Teal is not blue, not green, and not turquoise. Teal paint is a colour that beautifully lends itself to relaxation and balance. It can be cool and soothing. Adding teal to your interior design may be just the touch it needs. It can help balance out homey warmth or work together with pastel tones to liven up a space. The teal colour palette is becoming more and more popular recently.
I chose to add a dusky teal to my colour palette to add depth and balance to the other pretty dusky pastels, I needed it to compliment the duck egg blue so I poured over pantone chips and my favourite teal items from around my home, gathered ribbons, trims before narrowing it down to blue haze. To be 100% sure it was right, I bought paint matched to the pantone chip so I could check it would work perfectly.
The result? Blue Haze is a stylish contemporary take on a heritage Teal blue, which brings with it a feeling of open sea and sky, and looks wonderfully calming with dusky pastel colours or whites. The Blue haze colour is particularly lovely against the natural tone and texture of wood. I love the hint of timelessness in it.