This enveloping blue, tinged with green and black, sets off classic white-painted crown molding and chair rail beautifully. For a similar look, try Valspar Azure Jazz. | Photo: Ryann Ford | thisoldhouse.com
Sage Advice - Stained-wood or neutral-painted furniture fits easily into a room painted with a contrasting color. The sage green walls in this dining area balance the orange hues in the wood. The natural shade of green also complements the traditional country feel of the furniture and the room.
"Green is a soothing color. Traditionally, it's associated with healing. This is a sage green that stays muted, even with the sun on it (Benjamin Moore Creekside Green). It makes me feel relaxed. It's not a color that is shouting to be noticed. It's calm and comfortable." -Amelia T. Handegan
Classic Dining Room painted with Benjamin Moore Chelsea Gray from the Historical Collection -168. The living room color pairs nicely: Benjamin Moore Kendall Charcoal 166 also from the Historical Collection.