Turquoise Blue Paint

My daughter’s father told her she could paint her room in our “new” house any color she wanted. After some deliberation she decided she wanted it to be turquoise. But, she wanted a turquoise blue, not a turquoise green. She had an American Girl book checked out of the library. The back of the book happened to be a turquoise blue color and she liked the shade really well. So, we took the book to the lumber yard and they scanned it and came up with a shade of paint that made my daughter happy.

We have been painting her walls and I think it’s going to turn out really cute. I like it even better than I anticipated. I didn’t think I wouldn’t like it, just like it better than I thought!

A couple of pictures of before and a couple with paint on the walls:






The way the painting’s been so far, the walls in this house must like blue paint! 😉


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  1. 1

    YAY for pictures! And we like the color:) Emma says she likes the woodwork:) And I love the doors! Glad the blue is going on well – makes the room much prettier:)

  2. 3

    Love the blue! It makes the room look so bright and cheery!

    • 4

      I think it is really cheery too. It has two windows and they are good size and I think that makes a difference too. I’m looking forward to seeing my daughter’s stuff in the room! Telling myself to just be patient, cause it’s not going to happen overnight.

  3. 5

    That’s a great color! I have a similar one in my office called Spaqua and a very muted version in my kitchen called Peaceful. I think it’s cheerful and fun!

    And also…bless your heart…painting is a LOT of work!

  4. 7

    It’s so pretty and it really brings out the beauty of the wood trim, too!

    My older girls have an aqua color on their walls…so pretty!


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