in the Dulux blue colour chart is one of my personal favourites, Blueberry White. This pared back shade is a soft, baby blue colour with blue undertones.
This colour can help to deliver an inviting and coastal feel without the blue shade feeling too cold in a space. Perfect for nurseries, bathrooms, bedrooms, and used as an accent colour in a space.
If you’re looking to add a dynamic finish to your interiors, Mineral Mist is a calm, muted choice that’s suitable for most rooms in the home.
Mineral Mist is a pastel blue, versatile shade that delivers a relaxing, tranquil edge to any room. Perfect for use in most room from hallways and living rooms, to a boys nursery room.
Dulux Blissful Blue is a pale and soothing blue colour with a subtle grey undertone. It is a calming and peaceful colour that can help to create a relaxing atmosphere in a room.
It’s a versatile colour that can work well with a variety of design styles, from traditional and modern to coastal inspired interiors.
If you’re looking for a true baby blue, First Dawn is a perfect choice. It brings a touch more boldness and warmth with it and it can provide a relaxing accent colour in a hallway, bedroom, living room or bathroom.
A blue that’s perfect for every room, this light shade of cyan has blue and teal undertones. The result is a soft, pared black blue shade which can almost feel green in some lights.
Always buy a tester post first and paint a swatch in your chosen room, this will give you a chance to see how it looks and feels during the light at different times of the day.
With a mix of blue undertones, Frosted Lake has a slightly deeper hue than Misty Sky. This more defining blue shade is a dynamic and versatile shade for an interior.
Pair with black accents for a defining and modern look in a room, pair with other soft shades such as sage green, cream or white for a neutral combination.
Dulux Quintessential Blue is a light to mid range blue, a bold yet relaxing shade for any room in the house. It pairs tonally well with other blue shades, a perfect way to bring texture and layer into a space.
It also works well with neutral shades such as white, cream and sage green, or if you’re feeling more daring in your interiors introduce a gold, navy blue or mustard yellow for a statement pop of colour.
Coastal Grey paint by Dulux is a pale, almost baby blue shade that is underpinned by tones of grey. This muted shade is light, airy and adds a sense of tranquility, and calm to a space.
Despite blue often being considered cold in interiors, it’s a light, airy and warm blue that looks fabulous in a multitude of rooms.
This captivating shade of blue is perfect for adding a pop of colour to your home decor scheme. Whether you’re looking to create a tranquil atmosphere in your bedroom or a statement wall in your living room, Bright Skies is a versatile colour that can be combined with a range of complementary and contrasting hues.
Dulux Bright Skies is a beautifully pared back light blue shade that has blue and grey undertones to it. This smooth and versatile shade brings a calming and soft feeling with it. Pair with neutral tones or layer with bolder shades for a stand out look.
Bluebird Skies is a mid to dark shade of blue, with a striking Cyan undertone that gives it that bolder hue of blue.
This coastal inspired shade works well with defining accents such as black to a more neutral combination of colours. To avoid the room feeling cold, introduce warmer pops of colours.
A beautifully blue and smooth finish, Blue Babe is striking and bold shade in the Dulux Blue Colour Chart. With dark and light blue undertones, this shade works well in a layered scheme.
Think about introducing differing shades of blue for a rich and layered look, neutrals and soft shades such as sage green for a warm and relaxed look.
If you’re looking for a slightly mid-darker blue, Blue Lagoon is a perfect choice, I love this shade for an accent colour within a coastal inspired interior.
You only need a few small touches of this colour to feel its impact, use it for colour blocking or a half wall painted look.
River Valley has blue and teal undertones which creates a soft teal, almost green shade in the Dulux Blue Colour Chart.
If you’re looking to create a stylish yet ultra relaxed interior this is one of my favourite ways to do it. It’s not cold like a traditional blue, yet it’s slight green undertones deliver a warm and relaxing feel.
With cyan and light blue undertones, Nordic Sky is a cross between a teal and blue shade.
Incorporate this bold yet versatile shade into a relaxing coastal interior, or add to a bedroom for a warm and statement making feature wall.
With blue undertones, Sky View is a relaxing and tranquil shade that’s perfect for most rooms in the home.
Pair with Dulux Lost Lake for a defining shade, and Mineral Mist for a layered, tonal combination.
Defined as a Cyan Blue shade, Vast Lake has a range of light to dark blue undertones. It pairs beautifully with other blue shades, grey for a touch of modernity or neutral combinations for a lighter and airier feel in an interior.
Sea Blue is a vivid and statement making blue. Derived from grey and blue undertones, this fresh shade is great as a dominant colour or used as an accent colour in a room.
Pair with tonal combinations or keep things neutral, perfect for a coastal inspired interior.
With a beautiful teal undertone, this rich and sumptuous shade in the Dulux Blue Colour Chart can create an opulent and warm colour in the room interior.
Pair with differing shades of blue and teal for a tonal take on decorating with this paint shade.
Denim Drift Dulux exudes warmth and depth in an interior, a perfect shade for an inviting living room, bedroom, or hallway.
Denim Drift has blue undertones, but it can appear both blue or grey depending on the light. Pairing it with similar colours will also bring that respective colour out in the shade.
Feel like making a brave move in your interiors? Look no further! It’s as striking and dramatic as it gets with this true cyan shade.
It has both grey and blue undertones so it tonally works well with these colours. Use Striking Cyan as an accent colour to avoid overpowering an interior.
Lost Lake is a deep and inky dark blue shade, with blue and grey undertones. This bold shade is perfect for most rooms in the home, use as a feature wall or defining accent colour in a room.
For a cohesive feel, pair with both grey and blue colours.
A medium to dark shade of cyan-blue, this deep squid ink shade of blue is bold, rich and a powerful statement making shade for an interior.
It has light to mid blue undertones which make for a great tonal pairing with Breton Blue.
With grey and blue undertones, Atlantic Blue delivers a light navy blue shade that packs a punch. Pair with greys or differing shades of blue for a well layered and textured look.
Sapphire Salute is a navy blue shade that brings a versatile, and dynamic colour into any room in a home. It’s great as an accent colour or using all in across walls in a room.
It works really well with other blue shades, as well as many other complementary colours including white, black and blush pink.
Finally, the darkest in the Dulux Blue Colour Chart, Sapphire Splendour has blue undertones but can look inky blue or black, depending on the light.
This versatile shade pairs well with other tonal combinations, neutral shades and more statement shades such as teal, mustard yellow and terracotta.
You will naturally be drawn to one blue colour from the Dulux Blue Colour Chart during this time, and if not, why not try incorporating a mix of them all in some way? Which Dulux blue shades are you drawn to from the Dulux Blue Colour Chart?