Try deep midnight blue tones, and then brighten them up with accents of apple green. This shade of midnight blue is rich and packed with depth, and works well with the neutral tones of the seating and furniture. A shag stool adds a fun textural contrast to the sleek finishes of the chair and sofa.
Midnight blue walls make this dining room feel so elegant and intimate, especially punctuated by golden accents like the starburst chandelier. On the curtains, a small-scale graphic print is a chic surprise.
People often shy away from super dark colors on the walls, worrying that they might be overwhelming. But in a smaller space like a bedroom or dining room, they can actually add intimacy. This room uses a striking midnight blue.
To create this eclectic, dramatic dining room, the designers combined dark colors, warm woods and modern lighting. The simple, country feel of the table and chairs lightens the moodiness of the midnight blue walls.
Midnight blue can be an elegant choice for a unique neutral, adding richness and depth as well as a hint of color. In this media room, pillows in the pretty color are a luxurious accent for the white sectional.
As stately as a night sky, this family room features soaring ceilings and graceful details like an arched window. Gray walls, pops of midnight blue and luxurious fabrics (fur, velvet) add to the serene, inviting mood of the space.
Designer Leanne Ford paints the wall by the head of this bed midnight blue which gives the room a lovely sense of intimacy. Golden light fixtures and wood accents warm up the look, as seen on HGTV's Restored by the Fords.