If you’ve been following this blog for any length of time, you’ll already know that my favorite color is blue. And when it comes to shades of blue, I think a good navy is pretty darn perfect in my book. My all-time favorite navy paint is Naval by Sherwin Williams. I’ve used it several times now and it never fails to disappoint.
I’ve rounded up several beautiful spaces that use this stunning navy paint so if you’re inclined to go to the dark side, hopefully these will persuade you!
source: It All Started With Paint
This living room uses Naval on the top portion of the walls paired with crisp white board and batten. Other navy elements are pulled in through the rug and throw pillows to create a beautiful nautical look. So pretty!
Source: Wife in Progress
My eldest son’s room has a Naval accent wall because it was the only place in our house that my husband would agree to navy. I originally wanted to paint our dining room navy but it was nixed. But hey, we got a pretty fun accent wall here instead! I think with the gray paint (Stonington Gray by BM) and the navy and white striped curtains, it looks pretty cool and masculine.
source: On Sutton Place
My love affair with Naval first began after seeing Ann from On Sutton Place’s front door. I instantly went out and purchased a quart of paint and painted my front door too…and then all the shutters on my house. I’ve found that when used on an exterior, the paint is a bit inkier – very true to the color above. And once again, I’m considering this same color for the front door on our new house. It’s just so classy don’t you think?
source: Earnest Home Co.
Navy and crisp white is such a classic look. There’s something so sophisticated and elegant about the contrast between these two colors, and Earnest Home Co. has really nailed it in her foyer. Sheer navy perfection!
source: The Grit & Polish
Naval isn’t just a great paint color for walls and doors but for kitchen cabinets, too. Paired with gold hardware, it’s a navy dream!
source: Home Bunch
source: Little Bits of Home
How about switching it up and painting your ceiling navy? While I don’t suggest doing this in every room of your room, it’s pretty special in a bedroom or even a bathroom. Don’t want to commit to a full ceiling of color? Partially painting the inserts on a tray ceiling brings the room to a whole new level.
source: Home Bunch
Ready to paint your home? Paint it with Naval! Again, keep the trim crisp and white and you won’t go wrong!
source: City Farmhouse
Last but not least, Naval is the perfection color if you’re looking to spiff up a piece of furniture, just like Jen from City Farmhouse did with this dresser. It’s the perfect way to add that navy touch to a space without having to commit to a whole wall of color!
I’m off to figure out where else I can add some navy paint in my home. I’m kinda digging the idea of a navy ceiling, I just need to figure out where it would work!