Everyone has seen pictures of the beautiful hillside homes and churches in Greece that are made of white plaster accented with that beautiful Mediterranean blue, also referred to as Monaco Blue. It's close to cobalt blue but slightly muted, and it isn't quite as dark as navy blue. It is by far one of my favorite shades of blue. Pictured: West Elm Ceramic Vases
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How to Decorate with Mediterranean Blue
- Mediterranean blue looks great with crisp with. If you have white apartment walls, dress them up with blue curtains or a blue painting.
- Incorporate Meditteranean blue in your patio decor with blue outdoor pillows.
- In addition to white, Mediterranean Blue looks great with grey or silver. If you add blue as the main color scheme in a room, try to add in a lot of polished silver accessories.
- It's a vibrant shade to add in coastal decor. Swap out dark navy nautical decor for accessories in Mediterranean blue. Try looking for glass bottles in this cobalt shade of blue.
- If you want to mix Monaco blue with browns, use light brown natural elements like nautical ropes, linen, or jute.
- This color can look great in a traditional setting with floral prints, but it really looks great with global prints as well. Think Ikat and Morroccan Lattice
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