The Best Coastal Interior Paint Colors
Blue Ground by Farrow & Ball
Powder rooms are plum spots for a punchy wall color; try this spirited shade of turquoise (not too pale, warmer than your average aqua); farrow-ball.com.
White Dove by Benjamin Moore
A hint of gray gives this all-purpose white a layer of warmth that plays nicely with others, especially navy and hot oranges and reds; benjaminmoore.com.
Cool Mint by Benjamin Moore
Here's a soft tropical shade with retro roots—ideal for giving a fresh face (and an air of nostalgia) to kitchens; benjaminmoore.com.
Hale Navy by Benjamin Moore
This true blue is decidedly nautical in studies and kids' bedrooms; benjaminmoore.com.
Light Yellow by Benjamin Moore
This mellow yellow reflects streaming coastal light (rather than absorbing it). Use it to light up entryways or brighten mudrooms; benjaminmoore.com.
All White by Farrow & Ball
Void of other pigments (like blue, which can make white walls feel cold), this white is a crisp can't-miss—super for framing ocean views; farrow-ball.com.
Brush of Pink by Pratt & Lambert
The subtle blush in this shade creates a stunning backdrop for darker pinks and reds—perfect for dressing up seaside dining rooms; prattandlambert.com.
Accessible Beige by Sherwin-Williams
Serene as a stroll through the dunes, this sandy neutral is great for beach house bedrooms and master baths; sherwin-williams.com.