Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Mint Walls

Lately, I have seen many a mint wall and I am really, really liking the look.

Jill Sorensen via marmaladeinteriors.com


Who can name this source?


Phillips deVeer Interiors via houseofturquoise.com

I especially like this pastel jade tone with pink and orchid tones. It's so, so lovely, don't you think? Do any of you have this color on the walls of your home? Do tell me the paint name if so - I'd be curious to know.

5 comments:

  1. Daniela,

    I have BenMoore Spring Mint (2040-70) in my dining room and we love it. This is a west / southwest facing room and based on the time of day / light level the color morphs between a mint green with oh so slight gray undertones <---> swedish gray blue. And it works very well with orange as well as orchid / lavender accents. Really, really, love this color in our home.

    Robin
    happilyhomeafter.blogspot.com

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  2. Anonymous8/17/2011

    Maybe it's the way it's photographing, but this color veers dangerously into dentist office green for me.

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  3. Ben Moore has several mint-turquoise colors: Rhythm and Blues 758,Palladian Blue HC-144,Dolphin's Cove 722,South Beach 2043-50, Cucumber Salad 562, Waterfall 2050-50, Van Alen Green HC-120 Colony Green 294,Woodland White 463--to name a few...delicious!

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  4. So pretty and fresh.

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  5. Anonymous2/10/2014

    Behr has one called pastel Jade that looks just like the last one but slightly lighter that we're considering for our nursery! So prettt

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