Rated 3 out of 5 by from pretty but pale I wanted to paint a porch ceiling in a "robin's egg blue" color to mimic the porch ceilings in New Orleans (where some say the painted porch ceilings ward off the "evil eye"). However, I wanted a more subtle version for my DC house, so it wouldn't look too wacky. I ordered a sample pot of Pavillion Blue, and painted myself a big chip, and the color looked perfect, but when the paint was applied to my porch ceiling, it almost disappeared. So I definitely got "subtle," but unless the "evil eye" has better than 20/20 vision, it's unlikely to be warded off! (LOL). Anyhow, it's a very pretty off-white...but not exactly what I was going for.
Date published: 2014-07-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Makes me smile Reminds me of the color of succulents, with a slight variation in tone depending on the light source and time of day, it glows as if it’s alive. Yet, somehow it doesn’t overpower and remains somewhat pale and calming. In my addition which has plenty of natural light and tall ceilings, it appears to look more green than blue & I love it. If I had an open floor plan, I would probably paint almost the whole house this color, but that’s not the case. So, I’m on the search for something else I hope is just as beautiful for the adjacent rooms.
Date published: 2021-07-25
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