The Best Olympic Paint Colors: 10 Moody Blues

The Best Olympic Paint Colors: 10 Moody Blues

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Shifrah Combiths
Aug 17, 2015

Olympic paint is a favorite among eco-conscious consumers and those who wish to avoid chemical exposure or preserve their indoor air quality. Low-VOC and almost odorless, Olympic paint also boasts a Class A Green Seal. All that's left is to choose a color. Here are some moody blues that will leave you feeling everything from energized to serene.

Brilliant Blue by Olympic, above, is boldness in a paint can, conveying strength and most definitely commitment in its assertive hue.

This laundry room, done-over in Aqua Chiffon, exhibits the coolness and tranquility that we associate with so many blues. Playing off the punches of orange, this Olympic color also offers a touch of fun- definitely a welcome addition to any laundry room.

A stormy, barely-blue gray, Distant Thunder elevates a run-of-the-mill bathroom from builder-grade blah to an elegant, understated washroom with a traditional stateliness.

There's nothing barely-there about Smoke Blue, which makes the white wainscoting and dark patent wood floors in this dining room sing. Though blue isn't a typical choice for a dining room (the color is even thought to be an appetite suppressant), we're all open to eschewing the norm around here, right?

(Image credit: Olympic Paint)

For a quintessential spa bathroom, combine whites, textured neutrals, and cool blues like Turquoise Mist. A big, open, breezy window is also a major plus.

(Image credit: Olympic Paint)

Wake up every day in a beachy mood, surrounded by Acapulco Cliffs. A jewel-toned turquoise, this statement color is simultaneously vibrant and soothing.

Kingston Aqua is the powder blue of your dreams and makes this simple kitchen anything but boring.

A shifting-with-the-light, teal-green color, Blue Shamrock offers a soothing and cool backdrop to this bright bedroom.

January Jumpstart contestant VWSmith impressed with this beautifully executed wall stencil that used not one, but two Olympic colors...

...Schooner (dark) and Splish Splash (light), and plenty of skulls. Gorgeous!

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