Dasha Wright
Photo: Dasha Wright; Stylist: Lynn Nesmith

We’re big fans of this ocean-inspired hue, especially when paired side-by-side with these sunny shades.

By Marisa Spyker
Photo: Lisa Romerein; Stylist: Liz Strong
Courtesy of Pantone

Mediterranean Blue (Pantone 2995 U) and Coral (2024 U)

Want a double dose of hot color in your home? Pair two of our trending shades together. This bright combo brings an island feel to a Bahamas entryway while still remaining welcoming and warm, thanks to a neutral backdrop and natural textures like grasscloth walls and a pair of rattan settees.

Photo: Stephen Devries
Courtesy of Valspar

Valspar Sea Wave and Valspar Ultra White

Spruce up a garden shed or pool house with this easy breezy paint pairing. The playful, ocean-inspired turquoise shade doesn’t go overboard on brightness, so it’s perfect in small doses (like shutters or trim) for even those typically averse to color.

Dasha Wright
Photo: Dasha Wright; Stylist: Lynn Nesmith
Courtesy of Pantone

Aqua (3105 U) and Lime (2297 U)

Talk about eye candy. Blue and green are a natural pair in the outdoors, and these bright, cheerful takes feel equally at home in a beach house. Happy up an all-white palette in a living room with art and throw pillows in coordinating shades. (We also love this color combo on a porch.)

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